Empowering Congolese girls and their communities through education, health, and community-driven projects
In the Republic of Congo, hundreds of thousands of women suffer sexual abuse and deprivation from basic education, healthcare, and food. Noëlla Coursaris Musunka, an international model and founder, recognised the severity of the situation and reached out to us for help in creating a branding and content strategy for her girls' school.
Malaika, the charity organization, supports about 430 girls through education, water, and healthcare, and we were thrilled to be a part of their mission. We understood that showcasing their developments was critical to gaining the support of donors and potential global organisations.
To achieve our goals, we went through all the necessary procedures, including visa procurements, to capture everything that mattered on site. We captured images of solar roofs, water pumps, accessible internet, and other amenities that the school had built to provide a safe haven for these girls.
All the content that we've captured is still being used today as Noëlla travels around the world, applying for grants and meeting potential donors. Our elaborate catalogue of content has been a valuable asset in her plea, and she has successfully helped batches of girls graduate from her school with the tools to become independent women in the working society.
Our efforts to showcase the developments at Malaika have helped raise awareness and support for the charity. We are proud to have contributed to their mission of empowering young girls and providing them with the resources they need to build a better future.