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The Republic of Ghana. A story about Ghana and its people. Ghana is located on the gold coast of Africa and was o riginally colonized by the English. Because of this, Ghana’s culture has adopted many English aspects. . During English rule Ghana was a crown colony and

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The Republic of Ghana

A story about Ghana and its people

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Ghana is located on the gold coast of Africa and was

originally colonized by the English. Because of this,

Ghana’s culture has adopted many English aspects.

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During English rule Ghana was a crown colony and

was one of the major trading ports of Africa. Ghana

still relies on trade for most of their countries income.

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In 1957 Ghana was the first Sub-Saharan

country to gain its independence.

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Although some of Ghana’s land has rich gold and

jewel deposits, its main export is agriculture.

With over 66% of its population working in agriculture.

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Ghana ranks 135 out of 187 countries on the

United Nations Development Programme's 2011

Human Development Index.

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Although the south of Ghana has two growing

Seasons, most of the north is draught prone

and has no agricultural opportunities.

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Due to Ghana’s high poverty rates many of the popular traditional games and sports played in Ghana require little equipment and require a high level of endurance such as soccer and Snake tag.
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The two most popular sports in Ghana are Cricket

and Soccer, which both sprout from their

English colonization.

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Soccer in Ghana is by far the most popular sport.

Ghana has won the African cup 4 times since there

first appearance in 1963. Possessing the second

most African Cup titles behind Egypt.

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In 2010 Ghana was the third African team in history

to make it to the FIFA world cup quarter finals.

Ghana’s national team is currently ranked 22rd by FIFA.

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Ghanaian soccer players play on teams around

the world and are known for their competitive,

aggressive, and active style of play.

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A popular traditional Ghanaian game, is a

competitive tag game played by

all children, called Snake tag.

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Both soccer and snake tag are team games best

played with large numbers. Both of these games also

require little equipment and require a high level of

endurance and foot eye coordination.

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Due to the demanding agricultural jobs possessed

by many Ghanaians, physical endurance is a valuable

quality to have. Both soccer and snake tag are cheap

and fun ways to help build this skill.

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Due to Ghana’s history of tribal

villages/communities this could also explain

the emphasis on team and group games/sports.

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Snake tag also demonstrates the movement of snakes

and the importance to stay away from the snake’s mouth.

This is important because Ghana is home to 2 of the top

10 most poisonous snakes in the world and 6 of

the top ten most poisonous snakes in African

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References
  • http://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/history/
  • http://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/soccer/
  • http://goafrica.about.com/od/africasafariguide/tp/Africansnakes.htm
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