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Adele Women Association - Nkwanta 'Upper Volta' Ghana

THE BRONG AHAFO REGION (Click on Link)

Ghana is a tropical country south of the Sahara desert in West Africa with a short 539 km long coastline on the South Atlantic Ocean. The country has a land area of 239 thousand square kilometer. The capital is Accra it is 5 degrees north of the equator and lies nearly on the prime meridian (O degrees longitude) south of London. There is two distinct rain seasons in the south: May - June and August - September where in the north the rainy season tends to merge. A dry but gentle, north -easterly wind, the Harmattan blows in from the Sahel and the Sahara desert from January to February, annual rain fall in the coastal zone averages is 83 centimeters (33 in). The area produces: cocoa, mineral, timber. The country is 396 meters (300-1,300ft) above sea level.

 

There two monkeys (a) Mona Monkeys who eat food and fruits (b)White Colobus also eat only herbs. And when they die they buried in a special place.

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"Our pathway must be up through the soil,
up through swamps,
up through forests,
up through streams and rocks,
up through commerce, education, and religion!
In my opinion, we cannot begin at the top to build a house.  
If we try to do this, we shall reap in the end the fruits of our folly".

Booker T. Washington

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