This year was Project Survival Media’s biggest year since our founding. We produced more media than ever before, doubled our budget from years past, and provided stunning coverage for critical movement moments. A big congratulations to all who contributed to… Continue Reading →
Survival Media Agency Co-Coordinator Robert van Waarden has been producing the “Along the Pipeline” project, which aims to put a human face to those living along the proposed Energy East Pipeline route in Canada. By leveraging the power of visual… Continue Reading →
Our team in India was contracted by the German government in a partnership with the Indian Youth Climate Network to produce a series of short videos on young people and climate change.
If the Kenyan map was shaped like the average woman’s body, Lokitaung and Mandera would be the shoulders. It would curve to the tapering waist at Mt. Elgon then broaden to the left hip near Migori. Oloitokitok then, would be… Continue Reading →
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Check out the shout out the Survival Media Agency gets in the new Nahko and Medicine for the People music video. Our direct Shadia Fayne Wood is featured at 1:31! Great work Bunker and Kay!
Barahnaja (Barah-twelve, Anaja-Grains) means growing twelve or more crops in a synergetic combination; pulses, oilseeds, vegetables, fibers, and spices are grown for optimal crop production in the village Jardhar Gaon in Northern India. Our hosts explained that these crops were meticulously chosen and… Continue Reading →
It’s true! We finally launched our fee-for-service arm of Project Survival Media– the Survival Media Agency! SMA works to connect the right media professional with organizations who are looking for high-quality media production services for issues relating… Continue Reading →
India is witnessing the largest wave of urbanization in its history. While its economic development and cities are important, this urbanization across cities of India is putting tremendous pressure on its natural resources. The result is increasingly visible in the… Continue Reading →
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Powering Indigenous Villages in Kenya In the southwest of Kenya, the Oloitokitok district lies on the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro. In a tiny village that borders the Amboseli National Park, where the Maasai’s roam with their livestock, Iltilal’s villagers have… Continue Reading →