Late … last … but definitely not least.
Sitting safely in our Soho post production den, it is time to recap our last assignment in Uganda. We closed our marathon with MSF, the legendary front line NGO providing medical services in emergencies all over the world. Continue reading “BIDIBIDI REFUGEE CAMP WITH MEDECINS SANS FRONTIERES”
Social media is an excellent way to connect on a ‘personal’ level with audiences, hence why we’ve been using behind-the-scenes footage (those iPhone shots might not make final cut of our client’s films, but they’re great for vlogs) to introduce you to the work our clients do to support South Sudanese refugees in Northern Uganda, the people we meet and us – the DoGoodFilms team! Continue reading “DoGoodFilms vlog: Social Media and Behind the scenes of our Uganda film assignments”
People with albinism around the world face multiple forms of discrimination and marginalisation, and this is particularly rampant in East Africa. Doreen Nawejje, founder of Albinism Crisis Outreach (ACO), and her colleagues (all strong, unapologetic badass women role models with Albinism themselves!) are working tirelessly to break the cycle of stigma by educating communities and people with albinism about how to protect themselves (mentally, physically and socially). Continue reading “13th June is International Albinism Awareness Day – Please lend your Support for ACO!”
This year’s World Environment Day theme is; “Beat Plastic Pollution” – a call to action for all of us to come together to combat one of the great environmental challenges of our time. Continue reading ” “Beat Plastic Pollution”: World Environment Day 5 June”
We’ve wrapped up a week filming for NetHope documenting the projects they support and learning how providing connectivity helps empower South Sudanese refugees in Northern Uganda… Continue reading “DoGoodFilms vlog: It’s a wrap with NetHope!”