P6M Ghana

This week Vicki came to our class and told us about how life is in Ghana. There houses are made out of straw for the roofs and mud for the walls. They don’t have washing machines so you have to wash your clothes by yourself. It doesn’t matter how old you are or if your a girl or a boy you still have to do it. For getting water you have to walk miles to a water pump you have to pump to get water out and then you need to carry it on your head so back does not hurt after. There is a school but it is not as good as our school. The tables are made out of  wood. There is also an orphanage for people whose mum and dad have passed away or left them on the roads because it is too much money. If you have a baby sibling you have to babysit them even if you are still a child you have to wrap them on your back with a cloth type of materiel. If there is a car that is going the same place as you. You have to jump on top of the car it is really unsafe because your hands are holding on and your hands are slippy and there is potholes the size of you, you can get flung of the back of the car and you can really get injured and the doctors are not really good there. Music there is really fun the use hand made drums and other instruments and they play them on the side of the road.

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