Outtakes from edited film shows men and women in the process of thatching the roof on a new structure in their homestead. Shots of a man doing the actual weaving and tying of thatch to the pole rafters of a roof assisted by women who are carrying large bundes of cut grass from a field and tying off smaller bundles from which the man works on the roof. These scenes are followed by footage of a rainstorm with shots of rain beating off a grass roof.
T. Scarlett Epstein and Darrell Jackson, eds. 1977 THE FEASIBILITY OF FERTILITY PLANNING: MIRCO-PERSPECTIVES. Pergamon Press
Human Studies Film Archives, Smithsonian Museum Support Center, Suitland, MD