These last few years, Ghana has become one of the main destinations for electronic waste from Europe and the United States. In the capital, Accra, a fully-fledged market has been set up for “e-waste” traffic, an illegal business, tolerated as a financial godsend. Ghanaians living in Europe and the United States take in used computers and dispatch them home by boat.
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