Ghana hasn’t make any serious arrangements in the event of a flood| glObserver Global Economics


Years of delays and repeated failures to implement and improve sewage and drainage systems in Ghana’s capital, Accra, has led to increasingly damaging and deadly flooding during the country’s annual rainy season.

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Trapped inside, Darko and her family shouted and waved for help, from within the pitch black room, as the rain poured in. Soon the water was about four feet high, up to her chest. Eventually some neighbours were able to break down the door to let them out.

"We were holding on to the [window] railing that broke," she told IRIN. "People carried us on their heads and took us out."

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