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A rural village in Ethiopia has combated poverty by making men and women equal, educating all its children and eradicating conflict.
Learn about Awra Amba’s innovative solutions in a new interactive 360° web experience.
Talk directly with the villagers and contribute your own ideas to a global discussion about a more sustainable future.
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We’re looking for an enthusiastic, resourceful and organised crowd-funding campaign coordinator to work with the production team of The Awra Amba Experience. You will help us build the campaign, manage the community during the campaign and attract new audiences. You’ll need to have a good grasp of social media tools, audience engagement and a proven ability to write effective copy for PR.
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To mark this great day and some of the incredible women who are trying to change our world, we will be sharing some of our past work on women’s empowerment
The Awra Amba Experience is a collaborative web documentary about a small group of people in Ethiopia who have founded a new, progressive way of life based on equality and peace, that has lifted them out of extreme poverty.
This fascinating story will be told online to a global audience, allowing them to explore the village through 360 panoramas, learn about their way of life in short documentary films as well as contribute their own ideas for a better, more sustainable world.
Bana Bir Sarki Söyle – GECE
Find out more about the progress of our Cross Media Project ‘The Awra Amba Story’ at Dok Leipzig. Paulina will present the case study together with our web developer James Arthur on the 20th of October, 14:30 – 16:30 at Passage Kinos, Wintergarten.
In India, menstrual hygiene has been a taboo for centuries. This film tells the uplifting story of two young women, one in rural and the other in urban India, who have overcome the fears and myths surrounding menstruation. A new sanitary napkin factory has encouraged women and girls to start using pads instead of rags, and spreading awareness of the importance of hygiene. In the suburbs of Mumbai, women have been employed at another sanitary pad unit, which is giving them financial independence.
Our new interactive project ‘Utopia in Ethiopia’ gets support from the Fledgling Fund. Check out our new page on their website:
Serdar is one of the participants in this year’s Esodoc, with the interactive documentary project ‘Utopia in Ethiopia’. The workshop, which spans three weeks in three different European countries, is focused on social issue documentaries.