A Video After Nepal Visit by UNICEF
STORY: NEPAL / SELENA GOMEZ
SOURCE: U.S. FUND FOR UNICEF
20-23 MAY 2014, SOUTH-WEST AND WESTERN NEPAL
1. Various shot, Selena greeting children at school
2. Med shot, Selena laughs as toy blocks fall
3. Various shot, Selena performing traditional dance
4. Med shot, Selena saying hi to baby
5. Various shots, girl teaching about the importance of hand washing
6. Med shot, girl showing how to clean baby
7. Close up, Selena watching
8. Various shots, Selena learning about water and sanitation
9. Med shot, Selena dancing
10. Med shot, girls pacing head piece on Selena
11. Various shots, Selena dancing with headpiece on
12. Pan left, girl saying “few homes have toilets”
13. Various shots, Selena washing her hands with girl
14. Wide shot, Selena walking through village
15. Med shot, sound up Selena says “thank you for having us”
16. Med shot, Selena being shown a toilet
17. Various shots, Selena taking “selfies” with children
18. Med shot, Selena listening to teacher
19. Wide shot, Selena yelling “yea” with children
Actress, multi-platinum recording artist and UNICEF Ambassador Selena Gomez just returned from a visit to Nepal, where she saw firsthand the impact of UNICEF’s programs that help children survive and develop.
During her trip, Gomez visited the child-friendly Satbariya Rapti Secondary School where she joined students as they performed traditional dances of the Tharu community.
She met UNICEF-supported female community health volunteers in Gangaparaspur Village and learned about their efforts to reduce illness and death among children and mothers.
In Dokrena/Khaira Village, Gomez interacted with youth and came to learn how they act as change-agents in their communities, spreading the message about the importance of sanitation facilities and hygiene. Gomez saw these adolescents perform a skit about sanitation and practiced proper hand-washing techniques with them.
In the village of Kohalpur, Gomez met with young people who had been recruited into the armed conflict that ended eight years ago and learned how they reintegrated back into their families and society.
Selena Gomez is a recording artist, actress and designer. A UNICEF Ambassador since 2009, this was Gomez’s third trip on behalf of UNICEF. She previously visited Ghana and Chile.