Dirty shoes create employment in Ghana


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Although dust makes life uncomfortable, it is the main source of employment for several young boys in Ghana. It is very common to spot young boys in the mornings with dirty wooden boxes filled with shoe polish, brush, thread, needle and glue moving from house to house to polish dusty shoes for a fee. This video profiles the life of one of the boys popularly known as shoe shine boys who has an ambition to become a nurse or land economist.

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