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Practical Household Economics for Schoolchildren Interview

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Practical Household Economics for Schoolchildren Interview

Survival Economics for School Children

Driven by poverty and family situations many children in impoverished villages in northern Ghana are forced to leave school early, often as young as 12 or 13 years old. Too often this sets in place another cycle of poverty as they lack the skills to supplement the little income they can earn from subsistence farming.

Listen as @Baraka’s Women’s’ Development Coordinator, @Amina Yussif meets with the Head Teacher of Kperisi School to discuss how the Income Generation Work Baraka has done with village women can be adapted for delivery in local schools

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