Annelies Schwarz

My Granny lives in Africa

It is more and more common to find children in Germany with one African parent. Often these children do not have the opportunity to visit an African country and they know very little about the African aspect of their identity.More ...

Annelies Schwarz: Meine Oma lebt in Afrika
(My Granny lives in Africa)

The children experience daily life in the Ghanaian village as an adventure: Sleeping under the mosquito net, fetching water, showering behind a screen made of banana leaves, stamping Cassava for Fufu, working on the fields in the rain forest.More ...

Akuabo – welcome
Reise in ein Dorf in Ghana

After finishing school in Germany, 17 year old Sonja travels to Ghana to get to know the country and its people.More ...

Annelies Schwarz: Akuabo - sei willkommen
(Akuabo – welcome)

In “Akuabo – welcome”, the first person narrator Sonja describes her first experiences in an African country, how she gets to know a German mission station and a small Ghanaian village.More ...