Young girls were trained to use film, photography, and radio to tell their stories of the lack of proper toilets in their communities. The young girls created a beautiful body of photography documenting their everyday lives, and a radio show in which they bravely recount the violence they suffer at home at the hands of their families. They also made a film that addresses a critical issue of toilets; in their communities, up to 700 families share only 20 toilets. The film creatively shows that how not having a toilet can have a major impact on women’s lives, particularly young girls.
Flash back of Apna Haq Media is a powerful tool.
Photography training provided to young girls provided them an opportunity to tell their story.