Life in the Ward follows the medical team at Paradise Private Hospital as they tackle serious health issues common in Papua New Guinea, such as pregnancy complications, infectious or chronic diseases and the crisis provoked by the COVID-19 pandemic. Dealing with a lack of clinics in the country, doctors and nurses dedicate themselves to saving lives and teaching the population how to keep healthy.
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Leave No One Behind is a 5-part series of documentaries produced by Film-Bro in cooperation with the Digicel PNG Foundation, touching on social issues from education to healthcare affecting rural communities in Papua New Guinea. Each of the five episodes features stories of individuals who have gone out of their way to help the marginalized people in some of the most remote parts of the country.
Action is a 10-part series shining a light on some of the most brutal cases of Sorcery Accusation Related Violence (SARV) in Papua New Guinea. It features stories of the victims of SARV (mainly women who have been accused of practicing witchcraft in their communities) and how churches, NGOs and certain individuals have tried to step in to help protect the victims and to bring out awareness on the topic so that it can be addressed on a national level by the responsible parliamentary leaders and by all citizens.
Youth Tok is a series produced by The Voice Inc. and Digicel PNG Foundation together with Film-Bro, designed to engage young people on some of the most pressing issues affecting Papua New Guinea as well as the rest of the world today, such as climate change, corruption and alcohol abuse.
Mysteries of the Human Body:
A series of documentaries about health and medicine. From viral attacks like COVID-19 to chronic diseases like diabetes, and even the exploration of a woman's body during pregnancy, these episodes examine what happens inside us, and how we can take better care of ourselves.