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Three SNV videos shortlisted for the 2017 Social Impact Media Awards

  |   SUN Civil Society Network, SUN Country Network

In January 2017, 3 videos commissioned by SNV* were shortlisted for the 2017 Social Impact Media Awards (SIMA) which champion the creative works of visual storytelling that inspire activism, compassion and social transformation. The videos produced by BrandOutLoud were shortlisted from a selection of videos submitted from over 140 countries to compete for awards, cash prizes, industry accolades, media features, distribution opportunities, and entry into SIMA’s signature film programs.Click here to view all 2017 finalists.

The three videos:

  • Sustainable Nutrition 4 All was produced for SNV’s flagship agricultural program Sustainable Nutrition 4 All in Zambia. The video portrays families triggered and empowered to reduce the causes of malnutrition in their own community by themselves. This is their story.
  • Farming in Sneakers was produced for SNV’s flagship programme Opportunities for Youth Employment in Tanzania. Here, where farming is seen as tough work for no pay, three young farmers know differently. These young farmers are transforming their ambitions into achievements. This is their story.
  • Balancing Benefits was produced for SNV’s transformative gender approach in Tanzania. Here SNV works together with men and women to change social and gender constraints; empowering men at home and in business to share authority with women!

About SNV*

Founded in the Netherlands in 1965, the SNV Development Organisation believes that no-one should have to live in poverty and that all people should have the opportunity to pursue their own sustainable development. SNV works in 38 countries in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. Their global team of advisors use their specialist expertise in Agriculture, Renewable Energy and Water, Sanitation & Hygiene to contribute to solving some of the leading problems facing the world today. SNV aims to make a lasting difference in the lives of 15 million people living in poverty over the period 2013-2015.

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