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Ghana and its major cities.
Cutting Your Coat to Fit the Cloth
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Being the “middle child” anywhere can have its drawbacks. But in Ghana, it means more than having hand-me-down clothing. It can mean no chance for an education and a decent job.

Aid worker David Snyder met a “middle child” working in a bar in Ghana who dreams of some day getting a college education. When he can, this man saves $10 a month to make his dream come true. In the meantime, he says he must “cut his coat to fit the cloth” because he has no other option.
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