Street Girls: The Project
The Lifestyles of teenage street girls Mansah, Ayeley, Fati and Zilla are going to be changed by The Project.
What is the Project?
How will these girls cope individually with the challenges of their new environment?
Will they survive or go back to their old ways?
It’s time to meet the Street Girls in The Project
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Dr Adwoa Badoe trained as a physician in her native Ghana but has evolved quite naturally into an African Griot.
She is an author, story teller and teacher of African dance and lives currently in Guelph Ontario. She grew up loving the traditional dances of Ghana, West Africa. Her interest in dance has led her to learn dances from other parts of Africa. Her classes and workshops have a unique and infectious vibrancy, capturing the essence of the people, their celebrations and their lives.
Adwoa's first Childrens book, Crabs for Dinner was published in 1995. Since then she has published The Queen's New Shoes, The Pot of Wisdom (a collection of Ananse Stories) and Nana's Cold Days.
She also writes for markets in Africa through Macmillan Educational and Smartline Publishing: Memuna's Baby, A Wedding Story, Radio Rescue and Street Girls.