Change doesn’t happen alone. It takes people, working together, to achieve something meaningful. These are some of the amazing people we’ve already worked with. Want to see your organization here? Contact us!

Our Mission: Document the work of people and organizations, which ultimately strive for the betterment of their community through sustainable changes.

Our Vision:  A new media strategy that uses communication to inspire others to advocate constructive and benefitial work throughout the world.

Our work would not be possible if it weren’t for the people behind the projects. People that inspire us to continue the journey. These are some of the faces we’ve proudly come across.

This is what we do. We create documentaries so you can know about all the great work being done out there – and hopefully get inspired. Feel free to share the magic.

These are the latest news about People of Change: where we stand, what we’ve accomplished, how far we’re going. Whenever we feel strongly about a subject, here’s also where we like to express our opinion about it.

We believe positive examples serve as universal solutions for regional problems. Here’s a selection of some of the work being done by organizations and people throughout the world, all endorsed by People of Change because of their impact on local communities.

We are a group of filmmakers, communicators who believe in change. We use our knowledge towards a greater objective. We all have our day to day lives and People of Change allows to put our super hero suit, in the search for others…

People of Change documents the work of NGOs and individuals committed to the betterment of their communities. We believe positive examples inspire change and can foster worldwide solutions.



Handshakes in Africa can last for an entire conversation. At first impression, the sensation of having hands connected throughout minutes of interaction seemed rather awkward. After traveling around the African continent for almost three months, such bonding tradition got under my skin; and the circle of perspectives has reached a completion point.

Camera, Sights, Attraction in Rural Ghana (Part 2)

After returning from Sorano, I had an appointment with yet another community chief – this time around, Humjibre. A wise young man, Nana Kojo Twun had some valid ideas and suggestions to improve the community. At some point, he even suggested the creation of a game reserve within the dense forests of surrounding hills – all to induce local tourism. Furthermore, it was during his interview that one detail caught full attention: as he talked, his hands kept shaking. Whether fearing the camera, the questions, or even myself, I suddenly comprehended that just as nervous as I had been, these individuals most likely felt similar apprehension.

Camera, Sights, Attraction in Rural Ghana (Part 1)

Documenting life in rural Humjibre has been a series of fortunate events – and an immersion into the rich Ghanaian culture. After obtaining the chief’s (locally referred to as “Nana”) permission to film in the village, the delicate process of interviewing volunteers and community members legitimately started. Differently from previous experiences, the entire community has been mobilized to participate in the documentation; from the organization’s core staff to community members, the interviews have opened doors to a cultural tradition distinctive to this region of the world.

Extreme Busing and Fussing

If I had ever imagined that People of Change would bring me to such remote parts of the globe, I would have definitely fitted some essential items into my luggage (such as extra toilet paper). I am currently working in Humjibre, a rural village located approximately 450 kilometers/300 miles distant from Accra. Although such distance does not seem to be far fetched from normal standards, the documentation of Ghana Health and Education Initiative (GHEI) requires a journey of its own.