A collection of various media
Fred & Bonnie Cappuccino receive the ONEXONE Difference Award on September 9 2007.
ONEXONE Canada is a registered charity with a mission to improve the lives of children in Canada, the USA and around the world with programs dedicated to five fundamental pillars: water, health, education, play and food.
Production of sanitary napkins in India.
A playful little video about one of Child Haven International's larger homes in India, Kaliyampoondi. The music is provided by Ottawa band Galithca. http://www.galitcha.com/. Film by James Douglas
This video is a playful look at a day at the Child Haven International Home in Hyderabad India. The music is provided by Ottawa band Galitcha. http://www.galitcha.com/. Film by James Douglas
Sean Collins interviewed on Daytime Ottawa August 3, 2012, in support of Child Haven International
Canada's CTV's W5 travels to Kaliyampoondi, India, in 2011, to get a first-hand look at one of our Child Haven International projects. part1
Canada's CTV's W5 travels to Kaliyampoondi, India, in 2011, to get a first-hand look at one of our Child Haven International projects. part2
Child Haven International. Video by James Douglas, Voice Overs by Meena Roberts
In their own words, children tell about their lives in the communal home and dreams for the future. Written and directed by Ian Cameron, a Canadian video producer specializing in international development. www.icproductions.ca
In this video, Bonnie and Fred discuss why they started Child Haven, the challenges of supporting over a thousand kids and international development issues. Written and directed by Ian Cameron. www.icproductions.ca
In this video, women in Nepal and India talk about the challenges of poverty, discrimination and raising children. Script, camera, editor, director: Ian Cameron. www.icproductions.ca.
Ever wanted to volunteer overseas? In this video, three Canadians explain the joys and challenges of working at an orphanage in Nepal for Child Haven International. They have donated their time for three months to help 200 children. Age is no barrier. The "interns" range from early twenties to late fifties. Written and directed by Ian Cameron, a video producer specializing in international development. www.icproductions.ca