Getting to know Dagbamete

On Sunday, our first full day in the village, we were treated to a tour by Godsway. He showed us the shrine (where people were starting to gather with their offerings and goods for sale), a giant shady space where they hold public gatherings, the original well for the village, a really interesting sheltered space under bamboo trees, the new clinic, the partially constructed secondary school (currently being used for primary students since a storm in May blew half of the roof off of their building), an apoteshi distillery, and a cassava mill in action.





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