Humanitarian Bazaar | Education: 1001 Nights
Humanitarian Bazaar produces projects focused on how peope survive war and disaster.
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In summer 2016, Impassion-Afghanistan, in cooperation with Big Bad Boo Productions and Afghanistan’s leading television and radio stations, launched the animated children’s adaptation of 1001 Nights as an education and entertainment series. Each episode tells a different story which promotes peace and civic cooperation. Impassion then contracted Humanitarian Bazaar to run an evaluation of children’s experiences with the show in Kabul, Herat, Kandahar, Jalalabad, and Mazar-e-Sharif.