Client : World Bank
In August 2008, the Kosi River burst its eastern embankment in Nepal and caused heavy floods in Nepal and Bihar in India. To reduce future risks, residents received onsite masonry training to build multi-hazard resilient houses themselves. Women became agents of change and advocated the installation and use of toilets. The involvement of the entire community in the rebuilding process helped develop a sense of common purpose and healing after the disaster.
The World Bank commissioned a series of 9 films to us for showcasing the varied kind of work that they have been doing across India.