Made In Africa: Making A Case For Ghana's Batik Fabrics

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Go to any market in Ghana and you'll no doubt see bolts of colourful fabric for sale. But in recent years, demand has fallen for locally made cloth. Imported, mass-produced fabrics may not be as beautiful, but they are cheaper. It's led one woman on a crusade to ensure that the knowledge of how to make Ghana's hand-printed batik fabric isn't forgotten. Katerina Vittozzi has more.
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Ghana