Responding to the philosophy of “ It leads If it bleeds” , increasing tabloidisation, sensationalism and negativity bias of the news media today in Pakistan .
Power99 in collaboration with DW Akademie under “Constructive Journalism project” . Launched Media and Democracy : Podcast series aims to provide its audience a collective recovery tool for building individual and community resilience. with a fair, accurate and contextualised picture of Pakistan following constructive approach of providing solutions to its audience without making it confused , negative or complex.
In this show Program Host Dr Fahad Abbasi talks to a female journalist Saliha Gul . Saliha has written an article on basic health facilities, particularly women health in District Harripur, Afghan Camps. Saliha tells the story that after Khadija a female nurse migrated to Afghanistan, the camp women are in desperate need of a female doctor or nurse since last six years to look into their health issue .Saliha Gul tells that she met an Afgan mother who wants to teach her daughter and make her doctor to bring relief to Afghan women living in the camps.
In this episode includes report on first turkmen afghan refugee doctor saleema rehman by Nazish Fatima and Palwasha Iqbal.
Saleema Rehman, 29, is a gynecologist serving displaced Afghan women in the city of Attock, Pakistan. last year, she won UNHCR’s regional Nansen Refugee Award, an annual prize given to individuals doing outstanding work for displaced people.