1000 Day Journey is a six-year initiative to support women and children’s health in very poor communities in four African and Asian countries. The work is led by World Vision, with funding from the Government of Canada. It’s all part of Canada’s contribution to ending preventable child deaths by 2030.
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Pressure Baby documents the emotional journey of Zin, a young woman living in one of the most remote communities in Myanmar. This intimate film grants viewers a glimpse into the life of a mother, wife and daughter whose story seems so unique, but is sadly an all-too-common reality for many women worldwide. It’s a story of the realities of development and evolving family dynamics, which can make a life-or-death difference in the health and futures of communities everywhere.
The Making of Pressure Baby
See behind the scenes footage and listen to interviews with the videographers, cinematographers, writers and
producers who travelled to Myanmar capture the story of Zin and her family.
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The program is operating communities in four countries. Learn more about each country and community: