Improved drinking water sources

My assignment: Filmmaking and Photos
Ferrarelle SpA Representative on the field Antonio De Caro

UNICEF’s partnership with the Government of the State of Eritrea in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene contributes to the achievement of Millennium Development Goal (MDG) 7 target 10 on improved drinking water and sanitation. It aims to increase improved and safe access to WASH services and practices, focusing on vulnerable groups including people in drought-prone areas. The programme focuses on improved drinking water supply, sanitation and hygiene and WASH in schools… Edited by UNICEF 

Paola Cortellesi per SAVE THE CHILDREN

My Assignment: Direction - Filmmaking - Post Production

Il regalo più bello per la Festa della Mamma

Celebrity: Paola Cortellesi
Light&Sound: Andrea Rubbo
  • n. 1 Film Celebrity

La Festa della Mamma quest’anno può essere un’occasione per sostenere gli interventi per la salute materno-infantile nei paesi maggiormente in difficoltà, come ci racconta una neomamma di eccezione: Paola Cortellesi.

Edited by SAVE THE CHILDREN©2013

UNICEF Benin with Angelique Kidjo

Photo by Pictured: Kidjo dances with a woman carrying a baby in a sling pouch during a nutrition education session for mothers in Moamba. © UNICEF/NYHQ2014-1427/Marques

Celebrity Angelique Kidjo
My Assignement: form 2000 to 2011 as audiovisual-consultant for the UNICEF Italian Natcom I edited all the Celebrities films

COTONOU, Benin, 31 December 2009 – UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Angélique Kidjo made a two-day visit to Benin, her native country, to witness first-hand the UNICEF supported programmes that are helping vulnerable children there.
During her visit, Ms. Kidjo learned about the innovative dual education approach.

This innovative programme enrols older children aged 14 to 17 in three-year apprenticeship training programmes in hair dressing, vehicle and motorcycle maintenance, and tailoring. The Government supports 90 per cent of the fees, and UNICEF contributes 10 per cent.

To date, over a thousand children have benefitted from this programme.

Concluding her visit, Ms. Kidjo called for the responsibility of parents, families and the State, to fulfil the right for each Beninese child to have a birth certificate, to be educated and to be safe from child trafficking. .. MORE .  Edited by UNICEF©2009