Chaga and the chocolate factory One day, Chaga’s parents were walking along the dusty road. They saw the bicycle man and Chaga wasn’t with him. A chocolate factory!’ That’s what the man had said. The next day Chaga and many other excited boys travelled a long way in a truck. The truck drove all through. This isn’t the end of the story. In cocoa farms all over the Ivory Coast, there are as many as children just like Chaga who still work as slaves. The big.
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The African air was hot and dry The African sun was bright. There are now over 1, Some of chocopate boys were caught and Chagra imagined the beatings they would get.
He was given good food to eat and clean clothes to wear. He had been there four years and told Chagra that they had to carry bags of cocoa beans around the plantation. A Fairtrade company co-owned by cocoa farmers. Bokhari was very thin. All the kids were really skinny.
So, one day Chaga died. And then, one morning, when it was time to leave the shack, Bokhari did not move. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system.
The police arrested the choolate farmer and the slave boys were set free. They were also a long, long way from home in a foreign country.
Time went by and every day Chaga was weaker. You would also like to. In cocoa farms all over the Ivory Coast, there are as many as 15, children just like Chaga who still work as slaves.
Bokhari explained that they were locked in at night and had armed guards by day to stop them from escaping. He was scared, very scared. He sold coco and drinking. Auth with social network: The man took Chaga on the back of the bike to see his parents. It was a chance, a desperate chance, but his only chance. Well, let me tell you all about it. Maybe, it chagz a silly idea but they needed to know if their son was ok. Heavy bags of cocoa beans, some bigger then the boys themselves, were annd onto their backs, and they carried the bags all day, twelve hours a day, until they wanted to drop.
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