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Language(s): Nepaliali subtitles Eng

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A young woman tells her story about working for a community radio, and how Madan, a blind friend, taught her to find satisfaction in her work.

This is one of fourteen stories in the DVD Narratives for the Future. Digital stories about the Millennium Development Goals", which were produced by members of rural and marginalised communities in Sri Lanka, India, Nepal and Bangladesh who participated in eight digital story telling workshops supported by UNESCO International Programme for Development of Communication (IPDC).

on this subject: IPDC

Place/Country: Nepal
Series: Narratives for the Future
Type: Video report
Credits: Binita Shretstha, director. UNESCO New Delhi, producer.
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Library catalogue (UNESDOC): 149044
Rights/Droits: UNESCO; Creative Commons

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