Author of this post:
CBS Project Manager Melanie
The last few weeks were quite busy, and as we are also working the whole weekend since some few months, I didn’t have that much time for myself of late. So, when it was time for me to extend my visa in Bolgatanga, I used this opportunity to take an afternoon off. The harmattan wind is now here and we are back to the 40°! What could then be better than relaxing by the pool side? For sure, it was not the last time in this hot weather 😉
About the author:
Melanie is a social anthropologist and holds a MA in Development Studies with a focus on Local Development Strategies from the distinguished Institute of Social Studies in The Hague. She is a qualified trainer of youth leaders in Africa-Europe Youth Cooperation and has led youth projects in Switzerland, Ghana and Kenya.
Melanie is a Co-Founder of CBS Business School and the Co-President of Sono
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