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Changing Worlds Series

"Highly Recommended. An eye-opening series that travels to Third World countries around the world showing important advances developing nations are making." -National Media Review
Hosted by Louis Del Grande, this series takes us to developing countries in Africa, Latin America, and Asia to show that although there is much that needs to be done, Third World countries are making advances and finding solutions to hunger, disease, and lack of education. Produced by Clayton Bailey. Series: 13 x 30-minute programs.

List of Titles


Africa: Two Steps Forward

Africa: Two Steps Forward

This program documents two successful projects in Africa, and we learn that development does not always have to be about some large machine. Advancements can be taken in very small steps. The first project is the development of mills that provide flour and bran for sale. Before mills were introduced, it took more than Click for more


After the Harvest

After the Harvest

Kenyan responses to factors that adversely affect field crops during storage; then how to improve crop yield with inexpensive modifications to storage structures; plus the safe use of chemicals. 95/08DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


Breaking New Ground

Breaking New Ground

This program shows new ways of spreading knowledge about crops to small-scale farmers in Ecuador and Peru to help them compete with large-scale landholders. 95/08DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


Food From the Sea

Food From the Sea

Host Louis Del Grande takes us to three Third World locations where advances are being made in the processes involved in getting food from the sea. Off the coast of Guyana, a state on the northern coast of South America, huge feeding grounds for marine animals also attract large numbers of commercial trawlers, Click for more


A Handle on Health

A Handle on Health

Access to a safe and adequate water supply is still one of the world's most pressing problems. Here we see how communities in Malaysia learn the importance of keeping water safe. 95/08DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


Harnessing the Monsoons

Harnessing the Monsoons

Shows how technology and ancient traditions work together in Sri Lanka. Here we meet researchers working with local villagers to develop a faster, maturing rice that makes better use of monsoon rains. 95/08DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


Health Workers

Health Workers

This program focuses on the training of rural health workers in Panama, Thailand, and Venezuela to provide medical advice and treatment where there are no doctors or hospitals. 95/08DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


Impact on Education

Impact on Education

The idea of introducing small, affordable, and effective changes to existing resources is one of the key areas in the development of new systems of education being tested in the Philippines and Pakistan. 95/08DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


Multi-Purpose Miracles

Multi-Purpose Miracles

In China, Thailand, and Indonesia researchers are improving two pillars: bamboo, to provide food, shelter, fuel, and medicine for more than half the human race, and rattan, a century-old Asian industry. 95/08DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


The Mysterious Milkfish

The Mysterious Milkfish

The Philippines' most popular fish - the Milkfish - can now be spawned in captivity. This has permitted a whole community of producers to get higher, more dependable yields. 95/08DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


Planting Knowledge

Planting Knowledge

How can up-to-date agricultural knowledge be spread from international research centers to the small-scale farmer? Here we see how in Botswana, Africa; the challenge is being met. 95/08DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


Plight of the Small

Plight of the Small

Demonstration farms and community cooperatives are shown to assist the rural peasants in Paraguay, South America, who are finding it more difficult to survive on their meager resources. 95/08DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


Trees of Plenty

Trees of Plenty

This program shows how agencies in Nepal, Costa Rica and Nigeria are trying to accomplish good things for people and holding out hope of a better life through small steps with new technologies. 95/08DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more





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