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glettin$started
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r 'I'm still carryingbuckets water] on
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economists are cookingthe figuresJ
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science graduate, questioninggovernment
data on Ghana's economicgrowth n 2007
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Water provision is abig challenge in
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r nearly half of the 4,600employees of is not surprising that young people are
GhanaWaterwould be likely to lose their moving away from rural cocoa-growing
Bagsof cocoabeansat the Kaapa Kokoo jobs as the new private sectorcontractor areas, leavingthe older peoplebehind to do
cooperatiue soughtto cut costs the…

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Life in Ghanatoday
r Families struggleto payaverage rents
of US$16 a month.
r lt is common for oeople to livewithno
power, a bizarre situation in a country
which produces HEP. However, almost all Ashby, M. Megacities,migrationand Manila,4, 2-5
theelectricity generated is sold to thealu-
miniumsmelterand oricesare above Bek, D. and…

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