Jukwa is Ghanaian dialect which stands for "peace". It is a small area, village inside Kakum National Park.
Jukwa ,where people lives with strolling goats, sheep, chickens, pigs and cows around the road, is comprised a peaceful and mutual rural picture. People are unsophisticated, dress traditional Ghanaian clothing and eat traditional food, Fu Fu, RedRed, Kenkey and Banku.
You may notice that some of the children are barefooted and some wear queer shoes. It is a common appearance of thing that children wear un-fitted clothes as well. Senior children usually carry younger children on back and even carry things on top of the head at the same time.
Things come into the sight lead human beings into primitive age. Human beings live with nature as a circle of life.
While visiting a small village in Jukwa, we sat down in a circle and prayed earnestly and sincerely under a lemon tree. At the moment I was overwhelmed by my perception of tranquility and peace. It was strongly comparison with indifferent urban ecology and people.
If you would like to know my experience here in Ghana, I have to say "treating all living things alike and back to root."