(a documentary)

A DAY IN MONROVIA documentary
By Abdoulaye W. Dukulé

June 2003: the people of Monrovia were running for their lives. Bombs were dropping on homes and hundreds of thousands were forced to abandon their homes to seek refuge in displaced camps or school buildings. Since October 2003, a new transitional government has been put in place thanks to the support of the United Nations and ECOWAS. This short documentary takes a glance at life in Monrovia, few months after the sitting of the transitional government chaired by Gyude Bryant.

Edited by Welma Redd, formally of ELTV and filmed by James Kpanquoi also of ELTV, the documentary takes a look at life as it unfolds in the capital city of Liberia.

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Running time: 33 minutes
(c) 2004 Africa Trade & Service Corporation