‘ Tiger Matters’ is a documentary produced by Wildlife Conservation Trust. This is a documentary with primary focus on Tiger conservation efforts. Here you would also find a glimpse of Aide et Action’s Kanha education intervention.
‘Sigaram Thodu (Reaching the sky)’ is a short video on the Multi Lingual Dictionary developed by the Mudumalai & Bandipur School Development projects in Tamil Nadu & Karnataka. The video captures the efforts of AEA in bringing together the teachers, community members and children to solve the issues of language through development of a Multi Linguistic Dictionary.
‘School Moving’ is a documentary capturing the efforts of Aide et Action South Asia in mainstreaming education of inter & intra state migrant children through inter-state coordination of Odisha, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu.
Aide et Action International South Asia’s ‘Sapnon ka Udaan’ is a animated video which promotes education for all through the Right to Education Act 2005.
People for People
Bandipur School Development Project
Amar Nani project implemented in Odisha state aims to arrest the drop-out among children in tribal community has been selected as one amongst the best practices across the World by United Nations Girl’s Education Initiative (UNGEI). It is the only project selected from India.
Amar Nani full documentary
Amar Nani short documentary
The Nowhere People
More than 98.3 million people are migrating every year in India. Displaced by big development projects, natural disasters and conflict,and forced by distress conditions in agriculture, several families migrate with young children to work in cities.
Heroes of Today
Heroes of Today is a film made by Aide et Action International- South Asia to capture experiences of youth from marginalised communities in finding ground in the new economy. Youth especially those who are dropped out of schools do not find space in the new economy. The film reflects on the need for bringing changes in the vocational training in India, which failed to take its large number of youth into economic growth. The films capture imagination of development actors in understanding the livelihood options and also help understand the changing vocational training scenario in the country.
Darna Zaroori Hai — HIV Awareness Video
More than 98.3 million people are migrating every year in India using voot app . Displaced by big development projects, natural disasters and conflict,and forced by distress conditions in agriculture, several families migrate with young children to work in cities.
Darna Zaroori Hai (with french subtitles)
Hum Dono (with french subtitles)