1. Mamaland Hope for Future Foundation: The Juba Kitchen Project

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    from Diaspora Action Australia Added 219 0 0

    Rose from Mamaland speaks to us about their recently completed container project, and their plans for a new project. The container project, the first for the newly formed Mamaland Foundation, involved sending a shipping container full of hospital, educational, work and everyday items to Juba, South Sudan, from Melbourne Australia, with many items kindly donated from the local community. Now Mamaland plans to reopen a kitchen in Juba to provide employment, training, and hope for women. Once up and running, it would also have the capacity to provide meals for homeless children.

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    • Ibrima Gbeme - Sierra Leone

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      During the civil war Ibrima Gbeme had to flee from rebels attacking his home town and ended up living in a refugee camp where he lost his children to hunger. Having now returned to the town, he is determined to mobilise the community to rebuild it. The water source is contaminated which is causing illness and death, so he looks forward to a time where they will have a clean and safe water source.

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      • Where Do We Go from Here

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        from Ole Elfenkaemper Added 1,030 4 0

        A journey through post-war Bosnia. Extended Trailer.

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        • That was the country that once fought war

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          from Life Cycle Films Added

          SPARK train and support young entrepreneurs in post conflict regions. They help ambitious young people grow their businesses from buying and selling for a small profit into sustainable growth businesses that support them and their community.

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          • Mohammed Charles - Sierra Leone

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            from WaterAid Added 97 3 1

            During the civil war Mohammed Charles lived in a refugee camp. Upon returning to his community he helped to rebuild it, but had to drink unsafe water from the river. With WaterAid and 'Help Sierra Leone's' support this community now has toilets, a well and trained community members to maintain the facilities hygienically.

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            • Yenge Koroma - Sierra Leone

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              Yenge Koroma tells her story about how the civil war in Sierra Leone affected the water source in her community. Having lost two children to unsafe water, and seeing many others become ill and die, she talks about the water situation as being a 'natural war.'

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              • Marie Lahai - Sierra Leone

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                A short case study film about Marie Lahai from Fayama Village in Sierra Leone. Marie tells her story of how she became very sick from drinking dirty water and how clean water has changed her life.

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                • Dr. Carl Wright

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                  from Young Asia Television Added

                  On this program Sanjana Hattotuwa talks to Dr. Carl Wright, Secretary General, Commonwealth Local Government Forum (CLGF) (Date of first Broadcast August 04, 2013) The series that gives you insights on Peace and Politics; Business and Development; Society and the Environment; Culture and the Arts.

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                  • Footfalls

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                    Footfalls investigates the difficulties faced by post-conflict returnees in Bosnia Herzegovina, where the impacts of conflict, continue to reverberate.

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                    • Creative Peace Kickstarter

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                      A film about how public art is key to post conflict community building. http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/foresee/creative-peace-community-public-arts-and-war-torn HELP SUPPORT OUR DREAMS! Who We Are: Ashley Beckett (Producer): Focused on sustainable post-conflict development in Sub-Saharan Africa with a Masters in International Development from the University of Pittsburgh. Ashley is a traveler extraordinaire, spending extensive time in Europe, Australia, East Africa and Central America. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gRtMrd-LeUQ Laura Asherman (Director): Documentary filmmaker based out of Atlanta, Georgia. Laura developed a "Storytelling" degree at Emory University by combining writing and film majors. She has spent time in Tanzania, Israel, Dominican Republic, and Europe, and will soon be teaching English in Southeast Asia. Mike Morgan (Director of Photography): Atlanta native and freelance videographer. Mike studied film and video production at Georgia State University. He has a strong desire to combine his fervor for travel and apt eye for cinematography. His travel experience includes Southeast Asia, Europe, and tours around the United States with his surf rock band. The Plan: Travel to East Africa for 4+ months to film artists who create in communities that have been gravely impacted by violence. Ashley will arrive in January for pre-production, including meeting with artists and community figures with which we have been in correspondence. Mike and Laura will arrive in February to begin filming. We will follow 1 to 2 artists for 3 months, discussing their roles in the community and how their art contributes to social change. music by Chris Cunningham of Ravenna Woods Please contact me at ashley (at) 4cforafrica.org, if you have questions. Photos of Bruno from http://www.thecity2.org/stories/recycled-amusement

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