The concept for "Alive in" began in 2005 with the groundbreaking Alive in Baghdad project that offered the international community a unique and personal look into the lives of Iraqis, produced by Iraqis themselves. After a number of iterations, the Alive in concept took a hiatus. Now, with the launch of Alive in Afghanistan, we are looking to reinvigorate this work, that is still much needed.
Alive in Afghanistan focuses on covering the people of Afghanistan in provinces that have so have been out of media attention so far. AiA aims to bring the voices of local Afghan from the most isolated areas within the country to the international spectrum, that is our passion, objective, short and long term goal.
It is to make people throughout the world understand the culture of an Afghanistan that has always thought differently than those who live in urban areas. If we know what they are thinking and their way of life, we may in the near or far future be able to find a viable solution that will work for all Afghans.
Alive-in and Alive in Afghanistan are projects of Fasila.
Fasila combines a full service content production team and a network of trainers with decades of experience teaching the elements of story. Telling stories is intrinsic to everything humanity does. At Fasila we believe the capacity to tell a good story is a precursor to social change. But we know many people aren’t certain how to tell stories that are effective at achieving their goals. Whether you are looking for someone to teach you or your team how to tell stories, or have a story that just needs the right touch to be brought to life, let Fasila show you how.