Life in Africa is something extremely different from the average American. The things we take for granted in America are basic necessities that some other developing countries simply don’t have. Take water for example. We have clean water in our toilets, while people in Ghana still walk everyday to the well to get their drinking water.
- Imagine getting up every morning and wondering where you were going to get water for the day.
- In the Kwahu South section of Ghana,the job of fetching the water is left to the women and children.
- the two surgeons would perform 60 operations., that is an incredible number of operations, considering one of the surgeons could only stay for a week
“Water in the U.S. is a cheap commodity that we take for granted. That is not the case in many parts of the world.”