Doctors without Boarders (Médecins Sans Frontières, MSF) does extensive HIV/Aids education and community work in South Africa.

As a result of the unique-to-South Africa Khayelitsha township model, their South African chapter works with community workers to engage, educate and support underserved communities. 

Khayelitsha community workers and Doctors had to make a film called “A MSF Khayelitsha for all” in order to cultivate belonging. 

Three teams made up of community workers and doctors had to write a script, produce, direct, act and shoot a film together in just 2 hours.

 Leveraging the critical skills needed to make a film such as communication, active listening, leadership, teamwork and so much more these teams had to put their differences aside to make a film together.