GHANA PARAPHERNELIA
Insecticide used to reduce malaria transmission
Insecticide used to reduce malaria transmission. Malaria is caused by Plasmodium protozoan parasites that are transmitted by the bites of mosquitoes. It causes periodic fevers and can kill. It affects millions of people in tropical and subtropical regions of the world. The Anopheles mosquitoes are the major vectors for the disease in Africa. This footage is part of research into the use of biodegradable pyrethroid insecticide on bed nets to reduce the transmission of malaria. Filmed in Ghana in 2008.
The Shock Team of January 23, 2024 (EDC).
L'Equipe
10/27/67 A0035530 GHANA: GHANA:
10/27/67 A0035530 GHANA: GHANA: UNCUT "GHANA" SHOWS: SIGN (CANCERY EMBASSY OF GHANA): EXT OF THE BUILDING : SHOTS OF A FLAG, A MAP: SHOT OF DTHE AMB AND OTHERS IN THE OFFICE: SHOTS OF A PRESS CONFERENCE IN PROGRESS ~IL: (SHOT 10/27/66 - 150FT) GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS - GHANA - EMBASSIES - US US - FOREIGN RELATIONS - GHANA GHANA - FOREIGN RELATIONS - US XX / 150 FT / 16 - NEG
PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON MEETS WITH GHANA PRESIDENT JERRY RAWLINGS (1995)
A colorful ceremony marks the independence of Ghana.
Major events of the year 1957. United states Vice President Richard Nixon and his wife at a colorful ceremony to celebrate the independence of Ghana from colonial rule. Tribal dancers dressed in traditional attire perform at the ceremony. Kwame Nkrumah, the newly appointed President of independent Ghana at the ceremony. Soldiers march as a large crowd witness the celebrations marking the independence after years of colonial rule. Location: Ghana. Date: December 23, 1957.
Medium wide angle looking over low mud walls to village whilst villagers are building new hut with people, then clean of people at end of shot
Land, Ghana, Africa, Africa, building, Ghana, Ghana hut, Ghana village, mud hut, mud walls, new hut, people, village, villagers, West Africa, Medium wide angle, Land, Time Lapse
Compilation: Artisans de l'ONF
Shots of NFB filmmaker Roger Hart and Susan Dudley(?) On shoot in Ghana en 1974.
Queen visits Ghana and African lifestyle 1962
Kwame Nkrumah
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Ghana IMF Reax
Ghana IMF Reax
GHANA (CQ04174)
Women in traditional dress line up to vote to become an independent nation. People listen to a man giving a speech in the British colony of Gold Coast. Sign for polling station. African people line up to vote. Kwame Nkrumah on line to vote. People vote to create nation of Ghana. Men count ballots. Men at board tally votes. Headline: NKRUMAH WINS BY BIG MARGIN. Nkrumah rides in celebration parade. Duchess of Kent arrives at airport. Nixon meets with Nkrumah. People cheer as new Ghanan flag goes up. Door at 10 Downing Street, London. Prime Minister MacMillan speaks of Ghana independence. Modern buildings, streets in Ghana. Crowd of kids mug for camera. Kids come out of school. Independence Day celebrations in Ghana. Premiere Nkrumah watches parades in arena, talks with United Nations Representative. Stadium stands filled with people. Women dance at independence celebration. Vice President Richard Nixon and Pat Nixon look on. Beauty pagent, Miss Ghana crowned. Exterior of the United Nations in New York. Ghana joins the United Nations. Ghana's representative to the UN, Seth Kobla Anthony, greeted by delegates. Bustling city and market traffic in Ghana. Privately-run busses loaded to transport people, close up of busses all with unique names "As Usual", "Oh Life", "Why Worry". Busses along rural African roads in Ghana, through villages. A ferry carrying people across the Volta River loaded with people and vehicles. New bridge built across the Volta river.
