Project about the juvenile condition in the scrap yard of Agbogbloshie. Young men and women migrate from the North of Ghana looking for better job opportunities. Lack of appropriate education, unfortunate family circumstances or the urgency of a quick income, bring them to work in the junkyard, also known as one of the biggest electronic waste dumps in the world. Most of them start working in the burning areas, extracting raw materials (copper, alluminium, iron), by burning cables and appliances, for a few Ghanaian Cedis worth of tips. Workers are constantly exposed to toxic emissions, with no health and safety or environmental regulations. Rashida, Salasi, Gaffarou and Chief represent a generation facing the consequences of a failing disposal system, but still pursuing their dreams.