Tilapia da Cartoonist Captures Children from the Jamestown Children’s Health Club

Tilapia da Cartoonist captures children from Jamestown Children’s Health Club

Tilapia da Cartoonist captures children from the Jamestown Children’s Health Club completing a mural on heart health in Jamestown, Accra on Saturday, 28th January 2008.

JTCHC members live in households affected by chronic illness. The mural was co-designed by the children and artist Fatric Bewong, and painted by children under the direction of artists Abraham Nsoh and Fatric Bewong.
Photos: Dennis Obuobi.

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