Short Film on The Psycho Social Impact of Absenteeism in Young Children

Short Film on The Psycho Social Impact of Absenteeism in Young Children

Poverty is one of the major factor behind school drop out in Nepal. This video creates awareness about important of education to the children. This video also describe the psycho-social impact to the children if they don’t enrol to the school education. The video was developed by members of the Child Club from Janapriya Secondary Schools, Bhusal Danda Secondary School, Mohan Kanya Secondary School (Palpa district) in Nepal after their attendance of a mobile film making training provided by MAP partner HRFC.

 

Short Film on Untouchables – Mohankanya, Bhusalda and Janapriya Secondary Schools

Short Film on Untouchables – Mohankanya, Bhusalda and Janapriya Secondary Schools

Members of three Child Clubs from Mohankanya, Bhulsalda, and Janapriya Secondary Schools (Palpa district, Nepal) raise awareness about the challenges of the ‘untouchables’ (low caste) in Nepal and the need to change perceptions and attitudes within society. This video was produced after the students attended MAP Nepal’s mobile film-making workshop.

 

Short Film on Worship During Menstruation – Janajyoti Secondary School

Short Film on Worship During Menstruation – Janajyoti Secondary School

Menstruation is treated as something impure and dirty in Nepal. Girls and women are alienated during this time and face harmful social restrictions. The video seeks to create awareness about the current situation and the need to stop harmful traditional practices. The video was developed by members of the Child Club from Janapriya Secondary Schools (Makwanpur district) in Nepal after their attendance of a mobile film-making training provided by MAP partner HRFC.

 

Drawing Workshops

Drawing Workshops

Mobile Arts for Peace was implemented from April 2021 – March 2022 in Nepal with 7 school of Palpa, Kanchanur and Makwanpur districts. During the project, child club members of working school identified different issues young people face. Major issues were child marriage, cast discrimination, human trafficking, drug abuse, gender based violence, and menstruation. They have also identified different art forms as communication tools to communicate with stakeholders. Drawing/Painting is one art forms they have used during the project period. Below are the drawings made by child club members on different issues.

Deuda Song on Human Trafficking – Janajyoti Secondary School

Deuda Song on Human Trafficking – Janajyoti Secondary School

Human trafficking for sexual exploitation in Nepal is growing due to extreme poverty (partly resulting from the earthquake in 2015), illiteracy, unemployment, poor law enforcement. Trafficking mainly affects girls and young women who are forced to ‘work’. Here is a video produced by Janjyoti Secondary School to raise awareness about this issue through the use of the local art Deuda.

 

Short Film on Menstruation – Janajyoti Secondary School

Short Film on Menstruation – Janajyoti Secondary School

Menstruation is treated as something impure and dirty in Nepal. Girls and women are alienated during this time and face harmful social restrictions. The video seeks to create awareness about the current situation and the need to stop harmful traditional practices. The video was developed by members of the Child Club from Janapriya Secondary Schools (Makwanpur district) in Nepal after their attendance of a mobile film-making training provided by MAP partner HRFC.