Voice Over • Documentaries
The organization has programmes responding to various needs in society, including women's health issues, gender-based violence and more, where they give economic assistance. I voice various short documentaries that were used on Youtube and on their website
Middle Aged (35-54)
East Africa (Kenyan)
Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
in africa. When a woman gets married, the society expects her to have Children within a year or two of marriage. But for 58 year old Grace Cam Beanie, Reality struck home nine years into her marriage. She couldn't bear Children. She was insulted and tormented by her husband and in laws due to her childlessness. Grace owns a small shop in Kibera that barely provides for her daily needs. Thanks to Mark more than a mother campaign, Grace is now enjoying a better quality of life. Her health has improved and her faith in humanity restored. When 45 year old Sinaloa's odo got married 13 years ago, she could not wait to start having Children of her own change diapers and see them off to school. As a local taylor, she spent her time walking around the village looking for clothes too. So now a widow and no child of her own. She has been left feeling empty, hopeless In a society where a woman's worth is measured by how many Children she has china lows hopes of being called. A mother dwindled even further. She suffered constant abuse from her family, friends, and life was even more miserable. Mark more than a mother has come to china lose aid. They have helped her venture into a new business. She is now the proud owner of a restaurant that has restored her faith and desire to continue living. She no longer feels hopeless. Sorry, Mark more than a mother has come to china lose aid. They have helped her venture into a new business. She is now the proud owner of a restaurant and has restored her faith and desire to continue living. She no longer feels hopeless. Children are a source of happiness in many marriages and the inability of a couple to bear Children or get pregnant often results to discrimination and mental torture from the society. And for the Joma Aziakou life has been very miserable, but Hamas sadness has been alleviated. She is happy and grateful to Mark for empowering her. She's enjoying good returns from her palm oil business. And thanks to the Mark more than a mother campaign, she has regained respect among other women and the society in rural africa, women often carry the burden of infertility in a marriage and for neca omen, if this burden has brought her untold pain and suffering widowed and her only child partially disabled, she has suffered discrimination from her fellow women and has been stigmatized by society through the Mark more than a woman campaign, NEca has a reason to smile again. She now owns a kerosene business that has given her financial stability. That will help her to be more independent and less of a burden to society. The search for affordable medical health care can be a financial burden for many couples. Modern fertility solutions are expensive and many women resort to alternative traditional methods that can pose a bigger health risk but all is not lost. Mark more than a mother campaign has empowered Delucci and given her renewed hope with her new jewelry shop in a big market in her rural town, she can now hold her head up high and work hard towards making her life better.