Volunteer Journals: Ghana

Inspiration from Ryvanz Mia – Ghana

In 2006, Madam Regina Esime Djentuh, better known as Mama Esi, decided to dedicate her home to orphaned and otherwise vulnerable children.  Grace, who had already been living with Mama Esi for many years, was very excited about… Continue reading

My Life In Ghana – Peta Hall

I have been a volunteer with Village Volunteers for three years, I have worked in Kpando and Atorkor, Ghana. In Kpando I established a women’s cooperative, Dzidefo, (meaning “there is hope” in Ewe.)  The 10 women make beautiful colourful… Continue reading

Guru Nu from Ghana – by Gap Year Student, Chris Kraus

Thursday, February 21st, 2013

I’ve been here for a little over two weeks and wow, talk about a culture shock. It’s hard to see, but feels amazing to be able to help out here. I live 4 hours out of… Continue reading