A film documentary produced in Papua New Guinea by Media Niugini Limited’s EMTEK Multimedia and funded by the United Nations Development Program, premieres tonight.
The film, ‘Driving The Change’ is an inspiring story of how a remote village in Jiwaka Province, is doing all it can towards achieving some of the world’s Sustainable Development Goals.
Media personnel and UNDP officials were invited this morning to view the World Premier of Papua New Guinea Documentary ‘Driving The Change’ on UNDPs funded programs throughout the world.
It was narrated by Film Maker, Marco Venditti.
The film tells the story of how the people of Domil village in the Jiwaka Province are sustainably improving their lives in their community, to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
It also provides an example for communities throughout Papua New Guinea and around the world, about how the SDG’s can be achieved.
It was a pilot initiative developed by the European Union in 2012, and implemented by UNDP.
This film features Bernard Gunn, the director of NGO Integral Community Health and Development, who is from Domil village, where the documentary was shot.
This 30-minute documentary was filmed over 5 days, and highlights the successes achieved under the Community Development Goals Acceleration Project.
The documentary will be aired on EMTV at 7:30 pm on the 17th and 18th and on the 19th of this month at 8pm.