GHANA: Noyaa School Jamestown – Education in the poor fishing district of Accra

The Noyaa School in Jamestown is located in the middle of a fisher community near the harbour in Accra. The infra structure of the area is in very bad state and the whole neighborhood is run-down. The citizens live under poor conditions and are focusing their lives mainly on fishing and preparing the catch. It is even more difficult to bring education to the children, because they have to help at work from early age. The voluntary teachers of the Noyaa School do a remarkable job there! Check out the interviews with the founder Emmanuel Mark-Hansen and teacher Jerry Quartey.


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