BeterHoren (Better Hearing) is a Dutch chain of shops selling Hearing Aids, they have their in-house CRP which focuses on giving a second use to redundant Hearing Aids. Professor Hordijk(with his foundation Ear-drop) is already for 30 years active in Kenya to operate on children to make their ears (and patients) fit for hearing aids. Better Hearing wanted to have an in-shop clip to show the fantastic work of Professor Hordijk and his (volunteers) colleagues.
Copia is a Kenyan company that distributes a catalog of products through selected (mini)stores in the country. The clients can order from the catalog and the next day the product will be delivered to the shop, where they can pick it up.
Together with Copia we have developed short clips so the shops can now show the products on tablet and TV as well.The result is overwhelming. Nice stories, good actors and a proper execution.
For SNV we produced a video about its work in the shea sector in Ghana. In northern Ghana, 60,000 poor women have seen their income increase significantly after SNV has supported them to organise themselves and connect to international trade.
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.
Kenya Media Program is a project of HIVOS, with various sponsors and affiliates. They contacted us for making a film on the importance of this Media Program.
We have developed the content together with the KMP people. The content is very much focusing on people who are working in the Kenyan media business and development of free speech, better journalism and better press.
For Pact we produced a video about their HIV prevention partner Pattaya Sisters, the only organisation supporting the prevention of HIV in the transgender community in Pattaya, Thailand.
APHRC is a medical/health research center that operates on global level. It is based in Nairobi and shows that more and more international research institutes are coming to Africa to deliver top quality research. Mr Steven van der Vijver had been research associate for 4 years and before leaving the organization we filmed his testimony, with his colleagues. A very strong statement.
On behalf of STOP AIDS NOW! we created a creative production to highlight their tools for quality HIV prevention in Uganda.
On behalf of the Novartis Foundation for Sustainable Development, we created several videos on REPSSI, a Zambian NGO that provides psychosocial support for children.
For Dutch water company Vitens Evides we created a video about a school in Kenya they support in the Football for Water campaign. Football for Water is a unique program where the power of football is used to teach boys and girls in primary schools about healthy living.
On behalf of Reed Elsevier, we highlighted the winners of their Environmental Challenge in Cambodja and Kenya. Visit the Elsevier website to learn more on their challenge.
To highlight three innovative inclusive business pilots in Vietnam, Ethiopia and Tanzania, Africa Interactive supported the BoP Innovation Center to create this insightful video.
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.
On behalf of DEG, the German Development Finance Institute, we produced four videos around the world for their 50 year anniversary. Visit our vimeo album to see all videos from India, Vietnam, Brazil and Paraguay.
On behalf of PharmAccess we created a corporate video to explain their approach to create access to affordable quality health care for low-income groups. We combined a case in Lagos, Nigeria with an animation.
On behalf of the International Labour Organisation, we highlighted several green entrepreneurs in East Africa. From recycling plastics to producing solar panels locally, these entrepreneurs did a great job in creating local and green businesses.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) is supporting microfinance institutions in Sub-Saharan Africa. This video showcases EIB’s activities in Kenya.
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.
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.
On behalf of the Novartis Foundation for Sustainable Development we produced a series of 4 portraits called ‘A Life after Leprosy’. Four people who had been suffering from leprosy in Cambodia were followed for a day to get an insight in their lives. …
In preparation of the second BMZ Future Forum we asked young Kenyans about their current life and work, their self image and their hopes for the future.
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.
On behalf of the Novartis Foundation for Sustainable Development, we created several personal portraits on REPSSI, a NGO that provides psychosocial support for children in Zambia. Visit their website to read and watch more on this organization.
On behalf of Pact we made a series of videos about their partnership with Chevron to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV in the Nigeria Niger Delta region.
After having produced a long film (and short editions) for and with the Deaf Community in Kenya we are being approached by Calvin. He needed a promo to join with the Mr Deaf competition in UK. We helped him by making this short clip. He very strongly advocates in sign language, against animal poaching and ivory hunting.
And he did get his sponsorship together from Kenya Airways and Kenyan WWF.
On behalf of a new European bottled water brand, Marie-Stella-Maris, we produced ten engaging personal portraits in a village in Uganda. Visit the Marie-Stella-Maris website to see more of our work.
On behalf of Vitens Evides International we created an event registration video about the IWA Development Congress & Exhibition 2013 in Nairobi, Kenya.
On behalf of the Siemens Stiftung we created an event registration video about the first ’emowering peeople. Award’ ceremony in Nairobi, Kenya.
On behalf of NWP, we produced a video on the Dutch celebration of World Water Day in Wageningen.
On behalf of the Novartis Foundation, we produced a video on a conference in Tanzania on access to healthcare and effective malaria treatment.
On behalf of The Leprosy Mission we created a short video about the need for more support for people in Ethiopia.
Pharm Access asked us to produce a short clip to convince the BoP to register to enroll for ‘free’ health insurance. With a group of young and talented actors we have produced this instruction video. The client is now using it at presentation evenings in a communications mix.
On behalf of SIDA we created videos for their ‘People first‘ campaign in Mozambique, South Sudan, South Africa and Liberia. The video on this page is from Mozambique.
On behalf of the ILO we developed two Public Service Announcements (PSA) for a campaign on migrant domestic workers. Read more about the campaign on the ILO website
On behalf of WASTE, we produced a documentary on food security and organic fertilisers in Malawi.
In cooperation with ActionAid International, we produced a documentary about the position of women and their rights to own and cultivate agricultural lands. Shot simultaneously in Guatemala, Sierra Leone, and India.
Philips has adopted a dispensary in Githurai in Kiambu county, in the outskirts of Nairobi.
They changed this small hospital into a true health center for the greater area serving over 300.000 people.
From the beginning of the improvement process all the way to the grand opening we have been following the process and we produced a set of video’s.
– A long 8-minute edition,
– A 5-minute version about the opening ceremonies,
– One just for Philips Lighting about the implementation of solar and electricity.
– And for one of the suppliers (Hotpoint) we have made a separate edition.
On behalf of the International Development Law Organisation, we produced a documentary on the implementation of the new Kenyan constitution. It includes personal stories of Kenyans positively affected by the new constitution.
GIZ asked us to make a film on the African Union Border Programme. A programme whose three main pillars are delimitation and demarcation of borders, cross- border cooperation and capacity building.
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 International Criminal Court – Trust Fund for Victims (TFV), we produced a very engaging video documentary on the highly relevant work of the TFV in Eastern Congo and Northern Uganda.
For the African Development Bank (AfDB) we made an animation video about their new new online data tool MapAfrica. The video was used during the presentation of the website during their annual meeting of the AfDB in Kigali, Rwanda.
Philips organises a yearly Roadshow through the African continent. We created a teaser video and video/photo content from all over Africa. Visit the Philips Africa Roadshow website to learn more.
On behalf of the Anton Jurgens Fund, we produced a corporate animation explaining the history and objectives of the Fund. Anton Jurgens was one of the founders of the current well-known corporation Unilever.
On behalf of the Dutch WASH Alliance we produced a video including animation to illustrate the five key aspects to take into account when starting a sustainable WASH program. This approach is called FIETS (Dutch word for ‘bike’). The video shows the journey of a local WASH professional when visiting the various stakeholders.
For RutgersWPF we made a series called “Let’s talk about it”, six instruction movies for young people that serve as starting points for discussing safe abortion, sexual violence, sexual pleasure, condom use, HIV testing, and sexual diversity.
On behalf of Akvo and Text to Change we produced a short video including animation on their innovative FLOW service. Visit the Akvo FLOW website to learn more about this innovation.