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The Wonderful Story of Aisha, Ali & Flipflopi the Multicoloured Dhow Boat

The Wonderful Story of Aisha, Ali & Flipflopi the Multicoloured Dhow Boat
The Wonderful Story of Aisha, Ali & Flipflopi the Multicoloured Dhow Boat

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Year

2021

Duration

4 minutes

Genres

Short Films

Language

English (English subtitles)


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Aisha and Ali are siblings who live near the ocean and join their father on regular fishing trips. However, over the years, they notice a change in the environment. They can no longer see the creatures under the sea and often return empty-handed from their trips. They realise that it’s because of all the plastic pollution around them which gives Aisha an idea: to build their own colourful dhow boat from recycled material and use it to spread the word about reducing waste. This African animation is an accessible and vibrant story which is suitable for introducing themes around recycling and pollution to very young audiences.

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