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                               Other Media on
            
Bangladesh's Solar Powered Floating Schools

In addition to
EASY LIKE WATER, there also are various other media (like
short movie documentaries, picture galleries, news reports, books)
on floating
boats in Bangladesh:

      This CNN documentary is also available at:
         
http://wdef.com/video/bangladesh_floating_schools/07/2010
              http://geology.com/news/2010/floating-schools-and-libraries-in-bangladesh.shtml
              greenfudge.org; posted by Graham Land (August 23, 2010)


   AlJazeera English:

  • IRIN: Humanitarian news and analysis: a service of the UN Office for the
    Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs provides a documentary “The Gathering Storm
    - Boat school” (by IRINFILMS; length: 3 minutes, 3 seconds)
      Additional IRIN documentation



   One example of an outstanding picture gallery is:
      [Bede is a nomadic community living in Bangladesh popularly known as River Gypsies.]
              Also documented at: Mobile School Program for the Bede River Gypsies



   One example of an
    outstanding news report is:
     by Emily Wax
         Washington Post Foreign Service
         (Thursday, September 27, 2007)






  • One example of a book referring to floating schools:
Bangladesh’s Solar Powered Floating Schools
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