Water for Tonoumassé
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In the south of Togo in West Africa, women spend up to 8 hours a day walking to and from the nearest river for their daily supply of water. Unknown to these women, the river water is contaminated and the source of debilitating water-born diseases. This video documents a project which is bringing potable water to 165 villages throughout Togo.

Awards and mentions
Prix Adate - documentaire à caractère éducatif
Festival de l'Association pour le développement et l'application de la technologie en éducation
Montréal
1987
Golden Sheaf Award
Yorkton Film Festival
Yorkton
1987
1987
Canada
28:00
Original language
French

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Credits

Direction
Garry Beitel
Photography
Marc Gadoury
Sound
Suzanne Corriveau
Editing
Bernard Labelle
Garry Beitel
Voice
Mireille Thibault
Jan Richman
Saran Touré
Sarr Rokhaya
Aissatou Touré
Mary Kabuga
Gordeon Robinson
Nelly Sewell
Joyce Sohati
Salma Soroka
Geneviève Wanjala
Text
Denis Goulet
Music
Alofafa
Mixing
Richard Angers
Production
Centre de ressource de la 3e avenue
Vidéographe
Cuso

Technical information

Color
Color
Image format
4:3
Sound
Mono
Stereo
Other languages
English
Keywords
Money, Water, Diseases, Dedication, Africa, Village