Rivers and streams are reportedly drying up in parts of the country, while other parts are also experiencing acute water shortages as a result.
Residents of Nsawam in the Eastern Region have had to share water from an almost dried up Densu tributary with animals who also drink from the same source.
The rate at which communities along Keta in the Volta Region are being washed away by the sea is also getting alarming. Below is an infographic of why Ghanaians must care about climate change patterns and why they are experiencing the recent developments.
By: Henry Derben/iJourno/Ghana