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World Health Organization (WHO) published this video item, entitled “Environmental health – Cefalea – 2021 STUDENT PRIZE of WHO’s Health for All Film Festival” – below is their description.
“Cefalea” tells the true story of Sapna, a 10-year-old girl living below the poverty line in North-West India who suffers from leukemia. This short film obtained in 2021 the Student Prize in the 2nd edition of the Health for All Film Festival by the World Health Organisation. It’s a film directed by Kim Hyejin (Republic of Korea).
Elira lives with her father and grandmother in a small village close to the Patos-Marinza oil field in Albania. Since her mother passed away, she has experienced various physical symptoms including a chronic headache.
More info: www.who.int/film-festivalWorld Health Organization (WHO) YouTube Channel
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