23 photos to show why you should never, ever, visit Ghana. 1. The sunsets aren’t worth watching 2. The beaches are awful 3. The tourist attractions will make you yawn 4. The wildlife is the same as everywhere else 5. Live sport isn’t entertaining at all 6. The waterfalls are tiny 7. Everyone is always […]Read More 23 photos to show why you should never visit Ghana
Check out this video by Al Jazeera English, presented by Mehdi Hasan, about some of the myths surrounding the continent of Africa.Read More Do you speak African?
Despite it being almost two years it barely felt like I’d been away when I went through customs at Kotoka Airport in Accra. The same humidity, big queues for immigration and Dan being late to meet me. As always though my experiences in Ghana were huge fun and a lot of work was completed. I’ve […]Read More A Ghanaian Summer – 2015
Volunteering in Ghana has been a big industry for a long time now. But when people think of volunteers in Ghana they often think of people flying from all over the world to work on a number of projects (some good and some not so good). However, over the last couple of years we’ve seen […]Read More Volunteerism in Ghana: Alive and well
Originally posted on Steph in Ghana: Tales from a Development Volunteer:
You no longer find it strange to see a wide screened TV / fridge / live goat / dead goat / bicycle / a whole family / a bare saw/spade/hammer or tightly strapped bible being carried on a motorbike You are perfectly comfortable talking…
This post first appeared on the KickStart Ghana blog. Are you passionate about football? Think you have what it takes to represent Africa in telling football stories to the world? Then this competition is for you. Copa90 are looking for six football fanatics, one from each continent, to tell football stories from around the globe. […]Read More Copa90’s Global Talent Search
Chris Minch is studying his MSc in Emerging Economies and international Development at KCL, where his interests include the role of innovation in sustainable development, and the sources of corruption. He has been involved with KickStart Ghana for 2 years and here he looks at the recent tragedy that has unfolded in Ghana. This post […]Read More Guest post: Fire and Floods in Accra – What have we learnt?