The most important attribute of the film is that though it is beyond general comprehension to relate such issues pertaining to women empowerment or combating HIV or AIDS and other contaminated diseases with ecological issue such as water consummation or sustainability, the film co – relates and addresses the same. As water consummation is a serious ecological issues world wide, similarly, women education, empowerment, sanitation and other health related issues are very core matter in the realm of human rights. Fresh drinking water along with minimum facility of health and sanitation is the fundamental human right of every global citizen and this film acts as an eye-opener through the story of Charles Banda, who at a very local level with local initiatives drilled 800 wells in the impoverish country like Malawi. The film talks and conveys a change which is mandatory in the present scenario and encourages education and eradication of poverty, hunger and inequality regarding the privileges and opportunities from which women are deprived in under-developed countries.
The documentary named “Water First” is an attempt and a serious effort taken by the United Nations in educating and awaring people that a simple “can do” attitude can change everything. A little effort and a great determination can make big differences. The movie encapsulates the local effort of a fireman and transports it to a paradigm which is global. In representing this phenomenon a lot of effort and expertise was essential for conveying the hidden messages and awareness program launched through the movie. United Nations had a particular agenda behind their program “Millennium Development Goals” or (MDGs). The set goals, which fall under the MDG program launched by United Nations, committed to undertake many development oriented programs under which it was soon understood that the clean water is a major agenda and a very formative issue in the path of