28 May Instagram Update

"When I grow up, I want to be a doctor." Brishti showed us the ropes around her home as we filmed what her day looked like. By the end, she was calling the shots and saying, "and, and, and...

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19 May Instagram Update

Take a ride with us. See what the start of a 13 hour ferry ride looks like in Bangladesh. Fun fact: Bangladesh is smaller than the size of Iowa with half the population of the U.S....

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19 May Instagram Update

Early child marriage is illegal in Bangladesh yet it still happens today. This issue is complex. From lack of awareness, to poverty, to cultural practices, to protection from sexual abuse, girls are forced into early marriage as young as the age of 11. Filming this staged wedding was sobering but...

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18 May Instagram Update

This mother receives support from @compassion child survival programme giving her children hope for a brighter future. This kind of support is desperately needed across much of Mexico. #prospectarts...

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15 May Instagram Update

Jeff has an entourage of curious friends wherever he films in Bangladesh. We ported in Dhaka after our 13 hour ferry ride. Last day of filming before our flight back home....

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15 May Instagram Update

Over the course of 10 days, our scenes have turned from cities to rivers to communities to rice fields and to brick factories. At each turn, you see young boys and girls working in each sector. This brick factory has been operating for 6 years on the coast of Bangladesh....

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13 May Instagram Update

Brivisty and Abanna take cover under the canopy as rain surrounds their home and community in Bangladesh. 26 hour journey to Bangladesh, 12 hour ferry, 3 hour car ride and 2 river crossings to get to this community. It was worth it....

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10 May Instagram Update

As the only foreigners in the port, we made our way thru an unexpected venture. We were greeted with dozens of colorful ferries, vendors fighting for attention, variations of assaulting smells, black water filled with pollution, festive music blasting thru the speakers and wonder-filled onlookers. This was just the beginning...

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