In celebration of World World Water Day 2009, more than 20,000 children in 19 states in 150 locations in India viewed the documentary 1H2O, a film that explores the ever-changing relationship between human beings and water as we face a world water crisis of proportions we have never before seen. These children are part of Pratham, a citizens’ group in India that works with communities across the country to ensure every child is in school and learning well.

This map shows where many of the screenings took place with photos and data collected from the children who watched it in their schools and communities.

This joint effort was done by Pratham and ASER Centre in India and the Knight Center for International Media at the School of Communication, University of Miami, in collaboration with ITVS International, in the United States


View 1H2O Screenings, India in a larger map