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Sundarbans Documentary Film and Photo Voice Make Media Splash

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Sundarbans Documentary Film and Photo Voice Make Media Splash

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Two recent outputs from the Indian Institute of Health Management Research (IIHMR) University, a partner in the UK Department for International Development funded Future Health Systems (FHS) research consortium, have created a splash in the Indian media.

The documentary film ‘How Healthy are the Children of the Indian Sundarbans?’, which documents the critical problems faced by the children of the Sundarbans, and the booklet titled ‘Social Determinants of Health: A Photo Voice Exploration from the Indian Sundarbans’ were both launched on May 29th, 2015 at an event at the Kolkata Press Club.

You can see the press coverage here:

'A study in photos of Sundarbans health ills', May 31, 2015, The Hindu

'Sunderbans women turn lens on island life', June 9, 2015, The Times of India

'Sundarbans women use cameras to showcase plight', May 30, 2015, The Statesman