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Big thanks to all colleagues, friends, business partners and followers – who always supported and helped to make this year the most amazing year ever. Looking forward to make 2015 another successful one, got some new challenging projects coming up – stay tuned Wishing you all lots of healthiness, contentedness, happiness and success. Love Alex
BARCELONA, Spain and DOHA, Qatar, May 8, 2014 — Ooredoo and Leo Messi hold a joint press conference in Spain to announce the extension of the Mobile Health Clinics program. Two short films shot & directed by filmmaker Alex Klim premiered at the press conference and emotionally touched Leo and the audience. The feedback was overwhelming and the films are finally released to the public, watch it here.
Film: Making a difference in Indonesia
Ooredoo, Indosat, and the Leo Messi Foundation partner together to make a difference in people’s lives in Indonesia. Inspiring clip showing the work of the mobile health clinics.
Shot & Directed by Alex Klim
Film: Making the case for mobile health clinics in Myanmar
Ooredoo and the Leo Messi Foundation are partnering to launch mobile health clinics in Myanmar. Watch this beautiful video as we take you through Myanmar to show you how we plan to help bring healthcare to people in need.
Shot & Directed by Alex Klim
Official Press Conference with Leo Messi – May 8, 2014 (Full Video)
The Ooredoo Mobile Health Clinics Initiative provides healthcare services in rural areas that do not have easy access to medical facilities. Launched in partnership with the Leo Messi Foundation in 2013, the programme aims to reach two million children by 2016, focusing on Ooredoo’s markets in the Middle East, North Africa, and Southeast Asia.
As so many people asked me about my recent trip to Iraq, here’s a short travel report. Don’t be harsh on me, it’s my first one… Let me know your thoughts or if you got any further questions. Enjoy reading, Cheers Alex
When I was first asked if I’d be willing to shoot and direct a commercial for a product launch in Iraq, I had no idea whether this was a good idea or not. My first reaction was like ‘Omg , Iraq! Why on earth would I wanna go there?’… It turned out to be in Sulaimaniyah, a huge city with around 1.6 million people in the south of Iraqi Kurdistan. After talking to the Austrian ambassador in Amman (we have no embassy in Iraq) and a chat with my client about the trip and organizational stuff, I decided to go for it. That was the start to my short 3 day journey to a new part in my travel life. My flight was scheduled for Jan 7 from Doha to Sulaimaniyah, which is a short flight of around 2hours. We had some delay in Doha but after 2 hours we finally hit the runway towards Iraqi Kurdistan. Lucky me, with my Passport I don’t need any VISA for Kurdistan. Officially I would need one for whole Iraq but the local authorities allow a 15day stay if you fly in directly via Erbil or Sulaimaniyah.
So here we go, Alex goes Iraq. Sounded a bit scary first, but I was sure it’ll all be fine.