The people of Sindh face an onslaught of natural calamities each year, and each year the story is the same. Countless homes are lost, children die or go missing, livestock is decimated. But alongside natural disasters, manmade hazards have also brought about a whole new host of problems that have destroyed the entire ecosystem. As a part of the project Gender and Social Vulnerability to Climate Change: A Study of Disaster Prone Areas in Sindh, this documentary was shot in four districts of Sindh including Thatta, Badin, Dadu and Tharparkar and aims to highlight the effects of climate variability on men, women and children.
The project is part of Climate Change Adaptation, Water and Food Security in Pakistan -- a research initiative of the International Development Research Centre (IDRC), Canada.
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