Tony Latham is a media specialist working with a variety of materials, especially film. Uniquely for media production consultants, he not only writes, films, edits and narrates the commentary for most of his films, but writes drama stories for radio in developing countries.Tony started his overseas career as a volunteer (VSO) in Africa, after working for the BBC producing news film for many years. This led to a consultancy appointment with the British government for three years based in Africa, and then employment as a UNESCO consultant for another three years. Following this, Tony returned to the UK to become Director of Overseas Film Production and a board member of a UK company, during which time he was responsible for making over 100 films in Africa, funded mainly by the World Bank, EU and the Nigerian River Basin and Rural Development Authority. He became an independent consultant and filmmaker in 1983, working on projects funded by the World Bank, Asian and African Development Banks, EU, DFID, Unido, IFAD, The Ford Foundation, ICI Agrochemicals, private companies and organizations, and a variety of overseas governments. Tony officially retired in 2011, leaving him time to indulge his passion for writing, and thus this book.Tony has worked in many countries of the world, including Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brazil, Cameroon, Dominica, Egypt, Ethiopia, Germany, Ghana, India, Ivory Coast, Jamaica, Kenya, Liberia, Namibia, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Rwanda, Spain, St Vincents and the Grenadines, Tanzania, Thailand, The Gambia, Tonga, Uganda, USA, Vanuatu, Yemen where the above picture overlooking the Old City was taken, and Zambia.