The Emergency situation in Africa. Valley of hope

United Kingdom, 1984

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Episode of Series “Global report”.
This compilation tape consists of two programs. 1. “Emergency situation in Africa” illustrates the related problems of farming, malnutrition, disease and rural-urban migration in Africa. (22 mins.) 2. “Valley of hope” shows some of the benefits of having a health care worker in a developing country by comparing infant survival in two villages in Colombia; one which has a health care worker and one which doesn’t (30 mins.) “Valley of hope” is also available as an individual title.

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David Bowen-Jones

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London Film Productions




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