Portfolio

Please have a look at Digital Stories to see some of the digital stories I’ve produced in the past.

Although “Mind Your Story” is mainly here to offer you services concerning digital storytelling, I also have storytelling experience that is not digital. You will find some of the stories I’ve written and other work that is not purely digital storytelling such as a digital story telling guide under Publications If interested in non-digital storytelling services please send an e-mail to elisabeth@mindyourstory.org.

Please also have a look at some of the photo’s I’ve made in my Google+ collections.

Finally besides “Mind Your Story” I have another ongoing project which is called Life Changing Stories of Beautiful People. It is a blog where I write down the amazing stories of beautiful people I’ve been lucky enough to meet. Please have a look and get inspired for doing something good for the world.

Digital Stories

Not the wheel again

Two-wheel Tractors and Conservation Agriculture for Sustainable Intensification in Ethiopia

Revitalizing small-scale agriculture in Zimbabwe: Conservation Agriculture using the 2-wheel tractor

Powering Smallholder Agriculture in Eastern and Southern Africa

Published September 2015 Commissioned and published by: The African Conservation Tillage Network (ACT) for the “Farm  Mechanization and Conservation Agriculture for Sustainable Intensification” (FACASI) project (www.facasi.act-africa.org). FACASI is implemented by the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT) in Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania and Zimbabwe. This digital story depicts the way in which 2-wheel tractors can offer a solution for the decrease in farm power in Eastern and Southern Africa.

Farmer field days in the Nile Basin Development Challenge

Published on Apr 10, 2014 This digital story was produced to communicate work done by the Nile Basin Development Challenge (NBDC), specifically activities undertaken by the team working on ‘Technologies, Institutions and Policies’. The NBDC aimed to improve the livelihoods of farmers in the Ethiopian highlands through land and water management and was funded by the Challenge Program for Water and Food.

Innovation platforms for improved livelihoods and rainwater management in Ethiopia

Published on Apr 11, 2014 This digital story was produced to communicate work done by the Nile Basin Development Challenge (NBDC), specifically activities undertaken by the team working on ‘Technologies, Institutions and Policies’. The NBDC aimed to improve the livelihoods of farmers in the Ethiopian highlands through land and water management and was funded by the Challenge Program for Water and Food.

Farmers use Desho grass to feed livestock in the Ethiopian dry season

Published on Oct 28, 2013 A family explains how they use ‘Desho’ grass as a feed for their livestock and the challenges they have during the dry season. They practice cut and carry system by keeping their cattle in the compound which lets them have sufficient fodder during the dry season. The photofilm is produced by the project on “Enhancing communities’ adaptive capacity to climate-change induced water scarcity in drought-prone hotspots of the Blue Nile

NBDC experiences with fodder development in Fogera, Ethiopia

Published on Apr 11, 2014 This digital story was produced to communicate work done by the Nile Basin Development Challenge (NBDC), specifically activities undertaken by the team working on ‘Technologies, Institutions and Policies’. The NBDC aimed to improve the livelihoods of farmers in the Ethiopian highlands through land and water management and was funded by the Challenge Program for Water and Food.

Publications

Revitalizing small-scale agriculture in Zimbabwe Photo-book that explains how 2-wheel tractors can assist Zimbabwe’s agricultural sector in dealing with the growing demands.

Powering Smallholder agriculture in Eastern and Southern Africa. Photo-book that depicts the way in which 2-wheel tractors can help increase the power of farmers in Eastern and Southern Africa.

Producing digital stories and photo films: How to make stories with photos and audio recordings Guide I made for the International Livestock Research Institute in order to make it possible for the employees of the organization to make digital stories on their own.

CREPA is listening to you; Testimonies about 20 Years of Actions  Throughout the speeches of professionals from the field of water and sanitation, representatives of donors, partners and particularly beneficiaries, you will make a voyage in the pass, the present and the future of CREPA. You will travel to many African countries. You will be taken through times and cultures, and the mission, vision and action of CREPA will be your logbook.

Spiegels in de tijd Successful publication with life stories of third generation Turkish and Moroccan girls in the Netherlands.

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