After a lifelong career as a government midwife, Mary "Nalongo" Kamya retired from her job and set up a clinic in her own home in the rural district of Lutengo, Uganda.
Nalongo (which means the mother of twins) now delivers babies in her rural community and works hard to educate the women she lives amongst through teaching them family planning and women's rights as a mission to empower them and shape the future of her village.
Nalongo has a dream to one day build a permanent clinic near her home as a way to better serve the women and children she cares for. A place that will be there to help for generations to come.
To learn more about Nalongo's dream, and to hear from the supervising doctor who oversees the district, please have a look at our second video "Nalongo's Dream" here:
You can directly help Nalongo achieve her dream by visiting our GoFundMe page here:
View the behind the scenes of the making of the films here:
Directed by: Brent Foster
Director of Photography: Pawel Dwulit
Producer: Tammy Foster
Edited by: Peter Schnobb and Brent Foster
Title Design and Animation: Reactiv
Sound Design: Defacto Sound
Colorist: Dmitry Kuznetsov
Video Cover Art: Andra Tutoveanu
Music: "Prayer" by One Hundred Years (The Music Bed)
"We've Come So Far-Instrumental" by Robert Shirey Kelly (The Music Bed)
Fixers: Asiimwe Timothy Jackson
Wendy Razak Samakula
Driver: Livingstone Ssemujju
Mary “Nalongo” Kamya
Lutengo United Secondary School
Lutengo B Village
Dr. Anthony Kkonde
Child Care and Youth Empowerment Foundation (CCAYEF) Staff and Volunteers
This project is dedicated in memory of Frank Dymock and to all those living their legacy on a daily basis.
Visit the project at: whileimheretheproject.com
Copyright Foster Visuals Inc. 2017