Time for Global Action

TIME FOR GLOBAL ACTION (TFGA), designed to promote and encourage the adoption of the ‘inclusive business’ model as a component of corporate growth strategy globally, is a series of short films designed to advance the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. Each story covers a different issue, contextualising broader socio-economic issues and the need for such interventions.

TFGA is a multimedia initiative employing a co-creation process that uses Regency’s unique journalistic & cinematic style to craft fresh and authentic stories in various formats for both internal and external use. This narrative-based approach has been proven to build both internal and external relations that are beneficial in attracting and retaining the right talent, strengthening marketing relationships and deepening the emotional connection of the viewing audience to the parties concerned.

Season 2

CITI AND THE MALALA FUND


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Dedicated to Keeping Girls in School »» When 14-year old Amina Yusuf realised that her uncle was trying to convince her father that it was time for her to marry, she did everything in her power to persuade her parents otherwise and begged them to rather let her continue…..

KARPOWERSHIP


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Providing Enhanced Access to Power »» Countries often battle to supply adequate electricity to remote regions within their borders. Either the land is separated by masses of water, or power lines cannot reach the most remote regions. A fleet of floating powerships has found a way to overcome these…..

LIXIL


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Addressing the Sanitation Crisis – New Toilet System Fosters Behaviour Change in India »» The privilege of having a safe, clean and private toilet is not regarded as a privilege by many of the people on earth; indeed, it is taken for granted. However, 2.3 billion people still live…..

PROCTER & GAMBLE


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Access to Fresh Water »» Water is a scarce resource in Kenya and for many communities living in rural areas, access to clean drinkable water is still a major problem. Most communities collect water from dams, lakes and ponds that are contaminated with waterborne diseases such as diarrhoea and…..

UBS AND CHILD’S I FOUNDATION


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The Importance of Investing in Children »» It is a common fallacy that orphanages are the only, and most beneficial, solution for abandoned and orphaned children. Pastor Ruth Kahawa, founder of Smile Africa in Uganda, was dismayed at hearing that the cause she had steadfastly been campaigning for –…..