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How on earth did I end up here…..!?
As part of our end of placement ‘wrapping up’ activities,
every volunteer – and Team Leader unfortunately – has to take a look at their
ICS experience and write a case study on the benefits etc that we have
received as a result of the scheme. Which got me t...
How on earth did I end up here…..!?
How on earth did I end up here…..!?
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The Next Big Step
As our time in Ghana reaches its last weeks we've all been planning the final field trips and events for the projects. The field trip that myself and Jill have been organising though has been organising the first donations of donated clothes to two of the b...
The Next Big Step
The Next Big Step
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Development through the eyes of a national volunteer
I had absolutely no idea as to what to expect or will be expected of me as a national volunteer. I was quite surprised when I was informed that I am expected to “have fun!” Oh and what fun I’m having! Even through the fun I have been able to actually apply ...
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RAINS Ghana commented on a post on Blogger.
Thanks David. Make sure you follow us to be kept up to date!
Football, Food and Dancing in Ghana
Football, Food and Dancing in Ghana
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Football, Food and Dancing in Ghana
Three things I
love and can’t live without back in the UK are Football, Food and Music
(Dancing). When I arrived in Ghana on the 8 th of January as an
International volunteer for International Service, I found that I did not have
to adjust too mu ch from my...
Football, Food and Dancing in Ghana
Football, Food and Dancing in Ghana
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Working with Dinani Cultural Performance Group
In our last blog post we briefly introduced you to Dinani. This week we're going to let you know more about the details of Dinani, their accomplishments so far, and just how painful it is to dance with them bare footed. Chief Anusa (the smiley one) with the...
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Check out the latest from Team RAINS!
Chiefs, Guns & Lots of Drumming!
Chiefs, Guns & Lots of Drumming!
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Chiefs, Guns & Lots of Drumming!
This
week team RAINS has been working hard; we have contact potential partners to assist with best practice farming workshops and w e are now in discussions with, the Ministry of Food and Agriculture, World Vision International and DeCo, which is huge progr...
Chiefs, Guns & Lots of Drumming!
Chiefs, Guns & Lots of Drumming!
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RAINS Ghana commented on a post on Blogger.
Thanks Jake! We have all settled in OK.. Loving it so far. Follow the blog & you will be kept up the date on the latest from Tamale!
Amaraba! Welcome To Ghana!
Amaraba! Welcome To Ghana!
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Amaraba! Welcome To Ghana!
Hello! We are the new cohort of volunteers (Ollie, Charlie, Johanna & Jack from the UK along with our new national volunteers Jill & Festus), here to stay until late March. We will be joining Justice and our Team Leader Matthew, who you should already know!...
Amaraba! Welcome To Ghana!
Amaraba! Welcome To Ghana!
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