Connectivity influences every aspect of our daily routine; searching for news, updating statuses on social media, checking emails, and even tasks as simple as making a phone call or receiving a text message. Yet 49% of the world population still lacks access to the internet as of 2017, according to ITU (International Telecommunications Union). Amongst these marginalised areas include the West Nile region in Uganda which hosts the world’s largest refugee camp, Bidi Bidi.
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!”
We’re excited to announce we’ll be in Uganda working on film commissions from 20th May – 10th June 2018. Continue reading “News: DoGoodFilms in Uganda from 20th May 2018”