Outtakes from edited film shows anthropologist Joseph Ssennyonga and his perambulations between Maragoli homesteads interviewing a number of residents; interview with a pregnant woman about the frequency of her visits to the local clinic, the absence of her husband, the availability of food; interview with a group of women gathering for daily tea; interview with a woman school teacher about how she balances her responsibilities as a teacher with those of mother; talk about the chronic absence of her husband who works in Mombassa and how this affects their children; questions about family planning and what effect, if any, members of the extended family may have on this.
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
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