Documentary film analyzing the projects aimed at providing primary education to the poorest and most isolated rural areas in Honduras. With a team of five people, Pedro Arizti and Fernando Casado travelled to those areas in one of the poorest countries in the Americas to evaluate its primary education systems.
The documentary tells the experience of programs like PROHECO, an initiative that creates parental cooperation in order to manage the school and ensure the attendance of teachers.
Produced by: World Bank
Director: Fernando Casado Cañeque and Pedro Arizti
Music: Dafnis Pietro
Design & visual effects: Elizabeth Daggar and Electrofork
Audio: Kevin O’Connor and Electrofork
Narrated by: Sinead Lonergan.