Kayayo | TRAILER
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Kayayo means “girl-carrier” in the Ga language.
In the capital of Ghana, 10 000 girls from the ages of 6 work as real life shopping baskets - called Kayayo. This documentary is about Bamunu, an 8-year old girl who hasn’t seen her family since she was sent away from home two years ago to work as a Kayayo to support her family.
We follow her incessant longing to get away from the harsh markets, her journey back home and what awaits there.
Director: Mari Bakke Riise
Producer: Jørgen Lorentzen
2016 | 30 min | Ghana
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