4-H Ghana

 

Francis Baah, 17, is a member of Ehiamankyene 4-H in Ghana. He raises goats at home and grows corn and vegetables with his school's club. Photo by Kiera Butler.

Francis Baah, 17, is a member of Ehiamankyene 4-H in Ghana. He raises goats and rabbits at home and grows corn and vegetables with his school’s club. Photo by Kiera Butler.

An elementary school 4-H club in Ghana shows off a "garden egg" (eggplant) that they grew. Photo by Kiera Butler.

An elementary school 4-H club in Ghana shows off a “garden egg” (eggplant) that they grew in their school plot. They also grow other vegetables and corn. Photo by Kiera Butler.

Welbeck (center) with his family on the corn fields that he farms through a community-based 4-H club outside of the city of Koforidua, Ghana. Photo by Kiera Butler.

Welbeck (center) with his family on the corn fields that he farms through a community-based 4-H club outside of the city of Koforidua, Ghana. Photo by Kiera Butler.

Steve is a program advisor for 4-H Ghana. He travels to schools outside of the city of Koforidua to help schools set up and run 4-H clubs that grow corn and vegetable plots. Photo by Kiera Butler.

Steve is a program advisor for 4-H Ghana. He travels to schools outside of the city of Koforidua to help schools set up and run 4-H clubs that grow corn and vegetable plots. Photo by Kiera Butler.

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