The African scene: youth builds a nation in Tanzania

Canada, 1970

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Emphasises the importance of “nation-building” by showing girls of a government-operated secondary school in Tanzania helping their country to develop a better standard of living. Also shows use of co-operative farming as a means of increasing agricultural production and improving rural life.

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Encyclopaedia Britannica Films

Visual Education Center, Toronto


H Lemieux



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