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The Conscience Organisation and Unicef USA film for the BEYGOOD4BURUNDI project

Friday saw the launch of a film produced for Unicef USA telling the story of the Beygood4Burundi initiative.

The film highlights the important work to end the water and nutrition crisis for the most vulnerable communities in Burundi, South Africa. The initiative that will see installation of 1,200 fresh water wells across Burundi to solve the life threatening problem that affects 5 million people.

“The Conscience Organisation is honoured to be included in this great work”.

Founder and CEO Clive Burcham.

“Essentially, the partners of this project have joined together to end an entire country’s water problem. It’s incredible” said Founder and CEO of The Conscience Organisation Clive Burcham.

Photo Credit – Jay Gunning

The film is being launched across UNICEF, UNICEF USA, and Gucci’s Chime For Change, social channels to a global audience in the hundreds of millions. The launch coincides with the United Nation’s World Water day Friday March 22, 2019.

Photo Credit – Jay Gunning

For more information about this amazing project, check out the links below:

Beygood 4 Burundi- https://www.beyonce.com/beygood4burundi/
World Water Day- http://www.un.org/en/events/waterday/index.shtml

The Conscience Organisation recently signed a global long-term agreement with the United Nations’ division Unicef which covers all aspects of digital marketing and film production.