Medical Aid Films
GESS stories of change animations
The films were part of a programme in conflict-ridden South Sudan where girls’ lives are being transformed by giving them access to education.
Medical Aid Films and Girls’ Education South Sudan ran workshops to encourage teenage girls to share their stories with a wider audience. The resulting animations developed by the team here at Alternative View Studios were made up of narrations and images drawn by the girls themselves.
Conflict and displacement – ‘Poni’s Journey’, follows a young girl being displaced due to conflict and moving to the protection of civilians camp in Juba.
Economic poverty – ‘Keji Counts’, follows a young girl having to miss school as her mother thinks fees are too expensive.
Attitudes to girls’ education – ‘Rose the Engineer’, follows a young girl skipping school to spend time with her boyfriend on his motorbike.
Brent Gets Wilder
The animation tells the story of how LEAP helped to conserve and restore natural heritage in Brent
London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
A training animation to help health workers understand how to deliver SMC (Seasonal Malaria Chemoprevention) during the rainy season
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We’ve been doing this for over 20 years, working with clients like BBC, Cambridge University Press & Assessment, Oxford University Press, Medical Aid Films and Friend. Your animation projects will be in good hands with Alternative View Studios.