Connah’s autism made school a daily struggle. When he joined a nurture group he started to make friends and gain confidence in his abilities.
A TV spot for ShelterBox. This mother and child live near Bible Rock in Sri Lanka, and in May their home was destroyed by a landslide
A TV spot for Tearfund. Shot in Chad, in a small village in the Sahel region on the edge of the Sahara.
For three days last November, I lived in a small, remote village in the mountains of Nepal. I was filming a TV commercial. I stayed with an extended family in their home.
Indoor air pollution kills more people than malaria, HIV and TB combined. A TV spot for Practical Action. Shot in Nepal, in a small village in the Himalayas, just under the clouds.
Thank You video for Practical Action. This is the video people would see after making a donation via the television ad about smoke hoods
One of the Nurture Group Network’s founders is their Life President, Marion Bennathan, an eminent child psychologist, advocate of nurture and of disadvantaged children, and friend and colleague of Marjorie Boxall (who came up with and developed the idea of nurture groups as an intervention).