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19 Item(s)
  1. Beyond Visible Scars

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    Beyond Visible Scars

    In this film people affected by armed conflict, violence and emergencies describe their experiences, which have consequences beyond the visible.

    With the mental health and psychosocial s... [Learn more]

    Fr.5.00
  2. Combating TB, HIV and malaria in detention – Uganda’s experience

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    Combating TB, HIV and malaria in detention – Uganda’s experience

    This film shows how successful three prisons in Uganda have been in significantly reducing the spread of tuberculosis, HIV and malaria amongst detainees. [Learn more]
    Fr.5.00
  3. Health care in danger: The human cost

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    Health care in danger: The human cost

    The law says hospitals, ambulances and health-care workers must be protected and should never be targeted as they carry out their regular duties. This is often far from the reality. Worldwide, the ... [Learn more]
    Fr.2.00
  4. Peru: search for the missing "From the Field" series

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    Peru: search for the missing "From the Field" series

    It is 27 years since her husband disappeared but Adelina is still searching for him. He is one of 15,000 Peruvians reported missing, caught up in battles between the Shining Path, a Maoist guerrill... [Learn more]
    Fr.2.00
  5. In detention: The humane way

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    In detention: The humane way

    Millions of people live behind bars. They have the right to be held in humane conditions. The ICRC visits 500,000 detainees in some 80 countries every year. [Learn more]
    Fr.5.00
  6. Afghanistan: war zone hospital "From the Field" series

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    Afghanistan: war zone hospital "From the Field" series

    A video documentary on Mirwais Hospital in Kandahar, which serves over 4 million people across southern Afghanistan. [Learn more]
    Fr.2.00
  7. Democratic Republic of the Congo: the lost children of Goma "From the Field" series

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    Democratic Republic of the Congo: the lost children of Goma "From the Field" series

    In the eastern region of the Democratic Republic of Congo, which has been ravaged by decades of war, hundreds of children are missing or separated. [Learn more]
    Fr.2.00
  8. Our world at war: 10 multimedia clips from 8 conflict zones

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    Our world at war: 10 multimedia clips from 8 conflict zones

    This DVD features 10 multimedia clips from five award-winning war photographers united to bring individual stories of loss and suffering in eight war-affected countries to the forefront of the worl... [Learn more]
    Fr.5.00
  9. Safe delivery: Traditional birth attendants in Liberia

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    Safe delivery: Traditional birth attendants in Liberia

    This film tells the story of a training programme, developed by the Liberian Ministry of Health and the ICRC, to improve the skills of traditional birth attendants. [Learn more]
    Fr.10.00
  10. Somalia: surgeons fight for life "From the Field" series

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    Somalia: surgeons fight for life "From the Field" series

    In 2007, intense fighting in Mogadishu has pitted military forces from the Transitional Federal Government, backed by Ethiopian troops, against fighters from Somalia’s Islamic Courts. [Learn more]
    Fr.2.00
  11. West  Bank: behind  the barrier "From the Field" series

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    West Bank: behind the barrier "From the Field" series

    Families from Salfit and Hebron talk about the trauma of living with military operations, being denied access to their land and facing constant restrictions on every aspect of life. [Learn more]
    Fr.2.00
  12. Women fleeing war

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    Women fleeing war

    The ICRC works to understand the specific needs of women displaced by war, in order to better help them. This film tells the story of five women displaced by conflict in Colombia, Liberia and Sudan. [Learn more]
    Fr.10.00
  13. Where are they now? Restoring and maintaining family links: the worldwide network of the ICRC and the Red Cross Red Crescent National Societies

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    Where are they now? Restoring and maintaining family links: the worldwide network of the ICRC and the Red Cross Red Crescent National Societies

    This video illustrates the methods used to trace family members and to restore family links. [Learn more]
    Fr.10.00
  14. The Missing: the right to know

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    The Missing: the right to know

    This short video provides a concise overview of the problems faced by the families of those who remain unaccounted for. It is ideal for opening meetings and discussions on the issue of missing peop... [Learn more]
    Fr.10.00
  15. The Missing: end the silence

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    The Missing: end the silence

    This video explores the tragedy of people who remain unaccounted for as a result of armed conflict or internal violence and the anguish that this causes to their families. [Learn more]
    Fr.10.00
  16. Child soldiers: the law says no!

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    Child soldiers: the law says no!

    Tamba and other former child soldiers promote the message that children should not be recruited into armed forces or armed groups, nor take part in hostilities. [Learn more]
    Fr.10.00
  17. Women facing war

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    Women facing war

    Eleven women tell their own individual stories of how their lives have been affected by war. [Learn more]
    Fr.10.00
  18. Working with women in war

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    Working with women in war

    This film explores how the ongoing work of the ICRC is beneficial to women affected by armed conflict. [Learn more]
    Fr.10.00
  19. Congo Kinshasa: the hidden battlefield "From the Field" series

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    Congo Kinshasa: the hidden battlefield "From the Field" series

    Brutal rape has become commonplace in some parts of the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, an area plagued by warring groups who prey on local people with little fear of retaliation. [Learn more]
    Fr.2.00