Great set of short films on making WASH inclusive by Epic Arts in Cambodia with WaterAid

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Great set of short films on making WASH inclusive by Epic Arts in Cambodia with WaterAid

Epic Arts and WaterAid have produced some very short films to support the new national guidelines on making WASH inclusive in Cambodia.

A set of 1-3 minute animated films explain how to do accessibility and safety audits, barrier analyses, collect data on disability and how WASH organisations can work in partnership with Disabled Persons organisations. These are to support implementation of the national guidelines.

Another set of films - Count me in - is a series of short and entertaining sketches which really show the impact of non-inclusive WASH. Great for raising awareness in a light hearted way. None of the sketches are more than a few minutes long.

Finally there is a film that explains the process of working together to produce the films. this would be very useful for other WASH organisations wanting to do something similar in other countries.

This blog explains the process and provides links to the films.

www.wateraid.org/news/blogs/2016/july/co...about-inclusive-wash

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Re: Great set of short films on making WASH inclusive by Epic Arts in Cambodia with WaterAid

Dear Louisa,

thanks a lot for sharing these! Really interesting and a wonderful spotlight on an awesome organization (Epic Arts). Not only can these videos make us think about the issue more comprhensively in a really positive way, but at the same time they also serve as great examples of how to produce inclusive awareness materials.

Thanks again!
Alex
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