An eight-minute film about immunisation in Bangladesh by 11-year-old Saleha Akhter. Saleha is a BRAC advocate for immunisation and was, in 2001, one of the first children in Bangladesh to be immunised with support from the GAVI Alliance, a global health partnership which supports developing countries to vaccinate children against preventable diseases.
During the course of the film, Saleha interviews everyone involved in Bangladesh's remarkable success over the last decade to reach children with vaccines including a health workers, a mother, BRAC's Faruque Ahmed, the Minister of Health and even the Prime Minister.
Produced by Dan Thomas
Directed by Abid Mallick (Lazy Clown Productions)