VOA常速(翻译+字幕+讲解):委内瑞拉女性绝育难如上青天
日期:2018-10-11 04:00

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Dubraska has been sitting down outside this ambulatory care center for hours, waiting to see if there is a vaccine her 11 month-old baby needs is available here.
I’m looking for the pentavalent and polio vaccines. I haven’t found it anywhere. Let’s see if they have it here,
The 22-year-old makes daily searches to find medicine for her baby. Her situation is common for many mothers and young woman in Venezuela. And it’s one reason many are considering sterilizations.
Thinking in our situation and considering to the obligation, because bringing another baby into this world in these circumstances is not fair.
In the maternity center in Caracas, Lilisbeth expects to be treated for a medical condition before her due date. This is the second hospital she visited that day.
I’m thinking about sterilization if I end up having the baby through c-section or a natural birth. I’m considering it.

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Even though Venezuela has a free health system, expectant mothers must bring their own supplies to their hospitals including things like syringes and catheters.
We don’t have money to support our children. We don’t even have the money to support ourselves, let alone pay for a tubal ligation.
And find them the medicine they need is almost impossible.
The medicines that were prescribed for my cesarean operation, I can’t find them, I can’t find anything. And I have to buy them. If I don’t, I’m going to rot inside.
Problems continue after the baby’s born. Formula cost around 9 dollars, 15 days of minimum wage and a pack of diapers takes the equivalent of four days of pay.
Milk and diapers are almost non-existent and if you find them they’re really expensive.
The price of contraceptives is also rising. 3 condoms cost Venezuelans 2 days of work at the minimum wage.
You can’t place an intrauterine device because it costs a lot of money.
This year, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro approved given each pregnant woman 6 dollars a month in assistance.
We’re going to protect all pregnant women.
The Pan American Health Organization rated Venezuela as the country with the highest algorithm pregnancy rate in South America, with a total of 80 unwanted pregnancies for every 1000 women.
For Adriana Nunez Rascal in Caracas Venezuela; Christina Caicedo Smith VOA News.

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重点解析

Dubraska has been sitting down outside this ambulatory care center for hours, waiting to see if there is a vaccine her 11 month-old baby needs is available here.

sit down 坐下,坐着

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They should sit down to talk out their differences.
他们应该坐下来通过商谈来消除他们之间的分歧H|N4B76X[xbF)IrS

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wait to do sth 等待做某事

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We cannot wait to be rescued.
我们不能等待被营救sjo[IL2RHnnU0+%]

参考翻译

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杜布拉斯卡坐在这回廊外已经有数小时之久了,她一直在苦等,想看看这里是否能给自己11个月大的孩子打上疫苗ivG!bUqB-lsA_nbmkqf
我想要的是五价疫苗和脊髓灰质炎疫苗,其他地方都没找到过,所以来这儿寻觅出路NUuJUQ86&;0+QfO
22岁的她每天都为孩子寻药E|yZt28~F2。她的境遇是委内瑞拉很多妈妈和年轻女子都经历过的UCXzIc2qi0-Jh7ABC~。这也是很多人考虑绝育的原因之一A2(Ks,LM*Ji%)#F_PZ-e
考虑到我们的境况,也考虑到肩上的责任,才不得以选择绝育,因为将孩子带到这样的环境里是不公平的G-wQ9h^sH]5t
在加拉加斯的妇产科中心,莉里斯贝丝大概会在预测长期之前接受治疗]^Bw9P1[7-_uu7BuIN9-。这是她那天去的第二家医院了4KrU1uN@Et2boj~_GO[
如果我要通过剖腹产或者自然分娩的方式来生孩子的话,那我会考虑绝育_HRFgjSE3-F5RhJ)dkYJ。我现在就正在考虑0G7(surztTT
虽然委内瑞拉的医疗体系是免费的,但孕妇必须自带用品带到医院,比如注射器和导管LCX2,]fB|@8%8y1
我们养不起孩子,我们甚至没钱养活自己,更别说做结扎了]FXV=Z5SL4ctOC;=2b
为他们找到所需的药物更是难如上青天7qu|eL[-)xPn
我做剖腹产手术后开了药,但是这种药我根本就找不到,我什么药都找不到r.kI%2tb_dH2uAA。但我还是不得不重新买|J#UKB3~qz-;,[@。因为如果我不买,我体内就会腐烂#(C]tUd,BN4|r(
孩子出生后,问题依然存在!V9s|UEH6_K)1r|D!。配方大概要花9美元,这是15天的最低工资kcX[bJgD#RD#,.%U。而纸尿布的价格是4天的工资vZm_Fge.=WNPlhs)A
牛奶和纸尿布基本没得卖,就算有得卖,也是天价o%H6yU!S~8*@F&~XOa]
避孕药的价格也在上涨b+ZHNW=IP|_Yia.a。3个安全套的钱就相当于2天的最低工资!fv)JBh_E~rQOJ;|9l~
也放不起宫内节育器,要花很多钱6h-pkI@+MXhM68owW,
今年,委内瑞拉总统尼古拉斯·马杜罗批准给每位孕妇一个月援助6美元#f4#+)jk;^[xsLT!u4V
我们会保护所有孕妇oWCAA08&p,C
泛美卫生组织通过算法计算,将委内瑞拉评为南美洲国家里受孕率最高的国家,每1000名女性中就有80人意外怀孕k,W9VzOXQ]Aq,b)#;e
本则新闻由我台驻委内瑞拉加拉加斯记者阿德里安娜·努涅斯·拉萨尔采访、克莉丝汀·卡迪多·史密斯播报I_3%iG.ghh~

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