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In Ghana, girls and young women from the rural countryside make up the largest group of people flooding into big cities looking for work, often to pay school fees. Most of them find work in the markets. But it's a rough life with few guarantees.
Waves of women and girls from Ghana’s impoverished north have been going to big cities to earn money, often to pay school fees. In the capital Accra, one tribal chief is trying to take care of thousands of them.