Economic change in a development country No.2: Wulukum

Papua New Guinea, 1970

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Episode number 2 of Series “Economic Change in a Developing Country”.
Discusses the socio-economic features of Wulukum, a Sepik village in the Torricelli Mountains, North-West New Guinea The film indicates the geographical location of the Wulukum village in the foothills of the Tarricelli Mountains near the Sepik River. It then shows how the changes have so far, provided little reinvestment of income into the village and that more positive changes will be required to stimulate further economic development.

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