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  • 1. H E N R I E T T A D E N Y T H E U N I V E R S I T Y O F A K R O N AFRICA: A GREAT CONTINENT
  • 2. AFRICA IS A CONTINENT WITH 54 COUNTRIES
  • 3. GHANA •It’s original name was Gold Cost •Colonized by the British •Primary languages are English and French •Has about 81 languages( including dialects) •Main Religion is Christianity
  • 4. TYPES OF FOODS IN GHANA
  • 5. TYPES OF SPORTS PLAYED IN GHANA •Mainly Soccer •Ampe •Hop Scotch •Ludu •Oware
  • 6. CELEBRATIONS IN GHANA • “Our day” practiced at the elementary school at the end of the school year • Christmas • Easter • Ghana Independence Day (March 6th) • New Years • Funerals • Weddings
  • 7. TYPICAL ATTIRE FOR OCCASIONS
  • 8. TYPICAL ATTIRE FOR WEDDINGS
  • 9. TYPICAL ATTIRE FOR CHURCH
  • 10. KENYA • Total Population- 44,037,656 Provinces- 7 & 1 area[NBI];46 Districts • Poverty 40% & Unemployment 50% • Religions- Protestant 45%, Roman Catholic 33%, Muslim 10%, indigenous beliefs 10%, other 2% • Communities- About 42 • Languages-45 including: English, Kiswahili & indigenous • Cultural practices- Birth, Coming of Age, Marriage, Death • Literacy- 86.5% of adults & 92.3% of youth. • Military: Army, Airforce, Navy • Transportation: Airports(191), Railways, Roadways, water ports • Import and export trade & Tourism
  • 11. Nairobi- Main City Sources: Gov. of Kenya & Kenyan View (2011)
  • 12. Kenyan Cuisine Pilau- Rice dish Chicken Masala Chapati- Large flat bread Kachumbari- Salad
  • 13. Kenyan Attire • Varies with occasion
  • 14. WHY BUILD WELLS • Every day thousands of people in rural and some urban areas prepare to go to school and work and do not have access to clean water • No access to water or dirty water leads to illnesses and therefore people cannot go to work and school. • Building wells improves people’s lives and productivity. • It improves health and keeps students in school • Keeps animals healthy so that they can feed families in rural communities • Improves chances of building more schools • Reduces financial burdens on schools which often buy water to meet their basic needs. Their money can now go to books and other educational supplies
  • 15. FUNDRAISING • Bake Sales • T-Shirt sales • Art walks and craft sales • Dance/ Play performances where people pay to come and watch • Colorful Wrist bands
  • 16. THANK YOU! Any Questions?