Humanitarian Bazaar | Video Short: Environment Hero
Humanitarian Bazaar produces projects focused on how peope survive war and disaster.
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In 2015, the UN Environment Programme awarded Fatima Jibrell, founder of Adeso Africa and friend of Humanitarian Bazaar, with its prestigious award. UNEP contracted filmmaker Samah Tokmachi of Samahcinema to produce the profile, and Samah reached out to Humanitarian Bazaar which had already filmed with Mrs. Jibrell in remote Sanaag, Somalia, when producing documentary with her organization, Adeso Africa and Drewstone Productions. Scenes filmed by Seth Chase and Daniel J Gerstle were combined with the UNEP interview, Adeso Africa content, and Samahcinema’s film magic.