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For a deeper understanding of UNFPA's work, we invite you to review the following videos and mutimedia productions that were produced by UNFPA and collaborators. Feel free to share them with others.

Production from   2006 | 2005 | 2004


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Title: Pakistan Earthquake Survivors Get Medical Help
Duration: 3:20mins
Production:

Chaim Litewski for UNTV, 2005

Contact: Christian Delsol
People in northern Pakistan are still suffering from the after effects of the earthquake that ripped the area apart claiming thousands of deaths and countless injuries. Those injured are currently occupying the overcrowded Muzaffarabad Abbas Hospital. The United Nations Population Fund, UNFPA, has provided 100 tents to be used as temporary medical facilities until the main Mansehra District Hospital is repaired. In the meantime, the World Health Organization, WHO, is carrying out a massive vaccination campaign and distributing clean water to families.

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Title: European Parliamentarians Visit to the Tsunami Affected Areas in Sri Lanka
Duration: 12 mins
Production:

UNFPA 2005

Contact: Harumi Kodama
UNFPA believes that partnership with parliamentarians is vital to build support for the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) Programme of Action and the Millenium Development Goals (MDGs). Because parliamentarians act as the bridge between the people and their government, they are instrumental in advocating for the rights and needs of the people. On 1 August 2005, an all-woman team of European Parliamentarians went to Sri Lanka to discover first hand how the country was coping with the impact of the disaster. More...

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Title: Equipping Police to Address Domestic Violence in Honduras
Duration: 5:02min
Production:

Michele Zaccheo for UNTV, 2005

Contact: Christian Delsol
UNFPA is working extensively with uniformed forces throughout Latin America to change attitudes about gender. This video documents a programme in Honduras that is enlisting police officers in a broad-based struggle to address domestic violence.

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Title: UNFPA in Romania
Building a Better Future Today
Duration: 8:57min
Production:

UNFPA 2005

Contact: Alvaro Serrano
Poverty, a declining and ageing population, and providing quality reproductive health services to underserved groups are among the issues facing Romania as it moves toward joining the European Union. This video explores how the UNFPA country programme is addressing these issues, in partnership with the Youth for Youth Foundation and many other partners.

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Title: The Sky is the Limit – Sierra Leone
Duration: 5:06min
Production:

‘Snapshots of Change' – TVE & Women Broadcasting for Change series 2005*

Contact: Christian Delsol

During Sierra Leone's recent civil war, Fatima Kainessie was captured by rebels and used for sex. She escaped to a displaced persons camp, where she was educated and used this knowledge to educate others. Today, she promotes education as the country's route out of conflict and poverty.


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Title: Honour and Work – Jordan
Duration: 5:00min
Production:

‘Snapshots of Change' – TVE & Women Broadcasting for Change series 2005*

Contact: Christian Delsol

Whilst women in Jordan have the right to vote, work, study, go outside their homes and drive vehicles, they are still victim to “honour killings” – i.e. murdered for behaving in a way deemed inappropriate for their gender – and are belittled and shamed if they choose to take menial jobs. Kulud is possibly the first woman in Jordan to overcome cultural opposition and work as a butcher in order to able to financially support her mother and brother.


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Title:

Positive Results – Kenya

Duration: 4:58min
Production:

‘Snapshots of Change' – TVE & Women Broadcasting for Change series 2005*

Contact: Christian Delsol

Forty percent of couples from Jane's district in Kenya discover that one of them has contracted HIV. For Jane, it was her husband, whom she had encouraged to be tested, and rather than giving in to fear and mistrust, Jane has worked hard to support her husband's health and care for the rest of her family.


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Title:

The Power and the Fury - Spain

Duration: 5:06min
Production:

‘Snapshots of Change' – TVE & Women Broadcasting for Change series 2005*

Contact: Christian Delsol

Victims are often the focus of research into domestic violence, but as such cases rise rapidly in Spain – a 20% increase in complaints this year – this film examines the motivations and viewpoints of the perpetrators.


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Title:

Equal in the Eyes of the Law – Sweden

Duration: 5:01min
Production:

‘Snapshots of Change' – TVE & Women Broadcasting for Change series 2005*

Contact: Christian Delsol
Joanna would not encourage women in Sweden to go to court if they have been raped, because of the court's bias towards supporting men. As 90 percent of her court hearing focused on her own behaviour and personal background, it becomes clear why only 2 out of 10 rape cases are estimated to be reported in the country.

