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Solutions Storytelling Project

Data-Driven Health Care

From "Solutions Inside Out," a short film from Laissa Malih + Franklyne Mudulia x Living Goods.

In this short documentary, see how Living Goods saves lives at scale by working hand-in-hand with the government to build strong community health systems. This film is a product of the Solutions Storytelling Project.

Delivering Data-Driven Health Care, Door to Door

Meet Living Goods

Living Goods is a non-profit organization that leverages smart mobile technology and real-time data to optimize outcomes, performance and accountability as it works closely with governments and partners to strengthen national community health systems while advocating for Digitally-enabled, Equipped, Supervised and Compensated (DESC) CHWs all around.

Nairobi, Kenya

Meet Laissa and Frank

Laissa Malih is a Laikipian Maasai, the first female filmmaker in her community with interests in documenting, linking, amplifying and scaling up grassroots community voices across diverse indigenous cultures in Kenya and the world.

Franklyne Mudulia is a passionate filmmaker and instructor with interests in using film to educate and impact change in the society. He has worked extensively as a Cinematographer, Photographer, and Video Editor with several creatives and filmmakers in Kenya and Rwanda.

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: Laissa Malih

Director of Photography: Franklyne Mudulia

Editor: Franklyne Mudulia

Camera Operator: Tony Elia

Still Photography: Herve Magnifique

Logistics: James Mirigi

Featuring: Joyce Omollo, Juliet Nyongesa, Tamara Halumbe, Phoebe Okore, Emma Ogola, Maureen Opiyo, Thomas Onyango

Story consultant: Ruth Chitwa

Executive Producers: Sky Dylan-Robbins, Gabriel Diamond

Producers: Mungai Kiroga, Debra Aroko

Legal Services: Matthew T. Rogers, Esq.

Special thanks: Kuoyo Health Center, Nyalenda Health Center, Kisumu County Government, Ministry of Health.

Music provided by: Musicbed and Epidemic Sounds

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.