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Good Morning Ghana

Good Morning Ghana

Good Morning Ghana

Construction sites in Accra

Construction sites in Accra

According to the statistics department of Ghana, the industrial sector has been driven by construction in recent years.

Suburban life

Suburban life

With over 4 million inhabitants, the capital of Ghana has been the country's cultural, economic and administrative center since 1877.

To the looms

To the looms

Two children wait for a bus in the Ashanti region of southern Ghana. Behind them, a sign with directions to Adamwomase: the country's traditional textile center.

Textile from past to future

Textile from past to future

This is the Kumasi textile center. Here manual looms coexist with mechanized textiles. The sector is in decline: in the 1960s, its network of suppliers employed 25,000 people, by 2015 these had fallen to 2,500.

Remnants and colors

Remnants and colors

A fabric shop in the center of Accra. The Ghanaian government is supporting the recovery of the textile industry with tax breaks and a policy of attracting foreign investments.

The great lake

The great lake

A group of young fishermen at work on Lake Volta, where 90 percent of Ghana's aquaculture production is concentrated.

Fish stalls

Fish stalls

Mackerel and anchovies are among the most frequently caught fish in the waters of Ghana. But smoked fish can also be found among the stalls of the Jamestown market.

The Akosombo dam

The Akosombo dam

A construction worker photographed at the construction site opposite the Akosombo Dam, in the Volta region of southeastern Ghana.

Residential districts

Residential districts

Residential area in Tema, near the port of the same name. Built by Kwame Nkrumah after independence, it currently handles 80% of trade.

Container in the port of Tema

Container in the port of Tema

China has established itself as a significant trading partner for Africa. The flow of Chinese investments in Ghana reached 120 million dollars in 2018.

Chocolate for Ghana

Chocolate for Ghana

Installation by artist Ibrahim Mahama at the National Theater in Accra. The artist uses recycled cocoa bags to shed light on the gap between supply and demand. Ghana is ​​the world’s second biggest cocoa producer.

Good Morning Ghana

A modern country tied to its traditions. Gabriele Cecconi photographic report illustrates the economic development of Ghana and the vitality of some of its historical sectors, from cocoa to textiles.

The photographer: Gabriele Cecconi

Gabriele Cecconi is a documentary photographer who focuses on social, political and environmental issues. His work has been published in national and international journals. The project entitled “The Wretched and the Earth” has been exhibited around the world, garnering numerous international awards, including the Ethical Photography Award, POY, PX3 Photographer of the Year, and the Grand Prix Stenin. Cecconi traveled to Ghana to illustrate the facets of an emerging economy. His work describes a dynamic country that is developing strongly, with a growing role played by oil & gas in economic development and a political class determined to strengthen the other growth drivers as well.