We’ve been working with Food for the Hungry for a number of years, and value their motivation to reach places and people in less accessible parts of the developing world. The charity provides life-changing resources such as clean water, medical aid, food, equal education opportunities for both girls and boys and vocational training in the midst of unimaginable hardships. Camping in the north of Uganda, one seriously painful scorpion bite and testing the road conditions of rural Bangladesh (pretty good, btw) are just some FH trip memories for us. Films include the following:
A promo that would help secure the charity’s brand and showcase its projects filming (including aerial) refugees camps in Rwanda, hospitals in the Congo, brick factories in Bangladesh, the Massai in Kenya and crop fields in Bolivia. The edited 6-minute video was narrated by US rapper Trip Lee and given animated titles.
A brand piece to serve as an overview of the charity’s work (international relief and development) around the world.
A piece on Burundi de-worming. In a country where 45% of children suffer from intestinal worms, causing headaches, abdominal pains, and fatigue, FH and the Burundi Ministry of Health partnered to bring education hygiene and treatment for this widespread problem. Through their work, millions of children been cured and able to attend school once again as well as play and enjoy a normal childhood.