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Slideshow: Sodom and Gomorrah: Sitting on the outskirts of the capital Accra is Agbogbloshie, Ghana’s largest e-waste slum. Environmental journalist Mike Anane has reported often on this toxic graveyard, where many of the world’s computers and TV sets come to die. In this slideshow, Anane describes what Agbogbloshie was like in his youth, and what life is like there today for the children who depend on it for survival.


This slideshow is the work of students at the University of British Columbia School of Journalism.
Images: Heba Elasaad, Blake Sifton, Krysia Collyer. Interview: Dan McKinney.