Warning, there are emotional scenes in our latest video from our latest international assignment in Argentina, South America.
As we arrived in Bueno Aires, the country’s capital, to film the ‘One Egg Per Day’ programme aimed at breaking the cycle of child malnutrition in Argentina, we encountered huge street protests against the handling of the country’s economy.
Hyper-inflation has made the cost of food beyond the means of many poor families so the ‘One Egg Per Day’ programme is seen as an essential part of the attempt to get children a healthy meal each day.
The background to the project dates back around five years when Maria Farina, who works in Argentina with our biggest client, Ceva Animal Health, announced at a company convention that she and her colleagues were launching the programme after seeing an emotional news report featuring two children from a poor family.
Watch our video to find out more: