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Apsara and All the Children of the World

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Three hundred thousand people or families in seven developed countries support an equal number of children from extremely poor families from 22 countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America. By looking at the daily life of eight-year-old Apsara Dital, we see not only the struggles of a Nepalese community but also the world-wide fraternity represented by the Foster Parents Plan. This plan assures a better future for poor families without uprooting them or showing a lack of respect for them.

1989, 57 min 51 s