Due to their skill and caring, the documentary HOPE is possible. Henry and Armah were my constant companions traveling throughout Monrovia conducting interviews at various difficult locations, capturing images of life on the streets and speaking to program participants, filming meetings, and chasing down a million details. Working long, chaotic hours they somehow managed to gather beautiful, high quality images and footage that we are now assembling into our documentary. They are dear and treasured members of our human family. Help us honor Henry and Armah's hard work by making this film a reality. Back our campaign on Kickstarter.
6/30/2017 08:25:38 am
i love you guys...........
6/30/2017 09:05:13 am
iam a missionary &prolific filmmaker from WestAfrica will love to be your documentary filmmaker and media patner.i now live in liberia am an independent filmmaker the lord is your strenght.i have the latest broadcast and filmming equipment that i will love to use to surport your work and foundation and all your forth comming events and programs .God almighty bless you as you reply my company website is bellow.
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Deborah Lindhom is the Founder and CEO of the Foundation for Women. For over 20 years she has lived and worked in Africa, India and the United States on issues of poverty, education and microcredit.
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