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Mererani in northern Tanzania is the only place on earth where the precious stone tanzanite is mined. Every day thousands of children risk their lives in poorly constructed mine shafts for barely a meal a day. Despite efforts to curb this deadly practice, the global thirst for tanzanite continues to...

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Imprint:[Nairobi, Kenya] : IRIN, [2006]
Description:1 DVD (15 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Language:English
Undetermined
Subject:Child labor -- Tanzania -- Mererani.
Child welfare -- Tanzania -- Mererani.
Children -- Tanzania -- Mererani -- Social conditions.
Precious stone industry -- Tanzania -- Mererani.
Tanzanite -- Tanzania -- Mererani.
Child labor.
Child welfare.
Children -- Social conditions.
Precious stone industry.
Tanzanite.
Format: DVD Video
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/8004833
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Varying Form of Title:Tanzanite's child labour
Other authors / contributors:Pearson, Rand.
Kaigwa, Mumbi.
Mushi, Harry.
Banya, Grace.
United Nations. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.
Integrated Regional Information Networks.
Notes:Camera, Jandries Groenendijkj, Peter Karanja ; editors, Jandries Groenendijkj, Don Prior.
Narrator: Mumbi Kaigwa.
Commentary: Harry Mushi, Grace Banya.
PAL.
In English and native dialects with English subtitles.
Summary:Mererani in northern Tanzania is the only place on earth where the precious stone tanzanite is mined. Every day thousands of children risk their lives in poorly constructed mine shafts for barely a meal a day. Despite efforts to curb this deadly practice, the global thirst for tanzanite continues to drive these children undergound.

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