Envisioned in 2006, InHouse Pictures stands out as your documentation partner, curating multimedia contents for all households in the communities.
A number of our works are on revealing human rights violations and injustice, addressing gender inequalities, environment, as well the aspects of water, hygiene and sanitation, and menstrual health management; both with diverse stakeholders – including the government, CSOs, and small enterprises and start-ups for both national and international audience.
Our borderless and diverse team is built by the foundation that media is a stronghold that can build and demolish as well. Altogether the team is demolishing negative perception on human rights, advancing communities’ needs while building on advocating for social inclusion thus working closely with diverse groups on land rights, indigenous peoples, food security and climate change, among many.
InHouse is therefore in place to amplify your work and introduce you closer to your audience; in different mediums.