Spurred by dialogue | A community tackles their water shortages

The first thing that you notice as you drive up to Kojokrom, in Ghana’s Western Region, is the shiny new train station nestled in the slight valley. The newly rebuilt tracks neatly bisect paths leading to churches and schools in the busy community, and soon trains will once again be running to Sekondi-Takoradi, the regional capital. In the long run, the government plans to rehabilitate the railway as far as Tarkwa, and maybe even Kumasi, which will greatly help the local community buy and ship commercial goods. For now however, the train tracks are primarily seen as a source of...