The fascinating story of the rehabilitation village at Uturu, Nigeria, where amputees injured during the Nigerian war are fitted with new wooden legs carved from local timber. They are then taught the skills which will enable them to face the future with dignity and hope.
|Ref. No.:||Title & Year|
|Ref. 52||Night Flight to Uli 05.02.1969|
|Ref. 77||How many Miles to Hopeville 14.01.1973|
|Ref. 176||Crossroads in Nigeria 01.03.1982|
|Ref. 177||Carve my Name in Yoruba 08.03.1982|
|Ref. 226||He was our Patrick 19.12.1985|
|Ref. 416||Radharc in Retrospect: Night Flight to Uli 03.08.1997|