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The links and interactions between sectors – the environment, development, global health, security, demography – are sometimes better shown than described. ECSP’s series of short films, beginning with the award-winning Healthy People, Healthy Environment: Integrated Development in Tanzania, shows population, health, and environment (PHE) programs in action.
“We need dynamic approaches. We can’t just keep going with the single sector approach and hoping that, say a conservation project, will do really more than it’s intended to do,” said Multimedia Editor and the film’s Executive Producer Sean Peoples in an interview with the Wilson Center’s Dialogue program.
“The challenge is trying to share that ‘A-ha!’ moment with people who aren’t familiar with the work and aren’t familiar with the area,” said Director of Photography and Editor Michael T. Miller.
The second film in the series focuses on Nepal and the third, forthcoming, will be set in Ethiopia.
Photo Credits: “Environment,” courtesy of Pasqual Gorriz/UN Photo; “Security,” courtesy of Spc. Ken Scar/U.S. Army; “Health,” courtesy of Kibae Park/UN Photo; “Development,” courtesy of Kibae Park/UN Photo; “Population,” courtesy of theEnvironmentalBlog.org. Short Films: Sean Peoples and Michael Miller/Wilson Center. Designer: Schuyler Null.