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Short Films

SPOTTER COME-HOME

Spotter, a five- year-old male Black Rhino, just decided to explore the world outside Lewa Downs, his heavily protected conservancy. Now he roams a land where armed poachers are after him and his immensely valuable horn. He must immediately be brought back home to save his life.

 

Running time: 7 min.

BABOON CHRONICLES

They are short, hairy and funny looking. They are also astute, strong and well organized. They are baboons. Widespread all over Kenya, these monkeys are often considered pests. But a day spent walking alongside a troop of wild baboons in the Rift valley will change our mind. Come with us and discover the true colors of one of the most intriguing species of Africa.

 

Running time: 7 min.

LAIKIPIA, THE LAND OF LIFE

There is a place in Africa where rivers, forests and savannas play a never-ending game with people. This place is Laikipia, central Kenya. Here dangerous wildlife share the land with thousands of farmers and their livestock. A perfect combination for trouble... But despite all odds the people living in Laikipia are fighting to make a dream come true. In this region of Africa co-existence  between the needs of humans and the necessities of wildlife and Nature is a well established and solid reality.

 

Running time: 37 min.

7 shorts about the YEMEN NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY STRATEGY

Yemen is one of the most food-insecure Countries in the world. The Yemen Food Security Strategy aims at making the 90% of Yemeni people food-secure by 2020.

These shorts are meant to show the general audience the challenges the Yemeni people are facing every day and a possible way out of hunger and food insecurity.

 

To watch the films, please click the icon on the left or here.

 

Running time: 3 min each.

LALE'ENOK, a Maasai Journey

In a region near Magadi lake, in Kenya, the Maasai of Ol'Kiramatian realized that integrating modern ways with old traditions would have been the key to tackle new and worrying issues that have arisen on their land. This original perspective started a domino effect that led to the development of new strategies to deal with social and environmental crisis. It also contributed to the creation of  two wildlife sanctuaries, greatly reduced the conflict between predators and people and massively improved the role of women in their society.

 

Running time: 10 min.

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