Announcing the Solutions Storytelling Project: Latin America filmmakers!

Solutions Storytelling Project

Waiting for the White Water

From "Solutions Inside Out," a short film from Franklin Adegbie x BudgIT Foundation

In Nigeria, one community that has never had potable water finally gets it, with the help of BudgIT. This film is a product of the Solutions Storytelling Project.

From poverty to prosperity

Meet the BudgIT Foundation

BudgIT Foundation is a Nigerian nonprofit that facilitates budget reforms at both national and subnational levels through stakeholder and institutional engagements, collaborations, partnerships, civic-tech innovation and active citizen mobilisation. BudgIT's mission is to use creative technology to simplify public information, stimulating a community of active citizens and enabling their right to demand accountability, institutional reforms, efficient service delivery and an equitable society.

Lagos, Nigeria

Meet Franklin Adebgie

Franklin is an accomplished director, journalist, producer, and editor. His work spans both short and long form, video journalism and documentary. His work has appeared in CNBC AFRICA, BBC News, ITN Channel 4 News, VICE, and Scientific American.

Making an Impact

We'll be sharing updates as this film makes its way into the world. In the meantime, please send it to someone who you think would be inspired by it. And leave a comment and a like on the video to support this organization's and filmmaker's work!

Film Credits

Director: Franklin Adegbie

Producer: Franklin Adegbie

Story Consultant: Oladayo Olufowose, Nancy Odimegwu

Cinematography: Franklin Adegbie

Production Assistant: Ugochukwu Nweke

Drone Operator: Oladayo Olufowose

Editor: Franklin Adegbie

Executive Producers: Sky Dylan-Robbins, Gabriel Diamond

Producers: Mungai Kiroga, Debra Aroko

Editorial Consultant: Will Miller

Legal Services: Matthew T. Rogers, Esq.

Music Courtesy of: Musicbed

This film is a product of the Solutions Storytelling Project, a Skoll Foundation-supported initiative from the Video Consortium that connects regional filmmakers and social innovators in the Global South to produce solutions-focused short documentaries that catalyze positive change.