An effective way to communicate and inspire change is through visual means. On this page, we highlight global health videos from our members, partners, and colleagues.
For more content, see the “Recommended Videos” playlist on our Youtube channel.
2020 Video Competition Winners
CUGH’s 7th annual video competition in partnership with the Pulitzer Center showcased important global health issues and innovations.
A short documentary about the relationship between climate change and HIV, focusing on an intervention called Shamba Maisha in western Kenya.
Anemia is a serious public health problem that requires a good understanding of the many possible causes in a particular context. However, knowing the causes of anemia is a complex endeavor. SPRING developed the District Assessment Tool for Anemia (DATA) to assist countries in strengthening anemia programming at the district level.
Dr. Chris Newman, a GP and ITU doctor at the Nightingale Coronavirus hospital in London, wrote a poem to highlight the similarities between Coronavirus and Climate change. Together with Mercury Prize nominated musician Sam Lee, a volunteer creative team from Argentina, Bangladesh, and UK, and six doctors from around the world, they set about creating a video to celebrate Earth Day 2020.
This video helps communities understand how cholera is spread and steps they can take to prevent it. The film integrates many different issues to show the causal links between human behavior/actions and the onset of disease. Originally developed to assist with education during the Haitian cholera epidemic in 2010, it is now used all over the world for cholera prevention and to teach sanitation and hygiene practices.
This video is part of a GHTC series, Local Research, Global Impact, which showcases the scientists behind groundbreaking, federally-funded global health research taking place across the United States.
This moving collection of short films was presented at a past Pulitzer Center CUGH Global Health Film Festival.