Global Health Media Project produces and distributes teaching videos for frontline healthcare workers in low-resource settings. Based on international standards of care, the videos provide high-quality, step-by-step visual instructions that are easy to understand and put into action. The videos are professionally filmed on-location in developing world health clinics and voiced over to enable narration in local languages. The videos are distributed free-of-charge via the internet, where they can be watched online or downloaded to mobile devices for offline use.
What we do
We have produced 150 films that have been accessed by people in every country in the world. We have completed four in-depth series on newborn care, care of small babies, childbirth, and breastfeeding. In response to the cholera epidemic in Haiti in 2010, we produced an award-winning film, The Story of Cholera. In 2015, in response to the Ebola crisis, we produced The Story of Ebola, in collaboration with Red Cross and UNICEF.
Our videos are available in nearly 50 languages. They have been viewed online over 600 million times, and downloaded by more than 7,000 organizations, including UNICEF, WHO, Save the Children, Ministries of Health, teaching institutions, and NGOs both large and small.