Ielts preparationg and practice rading and writing part 9

The IELTS General Training Reading test takes 60 minutes. It is divided into three sections. Section 1 has short texts which come from advertisements, timetables, instruction manuals and the 2 has longer texts (usually two texts of about 500 words each) which give information and advice about education and training. | D FHI originally began the program to help children separated from their families at Mugunga camp near Goma in eastern Zaire one month after more than a million Rwandan refugees flooded into Goma in July 1994 fleeing victorious troops of the Rwandan Patriotic Front. E An estimated 95 000 children were separated from their families during the war. Nearly half of them were inside Rwanda and the rest were in refugee camps in Zaire Tanzania Burundi and Uganda which together hold more than million refugees. F At the outset of the refugee influx into Goma conditions in the camps were appalling. Thousands of refugees were dying every day of cholera dysentery and other diseases. Youngsters were being picked up beside bodies lying along the roads. Starving parents were abandoning their children or sending them to centres for unaccompanied minors in the camps. G Rachel Poulton an FHI spokesperson in Gitarama said that during a visit to a tent for separated children a 5-year-old girl followed her and asked for help. She said her parents were dead. The girl kept glancing over her shoulder at a woman who Poulton subsequently discovered was her mother. The woman later told Poulton she could no longer feed her daughter. H Poulton said that over a four-day period 184 children arrived at the tent and 16 others were brought by elders. There were also a lot of people page 12 fostering mostly grandmothers and aunts. And there were sibling groups she said. She said that a system was developed whereby FHI supported groups of unaccompanied children. I The challenge was to support these children in the community rather than in institutions. This shows another way of caring Poulton said. She said that it was preferable for children to grow up in a family setting rather than in orphanages. J Myra Adamson a 63-year-old nurse born in South Africa to American missionary parents works with care givers and foster parents living in bombed-out houses in Kigali. These separated children in the

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