Crossroads volunteer Natalie Martin introduces us to the women of Agbobloshie slum in Accra, Ghana, site of the world's largest e-waste dump. Meet the young sex workers who are members of the Obraapa Women's Group (obraapa means "good work" in Twi) who are learning jewellery making skills that will help them develop an alternative income to lift them out of poverty and leave sex work behind.
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