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Documentaries are more than mere flashing images on the screen: “They are an art form that becomes larger than life”.
They provide an in-depth look and tackle real life issues, offer solutions to existing problems, shape the way we think and deliver factual information. The power and appeal of a documentary is in the way it addresses important social issues in compelling ways. It acts as a vehicle of change that ignites conversation, and sometimes even social movements.
With over 400,000 patients attended to, OneWorld Health partners with communities in developing countries to build systems and structures that address health challenges. They are committed to providing safe, affordable, high-quality services to underserved communities in East Africa and Central America.
In the effort to combat the evil and scourge of child trafficking, Terre des hommes (TDH) in partnership with the Girls Advocacy Alliance, is working in schools in Kampala to create awareness about child trafficking and ensure a stable future for the children and their families.
Since inception in 2002, over 1,749 children have received various forms of support from Dwelling Places. They have Rescued, Rehabilitated, Reconciled and sustainably resettled street-connected children, high-risk slum families and abandoned babies.
The Uganda Investment Authority together with United Nations Uganda have led to the development of the regional Trade and Services Sector investment profile, to inform potential investors of the available sustainable investment opportunities in Rwenzori region to fully exploit the area’s potential and promote socio-economic transformation.
Testimonials of Ex-offenders that underwent the Rehabilitation and Human rights Corrections Programs offered in Ugandan Prisons; services that were introduced to help integrate the offenders back into society as transformed law-abiding citizens.
DOCUMENTARY (WOMEN IN POLITICS)
An awareness video that highlights FOWODE’s mission of promoting gender equality in all areas of decision making. The Documentary also focuses on their objectives of building transformative leadership for women’s rights and influencing public policy.
In 2018, AMREF Health Africa celebrated 30 years of existence in Uganda implementing projects and contributing to the Country’s health Priorities. The video Highlights their interventions over the years that have contributed to the creation of better health change in Uganda.
In 2017, during the 6th KIGALI INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE DECLARATION (KICD) Annual General meeting, Uganda Police showcased the role that security agencies have played in the fight against violence on women and children.
DOCUMENTARY (FORMER CHILD SOLDIER)
Sunday Okello Is a former Child soldier who was abducted at the age of 13 by the LRA rebels and taken up into captivity. He managed to escape and found his way into the IDP camp where he was rescued by Watoto Child Care ministries.
DOCUMENTARY (HUMAN TRAFFICKING)
Commercial sexual exploitation of children through prostitution is one of the greatest social evils destroying the lives of millions of girls around the world.
In an attempt to address this challenge, Rahab Uganda since 2005, has been working to restore the self-image of girls affected by sexual exploitation and empower them to proactively engage in personal and societal transformation.