Justdiggit reaches millions of people directly online and via TV, Out-of-Home, cinema and radio.
We always communicate from positivism, because we believe that people see and hear too many negative messages and need action, perspective and hope. Together with many media partners who sponsor us with free media space, creation, production, Pr and (online) distribution, we reach millions of people in several European countries with our commercial and message.
To promote our solution to the world, we develop positive campaigns. Our 2019 campaign explains how our regreening projects work and shows the results in just a few months time. Dig | Green | Cool, it’s that simple.
Campaigns in Africa
With the help of our media partners, who have been supporting us for years, we have already been visible on many television screens and billboards in Europe, but where is it even more important to show our impact? Exactly … where the projects take place, Africa!
Thanks to our great international media partners Kinetic, Havas Lemz, JCDecaux and MacLoud we can now be heard on Tanzanian radio, in Swahili! But not only that, the Tanzanian streets also turn green with our billboards. All this media space is offered completely sponsored.
Kijanisha Dodoma iwe Poa means: “A greener Dodoma is a cooler Dodoma!”
Our 2018 campaign shows the positive results of our projects in Kenya and how our method works. The message we want to share is that large-scale regreening not only has a positive impact on the climate, it also contributes directly to water and food security, biodiversity and the promotion of the local economy. (The campaign is only available in Dutch)
This campaign is powered by:
Floortje Dessing (ambassador Justdiggit)
Justdiggit’s 2017 campaign shows our work and the results of one of our projects in Kenya. It shows with real images the difference of greening after only 8 months, from dry to green and fertile.
The 2016 campaign linked the green shovel to the projects that we are developing and the warming of the earth and other Sustainable Development Goals.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu is a South African human rights activist. For his efforts against apartheid he received the Nobel Peace Prize. He is the patron and an indefatigable ambassador for Justdiggit.