Be Your Sisters'Keeper
Violence is a strong risk factor for mental health and HIV vulnerability among women who sell sex. Join us to view and discuss a specially created short film that gives voice to sex workers in Nairobi, Kenya: the violence they face, how it affects them and the ways they are coming together to address it. The film sets the stage for an innovative study investigating violence, HIV risk and mental health among sex workers in Nairobi.
Launched as part of World Ocean’s Day, the #PLASTICREVOLUTION is a pioneering new environmental campaign, lead by the Flipflopi Project team, aimed at championing a world without single-use plastic. The film features a number of internationally renowned Kenyan celebrities including singers and rap stars Juliani, Eric Wainaina, Patricia Kihoro and Maia Von Lekow as well as media and film personalities including John Sibi Okumu, Ian Mbugua, Judy Kibinge and NTV Anchor Smriti Vidyarthi.
Wild Coffee, Ethiopia
Since 2018 and 2019 political transitions in Ethiopia, the entire country has witnessed an increase in violent conflict. Many companies have been negatively affected by this, accept one company, growing coffee in Ethiopia's Oromia region. This film shows how if you invest in the people around you when establishing your business from the very beginning, the communities will do all they can to protect their livelihoods.
Brutal Cut Campaign
Female genital mutilation (FGM) is a brutal practice putting thousands of girls’ lives at risk. Those who survive are often forced into early marriage and become pregnant – their futures cut short. This campaign and several short character driven films are increasing understanding and awareness around the issue, in a bid to end the practice of FGM one day.