One Million People on ART - Sarah Zhanet

Sarah was diagnosed with HIV in 1993. Distraught and unable to come to terms with her status, she later tried to take her own life. She has now been on antiretroviral treatment for 14 years and credits this to her late brother, who was HIV activist, for helping her to live her life and accept her HIV positive status.

Roles: Videographer & Editor

Project: One Million People on ART in Zimbabwe (For UNDP)

       
     
CARE Cash Transfer Project: Tsungirirai

In order to help the very poorest and hungriest people in Zimbabwe, the UK government has asked CARE to lead a programme – working with World Vision – to provide small monthly cash payments by mobile phone or SIM cards to over 72,000 families (360,000 people) so that they can afford the minimum necessary food to avoid malnutrition.

Roles: Videographer & Editor

Watch more videos from the CARE Cash Transfer project here.

 

       
     
Know Your African Feminists: Nancy Kachingwe

Voice, Power, and Soul: Conversations from the 4th African Feminist Forum

Role: Videographer for the African Women's Development Fund (AWDF)

Watch more videos here.