This personal story highlights the challenges sex workers face in Hanoi, Vietnam. Bridging the Gaps is an international programme that works to improve the health and rights of sex workers, drug users and members of the LGBT community. The video is used to inform stakeholders of the programme’s activities and endeavors.
Frederick Ochieng’, a local photo activist, set up a film school in the slums of Nairobi to provide young people with photojournalism training. He also organized a small film festival in the slum. Philips asked us to make a short clip about the importance of neighbourhood streetlights.
Each year the RVO rewards successful entrepreneurs in developing countries for promoting their sustainable businesses on the western market. Africa Interactive produced a video on the winners and their work, which showcases the RVO programme and promote the entrepreneurs’ businesses.
Koneksie’s mission is to successfully market motorcycles to small business owners in Africa, thereby promoting economic activity. Prior to their launch, we created this personal portrait for their website that highlights boda-boda culture in Kenya.
Northern Burkina Faso is a land of extremes. This heartland of the West African Sahel experiences extreme drought for eight months of the year. This video explains the risks that local communities face, highlights local solutions for collecting rainwater and describes the RAIN Foundation’s contribution.
This film is about African ownership in development cooperation. It was shown as the opening video at the “Africa – Continent of Opportunities. Partnership for Change” conference in Berlin, organized by the German Ministry of Development (BMZ)
This road movie, starring development aid veteran Thomas Dichter, is a personal investigation on how major development aid donors like USAID collaborate with their local partners. The truth is often chilling, but also humorous.
Marie-Stella-Maris is an Amsterdam based lifestyle brand that is dedicated to creating access to clean drinking water for everyone, everywhere. Before Marie-Stella-Maris was launched, we produced a documentary on the power of sharing in a small village in Uganda. The video was shown during the International Documentary Film Festival, Amsterdam IDFA.
This animated corporate video showcases BIOs work and its role in development cooperation. It is made entirely of stills photography and achieves a playful look through the use of animation.
This animation targets donor governments and is intended to showcase achievements by creating partnerships between UNFPA and TEPC. Video scribe was used to explain an abstract subject in an understandable way.