street scene in african village
villagers in west african street
1957
Vice-President Richard Nixon and Patricia Nixon in Africa, Republic of Ghana, shots of native dancers - b&w
CRISIS IN THE CONGO - REEL 1
Congo. <br/> <br/>LS. Three high angle shots of Leopoldville - the area where the white Belgians stay. M.S. of the Ghana Airways plane which was put at the disposal of Mr. Kasavubu and Mr. Lumumba by the Ghana Government. Various shots as Hon. Krobo Edusie, Ghana's Minister of Transport and Communication, and Mr. Kwaku Boateng, Minister of Information & Broadcasting paid a visit to the Ghana Army in Leopoldville. They had some discussions with them. LS. MS. CU. Various shots of Hon Edusei and Hon Boateng at the Head Quarters of the Ghana Army in Leopoldville. They walk towards the Ghana flag and have discussions with Captain Aquah of the Ghana Army. CU. Hon Krobo Edusei. CU. Hon Kwaku Boateng. LS. of the River Congo. MLS. The Ghana delegates having a discussion at the residence of the Ghana Ambassador in Leopoldville. CU. Hon. Krobo Edusei. CU. H/E Mr. Djin Ghana's Ambassador in the Congo. CU. Hon Kwaku Boateng. H/E Nana Nketsia, Adviser to Ghana Govt. on Cultural affairs. Various street scenes in Leopoldville. Various shots of Congolese women in Leopoldville Good CUs. Congolese types. <br/> <br/>(Mute. Lav)
Ghana
- Local village woman prepares meal in Atta Akuraa with Vitamin A rich foods,(various shots)
DIPLOMAT FROM GHANA - 1966 - HD
Dr. Bossman, an ambassador from Ghana, arrives at an airport. Direct transfer from film, Apple Pro Res 422 HQ 1080p.
Ghana New Nation
Ghana New Nation. A report of the new independent African nation of Ghana. 1950s, Africa, Ghana, Transatlantic Teleview, Robert Mckenzie, Robert Mackenzie, Gold Coast, Accra, sailboat, dancehall, couples dancing, sayings displayed on vehicles, women carrying things on their heads, modern buildings, Industrial Development Corporation, libraries, museums, hotels, traffic jam, man chopping down cocoa beans from tree, timber, logs being dragged through forest, port, Senior Civil Servant in Ministry of Housing Robert Gardiner talking about Ghanian administrators overseeing development, African young men wearing robes in university / college, Robert Mackenzie interviewing Ministry of Trade and Labor Commercial Officer Gloria Addai about role of women in Ghana, politics, illiteracy, children seated at desks in school raising arms and teacher calling on student, eduction, adult student writing letters on chalkboard, crying baby, community development, Robert Mackenzie interviewing Monsignor O'Grady about community development in Ghana, Ghana independence, Robert Mackenzie interviewing Prime Minister Kwame Nkrumah about Ghana independence, native children waving, village, Apapam, Apapam-Akropong Road, men clearing forest debris to construct road
Rock Art In Nambia
Land, History, Leisure, Namibia, Africa, Ghana, Outdoors, Rock, Art Work, Medium Shot, Landmark, Day
people walking down the street in ghana
small village street in ghana, west africa
Bed net use to reduce malaria transmission
Bed net use to reduce malaria transmission. Malaria is caused by Plasmodium protozoan parasites that are transmitted by the bites of mosquitoes. It causes periodic fevers and can kill. It affects millions of people in tropical and subtropical regions of the world. The Anopheles mosquitoes are the major vectors for the disease in Africa. This footage is part of research into the use of biodegradable pyrethroid insecticide on bed nets to reduce the transmission of malaria. Filmed in Ghana in 2008.
The Evening Team of 22 January 2024 (EDS).
L'Equipe
1978 London Financial District
London, England - Bank of England - central bank - financial district - City of London - Threadneedle Street sign - bank - businessmen walk - bank exteriors - National Westminster Bank - Lloyd's Bank Limited - Bank of Scotland - Coutts & Co - Mitsui Bank of Japan - Ghana Commercial Bank - The Toronto Dominion Bank - Continental Illinois National Bank of Chicago - Tilt up Barclays Bank building - Barclays sign - travelogue - United Kingdom - UK travel
Africa Airline and natives of Ghana 1960s
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