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Bonwire village in Central Ghana, Africa. Two farmers spread seeds of cacao for drying on a bamboo platform. Ghana is one of the most important world exporters of cacao in the world. The village is also famous for Kente cloth. The cloth is made from a type of silk and cotton fabric and it is native to the Akan people of Ghana.