Documentaries

Documentary 'Headline'

This documentary speaks to the larger media community, and more specifically to media manager, senior journalists and editors, in Pakistan to build their knowledge on population and family planning issues and also highlight reasons why this remains an underreported subject.

A sensitisation tool on population and family planning issues for media persons in Pakistan.

Documentary 'Call to Life'

The documentary is based on the intervention that engaged muslim scholars across Pakistan for promoting mother and child health. It gives a detailed insight into the entire activity in approximately 13 minutes. It comprises brief statements by Muslim scholars, representing different Islamic sects, on the issue of mother and child health and success of the intervention.

The documentary comes as very convincing that may as well be regarded as a ray of hope.

Documentary 'Mohabbatein' (Love Story)

Center, with funding from the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, develop this 10-minute documentary focusing on factors leading to poor maternal health. It presents compelling information in a dramatic way, linking the timeless love story of the Mughal Emperor Shahjahan, who lost his wife Mumtaz Mahal while she delivered her 14th child, and issues of maternal and newborn health in Pakistan today.

A 10-minute documentary focusing on factors leading to poor maternal health

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