Using Collaborative Filmmaking in Public Health Research: A Pilot Study of Menstrual Practices in Far-West Nepal

In collaboration with Department of Behavioural and Community Health Sciences (BCHS) of the Graduate School of Public Health at the University of Pittsburgh, USAconducted a collaborative film-making research with adolescent girls in Far West-Nepal. The said girls were taught how to make films and equipped with cameras so that they could document their daily lives when menstruating and when not. This type of qualitative research is a path-breaking methodology even at a global level. 

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