Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation
The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation is the global leader in the fight to end AIDS in children. Since our inception 25 years ago, there has been a 95% decline in new HIV infections in the U.S., and a 51% decline in the number of new infections in children worldwide. We have the science and medicine to get that number almost to zero.
WHY THEY CAME TO TWO PARROT
To capture the storyline that an AIDS-free generation is within our grasp. Mother-to-child transmission of HIV is preventable. Since our founding 25 years ago, there has been a 95% decline in new HIV infections in the U.S., and a 58% decline in the number of new infections in children worldwide. But every day, almost 700 babies are infected with HIV because their families lack access to the health services they need to prevent transmission. Together, we will make that number zero. However, we need compelling video content that allows people to “see” this transformation with their own eyes.
Funders. Supporters. Partners. Population at large. Young people facing into their own HIV/AIDS status.
VIDEO PRODUCTION DETAILS
On location filming in Zambia, Africa. Seasoned pro, David Maxime, spent 3 days filming the lives of Zambian population impacted by EGPAF’s work. Afterwards, the post production of all three clips lasted approximately 6 weeks. This included 3 rounds of client revisions to ensure the final videos were perfectly synced to the client brand.
“We love working with you! Thanks for your guidance and inspiration in the video department. You breathed life into our communications team and gave us tools to tell our story like never before! Thanks for everything, Two Parrot!”
Nyaka Mwanza, EGPAF