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Going Home


Exactly two years ago (1 Dec 2008), the team of Filmmakers and Producers from A Grandmother's Tribe made the exciting journey back to Kenya to keep a promise made to the Grandmothers that we would return to Premiere the film in their home country.

This journey was documented and thanks to Eileen Gallagher at Borderless Productions, we now have a beautiful 18-minute video on YOUTUBE to share with you. Eileen has Directed and Edited this story to give you an insight into what happened when the Grandmothers saw the film for the first time as well as some of the amazing initiatives that sparked from YOUR support through the CAMPAIGN!

The film is in 2 9-minute parts on YOUTUBE:
Part One:
Part Two:

Thanks once again for keeping this dream alive - one day we all hope that the Grandmothers will be able to enjoy their aging years through the safe protection of their own adult children from HIV/AIDS. In the meantime, we continue to celebrate their heroic support of their grandchildren left behind.
The AGT team. (by QIUJING WONG)

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bhagya's picture

This is awesome

I encourage movie goers to really think of watching this. I am eagerly lookingf forward to do so during the week end.. Thanks for sharing..I love watching movies,- especially that has an underlying message connected to it. I love my grand parents and appreciate their commitment and dedication to the society and to me personally. That gives me a boost to watch this..

Best regards,

Bhagya jojo

ola.mahadi's picture

great work

thanks for sharing Victoria

It is never too late to try make your way to your dream and left up your expectation.
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