Participatory Video is a methodology that invites communities to create their own films, giving them ownership over how they are represented.
InsightShare, a member of the Video4Change Network, specialises in using Participatory Video as a tool for change and a platform for marginalised communities to protect their land.
Below are some examples of videos produced by the Indigenous El Molo people who inhabit the shores of Lake Turkana in Kenya, also known as the Cradle of Mankind. The videos provide an intimate look into the lives of these people.
Watch how some elders travel to Moite mountain for a sacred ceremony of connecting with ancestors:
Learn about the significance of palm in the El Molo culture: