West Africa is literally being washed away. Ghana's coastline is being eroded by the ocean in a natural process that is being made worse by
human activity, climate change and more severe weather patterns. For communities on the coast, the lack of sea defenses and the increasing wind and wave activity mean many Ghanaians live precariously close to an unpredictable neighbor - the Gulf of Guinea. DW reporter Isaac Kaledzi visited one part of Ghana's Volta Region that may soon be gone.
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