Working with a range of disability groups from across Indonesia, SBJ ensured full participation in the research, design and development of a visual learning series aimed to support persons living with disabilities further integrate and gain opportunities in the Indonesian workforce. Each film is available on www.difabelkerja.net both for streaming and for download.
Nutritional behaviour change in Eastern Indonesian communities is required to improve child health outcomes, and SBJ filmed and developed visual outcomes directly with health providers and the general community to promote the utilisation and understanding of improved nutrition intake.
SBJ’s original flagship project was the development of a longitudinal study across two years focused on recording the process and outcomes of health, education and other government frontline service provision in East Java and NTB provinces.
Supporting the technical research outcomes of adaptive wheelchairs and their impact on wheelchair users, SBJ worked with a number of storytellers across Bali to explain their experiences utilising such innovative and adaptive wheelchairs.