1st Field Trip (Part 3, Video)

Here’s the video I promised. It was shot at two the English language Access Program sites in the Sugd Region, about an hour south of Khujand. I was traveling with two U.S. embassy employees, Sandra Jacobs, Cultural Affairs Officer, and Mahmud Naimov, Assistant Cultural Affairs Officer.

The programs in this video are in Istaravshan and Ghonchi.

We then visited a program back in Istaravshan and then onto the town of Ghonchi. The following video captures the students introducing themselves in Istaravshan and entertaining us with songs in Ghonchi. The adult Tajik women are the teachers. This is my first video to be posted. While I have been taking photographs for decades, I am new at videography, as this video clearly indicates. But the kids are what are important.

http://www.youtube.com/my_videos_edit?ns=1&video_id=eK42LjgLdug

Please let me know if you can’t access the video.

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2 thoughts on “1st Field Trip (Part 3, Video)

  1. Sara Pfannkuche

    Nancy, you couldn’t acess the video straight from the site. I then copied the link and put it in a new tab but then it wanted me to sign into YouTube. I did sign in (I already have an account) but then it asked me to put in my mobile phone number. I found a way to skip this (it was a big difficult) and then I ended up in my own personal account. Not able to find your video at all. Sorry to tell ya this!
    Sara

  2. Russell

    HI Nancy – I also couldn’t get to it – the link went to a YouTube page which said that you have to create a channel!

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