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Visiting Ghana October 11th to 17th
2011
Med luksus bus fra Accra til Kumasi
Velkomst på
Atwima Amanfrom SDA School
Lykke og glæde på en dejlig dag
Hvilken dejlig festdag
På vej ned til skolen
Headmasters
wife
Eleverne beder
Præsentation
The teachers made lunch for us
Tak til ”Tøj-torvet” for bolden.
Tak til DSV
Kumasi
– den 2. største by i Ghana
En ovn – til bagning af brød
Franks hjem
Vi kørte til skole i
udslidte taxi-busser.
Vores hotel: ”The Golden Kingdom”
Børn til møde i kirken
En ny kirke er her ved at blive bygget.
Kwaso Danso – Franks hjemby
Franks family
En Coca cola lastbil i ødemarken
Politistationen
Best friends: Frank and Mark
Ghana er en tidligere dansk koloni
 Danmark oprettede i 1658 en koloni på Guldkysten
i Afrika.
 Derfra kunne man sende g...
On
restaurant
Visiting a
waterplant
station
Sunyani,
the 2. largest
city in Ghana
Banana
and
papaya
trees
Can
you
see
the
pig?
Making Fufu
– their favourite dish
To build a new house is expensive and complicated.
Frank at the university
Fort Christiansborg, nu Osu Castle var det største danske
støttepunkt på Guldkysten i det nuværende Ghana, og
var udskibni...
Museum om den engelske kolonitid
Fra folkemordet i 1994 iRwanda
– mere end 800.000 mennesker mistede livet i løbet af 100 dage.
”Krogene” blev brugt til at...
Fangerum – fangerne blev stuvet sammen
– ingen slap ud før alle var døde!
Ingen turde
åbne denne
dør fra 1957
til 1992
Det viste
sig, at der
var guld
gemt i
rummet!
Englænderne
efterlod et
faresym...
Besøg på andre skoler
Her bygges en ny skole.
En ny børnehave.
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A school partnership

  1. 1. Visiting Ghana October 11th to 17th 2011
  2. 2. Med luksus bus fra Accra til Kumasi
  3. 3. Velkomst på Atwima Amanfrom SDA School
  4. 4. Lykke og glæde på en dejlig dag
  5. 5. Hvilken dejlig festdag
  6. 6. På vej ned til skolen
  7. 7. Headmasters wife
  8. 8. Eleverne beder
  9. 9. Præsentation
  10. 10. The teachers made lunch for us
  11. 11. Tak til ”Tøj-torvet” for bolden.
  12. 12. Tak til DSV
  13. 13. Kumasi – den 2. største by i Ghana
  14. 14. En ovn – til bagning af brød
  15. 15. Franks hjem
  16. 16. Vi kørte til skole i udslidte taxi-busser.
  17. 17. Vores hotel: ”The Golden Kingdom”
  18. 18. Børn til møde i kirken
  19. 19. En ny kirke er her ved at blive bygget.
  20. 20. Kwaso Danso – Franks hjemby Franks family
  21. 21. En Coca cola lastbil i ødemarken
  22. 22. Politistationen
  23. 23. Best friends: Frank and Mark
  24. 24. Ghana er en tidligere dansk koloni  Danmark oprettede i 1658 en koloni på Guldkysten i Afrika.  Derfra kunne man sende guld og elfenben til Danmark, og kolonien blev storleverandør af slaver til Caribien.  Danskerne måtte kæmpe med isolation, fattigdom og andre kolonimagters modstand, før kolonien endelig blev solgt til England i 1850.  Engelsk koloni indtil 1957
  25. 25. On restaurant
  26. 26. Visiting a waterplant station
  27. 27. Sunyani, the 2. largest city in Ghana
  28. 28. Banana and papaya trees
  29. 29. Can you see the pig?
  30. 30. Making Fufu – their favourite dish
  31. 31. To build a new house is expensive and complicated.
  32. 32. Frank at the university
  33. 33. Fort Christiansborg, nu Osu Castle var det største danske støttepunkt på Guldkysten i det nuværende Ghana, og var udskibningshavn for den danske slavehandel til sukkerplantagerne i Caribien. Fortet blev bygget i 1661 og skiftede ejer flere gange, men var det meste af kolonitiden et handelsfort på danske hænder. I 1850 solgte Danmark sine kolonier i Afrika og Indien og bygningen blev senere hovedsæde for den britiske koloniadministration i Gold Coast Colony. Bygningen anvendes i dag som Ghanas præsidentplads og er i dag benævnt efter distriktet Osu i det centrale Accra.
  34. 34. Museum om den engelske kolonitid
  35. 35. Fra folkemordet i 1994 iRwanda – mere end 800.000 mennesker mistede livet i løbet af 100 dage. ”Krogene” blev brugt til at rive ufødte børn direkte ud af kvinders maver.
  36. 36. Fangerum – fangerne blev stuvet sammen – ingen slap ud før alle var døde!
  37. 37. Ingen turde åbne denne dør fra 1957 til 1992 Det viste sig, at der var guld gemt i rummet! Englænderne efterlod et faresymbol på denne dør, da de forlod Ghana i 1957
  38. 38. Besøg på andre skoler
  39. 39. Her bygges en ny skole.
  40. 40. En ny børnehave.

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