Abaane lives in Bolgatanga in Ghana. She works up to her knees in water in a rice paddy after school.
In her report she tells us what it's like having to work to get food.
"I go to school at six in the morning. When I finish school at two, I come to work.
Even if I'm too ill to go to school, I work because I need to eat.
At the farm, it's my job to weed the grasses from the rice.
Sometimes leeches, which live in the water, get on my legs and cause wounds.
The leeches hurt a lot, and sometimes they make me cry when I pull them off.
Abaane shows Ellie the wounds caused by leeches
Straight to work
Compared to British kids, I have a difficult life.
Sometimes I don't get food before I go to school, and then I have to go straight to work.
Working here is difficult, but what can I do?
I have to do it because I need to eat."
Abaane, 13, Bolgatanga, Ghana
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