The small village New Ayoma, in the Volta district in Ghana, is mainly depending on the cacao production. As the state buyers keep the prize of cacao low and the production is not high, the village remains poor. The pace of life in this African Village is dictated by nature. They hunt for deer, rabbits, or rats and make palm oil and palm-wine. These communities tend to disappear, due to the migration of young people to big cities.