Selling our water, food and heritage for Gold and Bauxite

Duration: 3minutes

Video By: Daniel Kweitsu Obloni

Ghana stands the chance of suffering a serious water crisis if Atewa Forest which provides water to about 5 million Ghanaians is mined for bauxite. Current Illegal mining activities  within the forest landscape is affecting water supply to nearby communities. A case in point is the shutdown of the Water Treatment Plant in Kyebi, a community close to the forest.

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