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Mozambique [electronic resource]

This documentary studies the cultural landscape of Mozambique through the lens of that country's television programming. TV shows include… Canal Zero, Historias do Bairro (Neighborhood Tales), Public Service Messages, Brazilian Telenovelas, The Greatest Portuguese of All Time, For Law and Order, Sorriso (Smile), Talk Shows, Full Stop, Mais Jovem (Younger), Fama Show (Glory Show).
Online
2009
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Mozambique [electronic resource]: Stolen Children

The use of kidnapped children as fighters was a systematic practice by RENAMO, Mozambique's guerilla-led opposition movement. Julio was 10 years old and asleep with his family when RENAMO troops stormed his village, killing many and dragging Julio away to become a soldier. This documentary follows Julio's journey, after his escape, to be reunited with his mother - and although his story has a happy ending, many parents find their long-lost children have become hardened assassins who bear little resemblance to the children they lost. The film includes interviews with the UN's head in Mozambique, the prime minister, and RENAMO leader Alfons Dhlakama.
Online
1994
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Mozambique [electronic resource]: Signs of Growth

New international investment and steady growth have made Mozambique a promising African economy, but little of that change has trickled down to the citizens, many of whom still struggle to afford staple foods. In this NewsHour report, Ray Suarez explores how the growing economy has left many of the poorest people behind. Origina?
Online
2010
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Mozambique [electronic resource]

This film looks at Father Jose Padin, a Maryknoll missioner from Puerto Rico, as he serves a village in the Nissia Province of Mozambique. A trained counselor, he talks to civil war survivors about their experiences in an effort to heal psychological wounds and build trust and lasting peace among the Metangula community. Local development initiatives include building small scale corn mills and providing medicine to counteract a high child mortality rate in a nation crippled by internal conflict.
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2015; 2000