This film is about African ownership in development cooperation. It was shown at the conference “Africa – Continent of Opportunities. Partnership for Change” on September 11th in Berlin.
On behalf of a new European bottled water brand, Marie-Stella-Maris, we produced an engaging video on the power of sharing in a small village in Uganda. Visit the Marie-Stella-Maris website and see more of our work.
On behalf of the Bridging the Gaps initiative, we produced a personal story on the challenges that are faced by sex workers, people who use drugs and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in Hanoi, Vietnam.
On behalf of FMO we created a series of videos about their investments in Tanzania, Vietnam, Nigeria and Guatemala for their annual report. The video on this page is about a state-of-the-art shipyard in Vietnam.
Some 4 years ago Philips produced a short clip about a guy in the slums in Nairobi, this orphan taking care of his siblings then made a great impression to many viewers.
Now Philips asked us to look for him and to sort out what he was doing now. When we told them that Frederick Ochieng became a photo activist in his neighborhood, he has now set up a film school in the slums of Nairobi, giving training to young people on photo journalism and even organizing a small slum film festival, they asked us to make a short clip again about the importance of neighborhood (street) lighting.
Koneksie is an Amsterdam based international company. Koneksie’s mission is to successfully market transport solutions for consumers and small businesses in Africa enabling them to interconnect and pursue economic activity. For that they have set up a warehouse where their special bikes are being assembled. From here they want to distribute motorbikes all over the continent.
Prior to their launch we made some clips for the website to highlight BodaBoda culture in Kenya.