Oware is a game of strategy in which players attempt to capture an opponent's counters or beans as they are moved counter-clockwise through a series of twelve cups (6 on each side of the board). Here young boys have made an oware board in by scooping holes in the dirt. They use dried seeds from the pods of a leguminous tree as counters. Ahenkro, 1995.
Two young boys tend to a pretend tobacco drying barn that they have built on the south side of Ahenkro, near to where tobacco is being processed. A functional drying barn is visible in the background (center) alongside large piles of wood that will be used to fuel it. Two photos. Ahenkro, 1995.