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[Independence LNA military parade]
|Date||[23 October 1967]||ID||7763|
The opening of Lusaka International Airport in October 1967, with views of the new terminal building from the runway. Press and news crews stand inside the terminal building listening to a man on a podium. The second part shows the LNA marching band and troops of soldiers and sailors parading through a street for the Independence Anniversary parade (?).
Looking on Darkness
This colour documentary film explores the lives of blind children in Malawi and how new schemes help to provide open primary education for both blind and sighted children in the same classroom. The film also explores village life from the perspectives of blind and sighted children and follows a group of teachers as they undergo training to learn the techniques needed to teach in the open school environment. The film has opening and closing titles, music and credits.
East African Safari
This amateur colour travelogue-style wildlife documentary shows a group safari tour in the Nariobi, Tsavro, and Sarengeti National Parks in Kenya and Tanzania. The film, accompanied by a voice-over and sound effects, describes the characteristics in behaviour, diet, and habitat preference, of a variety of native animal and bird species seen throughout the tour. The film features dubbed animal and ambient background sounds.
[Work and Leisure in Nigeria]
|Date||1974 - 1975||ID||2779|
Scenes from a long period the Woodward family spent in Nigeria. The film shows the family relaxing at their apartment and by the pool as well as views filmed traveling around the country.
The Right to Learn
A film celebrating the United Nations declared International Year of the Child, which focuses on the rights of children to education, produced by H. K. Lewenhak and Visnews International Training in 1979.
[Holiday in Tunisia]
Mr and Mrs Williams take a holiday to Nabeul, a coastal town in North Eastern Tunisia.
This colour documentary film explores the work of the Royal Commonwealth Society for the Blind in Kenya and Malawi. It shows a mobile eye clinic; doctors using an aircraft to dispense care with 'Sight by Wings'; blind children in a rehabilitative school in Kenya; and blind workers in factories and on farms. This film includes footage of adults and children being examined and treated by physicians, including surgical procedures.
Images of Africa
This colour documentary programme is presented by Michael Buerk from outside the Moorfields Eye Hospital in London. The film explores the work by the International Centre for Eye Health at Tanga Hospital, Tanzania and treating a blind community from the Pokot people. Several specialists explain their work and the history of the mobile eye care units. The film has opening titles and an end Sightsavers slate. Contains scenes of surgery.
Sightsavers in Africa
This colour documentary film presented by Mark Curry from the BBC's Blue Peter programme, follows the work of the BBC Blue Peter appeal in 1986 that raised over two million pounds for the Royal Commonwealth Society for the Blind (Sightsavers) in Africa. The film includes excerpts from the BBC programme leading into a film showing the extent of poor eye health of children in Kenya and the work being done to restore sight with money from the appeal.
A professionally made film promoting the work of the Pestalozzi US Children's Charity and the Pestalozzi Overseas Children's Trust. The work of the charities are discussed by two Pestalozzi workers, accompanied by footage of Pestalozzi villages in Africa and Asia.
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