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We are engaged with youth of Ghana to promote sustainable development through many activities like bee keeping, afforestation and sanitation program. Our main goal is to provide easy self employment through use of natural materials sustainably and building unity and good governance with promotion of human right. We are currently undertaking bee keeping, animal rearing, snail rearing and poultry.Learn more
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Accepted on May, then the director (Alfred) told me they had a partner selling cheaper tickets. I contacted 1 volunteer who bought, we talked, I sent the money to Alfred. 1 week before the travel (Aug 10) he asked for more, I sent, total of $1,600 for tickets. He would take my visa there.Said the visa was denied twice. Aug 23 I asked the refund, ‘til today (Oct 31) I didn’t receive it, lot of excuses/no receipts. To volunteer I quit my job, postponed my doctorate, gave my dog, living on my aunt’s waiting to solve it. The institution is great and you could enjoy, but that was/are my experience.
about 3 years ago
This was an amazing experience, I spent the greatest time there, I was teaching the class 3 they are girls and boys around 8 years old, we were learning science maths and specially English, Ghana has over 60 languages but the official is English so is very important the kids learn it very well, on Have the language is Ewe but everyone speaks English very well, when I decided to go I sent the money for my plane tickets and he got them for me and he sent his cousin to pick m up at the airport at 2am, a very great girl.
I really recommend this experience.
almost 4 years ago
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