GHANA MOTHER

A woman gathers wood Monday, August 13 on the shore of a man-made canal near Dixcove, Western Region, Ghana. The woman is a member of the Nzulezu village, a floating community built on stilts that is only accessible via canoe. The Nzulezu villagers must travel 45 minutes each way via handmade canoe to gather food or go to school.

A woman gathers wood Monday, August 13 on the shore of a man-made canal near Dixcove, Western Region, Ghana. The woman is a member of the Nzulezu village, a floating community built on stilts that is only accessible via canoe. The Nzulezu villagers must travel 45 minutes each way via handmade canoe to gather food or go to school.

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