We film all of the work we do and projects we deliver, then, thanks to a handful of skillful and generous cameramen and editors we make documentaries to tell the stories of the projects we deliver and the people we meet along the way. We screen these films all over the world, we enter them in competitions and we encourage people to share them to help create global awareness about the lives of children surviving on rubbish dumps.
This is our most recent short film Next Steps, it is about how we raise the funds and what we spend them on.
This is our documentary Small Steps: Nicaragua, A film charting the delivery of aid across the rubbish dumps of Central America's poorest country. (29 mins)
This is the documentary of the first Small Steps Project on Stung Meanchey Dump, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. (24mins)
Want to know more about Small Steps Project? This is an introduction of how and why the project started and what we do (2.30 mins)
One year later the team returned to Phnom Penh to see what had happened to those we helped. We were in for a surprise and a whole new dump- this time in sihanoukville.
Small Steps Project estimates that there are currently 80 inhabited dumps in the world, if not more! Our goal is to try and deliver a project on each. Watch this trailer Around The World in 80 Dumps to see why. (3 mins)