Nii Kwei lives in Accra, the capital of Ghana. He gets up at 6 o'clock every morning. He helps his sisters and brother tidy up the compound, then he eats a breakfast of coco (corn porridge), bread, fried eggs and a chocolate drink. At 7:30 he goes to school in a taxi. Later, on his way home, he goes to Abraham's material store with his mother. He ends the day playing football with his cousins, back at the compound. This book is part of the series A Child's Day, photographic information books concentrating on the daily lives and experiences of children in countries around the world, published in association with Oxfam. The other books in the series are Bongani's Day (South Africa), Boushra's Day (Egypt), Cássio's Day (Brazil), Enrique's Day (Peru), Geeta's Day (India), Huy and Vinh's Day (Vietnam), Iina Marja's Day (Lapland), Polina's Day (Russia) and Yikang's Day (China).
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Catherine McNamara studied at Sydney University before moving to Ghana in 1994. She is co-founder with Francis Provencal of Nuku Films and the Nuku art gallery in Accra.Francis Provencal's photography exhibitions include Shadow and Act, Accra, 1997, the Third Meeting of International African Photographers, Bamako, 1998 and Afrique en Creations in Paris in 1998/9. He is co-founder with Catherine McNamara of Nuku Films and the Nuku art gallery in Accra.
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