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Title:

AIDS: I do not hide – China

Duration: 5:18min
Production:

‘Snapshots of Change' – TVE & Women Broadcasting for Change series 2005*

Contact: Christian Delsol

Kofi Annan recognises her achievements and courage, as do many people throughout China. Shuqing Xia, who contracted HIV in the early 1990s, has worked to support AIDS sufferers and calls for respect, compassion and understanding from society – not fear and hostility.


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Title:

Stopping the Traffic – Nepal

Duration: 5:07min
Production:

‘Snapshots of Change' – TVE & Women Broadcasting for Change series 2005*

Contact: Christian Delsol

Government and non-government attempts, to stop the 12 thousand women and girls trafficked from Nepal to India each year, have been largely non-effective. However, one rescued group of trafficked women have ignored hostility from their homeland and set up an agency to prevent more women from being forced into prostitution.


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Title:

Mending Broken Pieces – Jamaica

Duration: 4:37min
Production:

‘Snapshots of Change' – TVE & Women Broadcasting for Change series 2005*

Contact: Christian Delsol

In Jamaica, 12 percent of 15 to 19 year olds have had two or three pregnancies, have consequently been banned from attending school and face poor future prospects. The Women's Centre of the Jamaica Foundation has established their own school to help pregnant teens and new young mothers to pursue career goals and take good care of their children.


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Title: RHIYA in Lao
Duration: 5:41min
Production: UNFPA, 2005
Contact: Christian Delsol

In Phonton, in southern Lao one third of the 350 residents are between ages 10 and 24. Most girls marry young, and women have many pregnancies. To support adolescent RHIYA supports a local NGO to train peer educators to counsel others about gender equality and healthy behaviour. RHIYA supports young people in the capital of Laos with special projects at the Vientiane Youth Centre for Health and Development. Here young Laotians get the information they need about healthy lifestyles and how to avoid risky behaviour. There are also taught life skills, reproductive health, and some are trained to educate and counsel their peers.

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Title: Lao Country Programme
Duration: 4min
Production: UNFPA, 2005
Contact: Christian Delsol

Laos is a landlocked country in South East Asia where more than 60% of the population is under the age of 25. Many of these young people live in rural areas where unwanted pregnancies – and complications in childbirth – are common.

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Title: Lao Mobile Clinic
Duration: 3min
Production: UNFPA, 2005
Contact: Christian Delsol

While 80% of Lao people live in rural areas, Ma Houay Kout village is in a particularly remote area in Attapeu Province in southern laos. Once every three months, a six person team will spend two days in each village and provide a range of reproductive and child health services and information. As a result, women in these villages have the knowledge and the means to plan their families, and protect their health.

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Title: Women’s Health in Aceh’s Camps
Duration: 3:04min
Production: Michele Zaccheo for UNTV, 2005
Contact: Christian Delsol

Over 400,000 people in the Aceh Province of Indonesia were left homeless by the December 2004 tsunami. Thousands are attempting to maintain the rhythms of normal life amid the chaos of overcrowded, makeshift camps. UNFPA and Islamic relief groups are helping by providing hygiene kits, including head scarves and sanitary napkins, as well as contraceptives and other essential reproductive health supplies.

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Title: Timor Leste Counts its Future
Duration: 3:37min
Production: Richard Sydenham for UNTV, 2005
Contact: Christian Delsol

Population data are essential to development planning -- to determining how many services are needed and where, and what the future needs will be. But in rugged terrain, with no street names, addresses or zip codes, counting people accurately can be a challenge. UNFPA in 2004 helped Timor-Leste organize its first national census and pioneered the use of Global Positioning System receivers to pinpoint the exact coordinates of each home.

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Title: "Fistula Fortnight" in Nigeria
Duration: 5min
Production: Richard Stanley for UNFPA, 2005
Contact: Christian Delsol

In this 5-minute clip, filmmaker Richard Stanley documents the "Fistula Fortnight", a massive treatment and training project that took place in northern Nigeria in February 2005.

*The Snapshots of Change series is available on Beta and VHS tapes and DVD compilation from TVE for non-broadcast use. Contact TVE's Distribution Department .

Snapshots of Change was made possible with the help of: The Sigrid Rausing Trust, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), UNIFEM, Global Opportunities Fund-FCO and The British Council.

First initiated by TVE in 1995 to highlight the Beijing Fourth World Conference on Women, the Broadcasting for Change Network consists of broadcasters and film-makers from over 40 countries who have joined forces, and pooled resources, on five multi-media collaborative projects over the last ten years, designed to highlight progress on women's rights and gender equality worldwide.

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