The story of the building of a school in the Punjab by the M.H. Sufi Foundation.
This film explores how the M.H. Sufi Foundation in Hafizabad, Punjab, built a school with support from Association Development of Pakistan.
The film interviews Mr M. H. Sufi, the school founder, on how they have gone from a small building with few rooms and facilities to expansion and building a school that now educates approximately 400 students up to grade 6. Contributors to the film include the students, parents, staff and the school caretaker, all describing the benefits the school has brought to the community and how the children respond to their new school both in terms of learning and play.
Director and Editor: Ozair Rao
Special Thanks to: Paradox Studio
As nation-states grapple with generation-defining issues from the Covid-19 pandemic to the climate crisis, what role does civil society play in addressing the issues of our time?