Author of this post: CBS Director Gordon* Before coming to CBS, Mercy had completed Junior High School in Chuchuliga as her highest level of education. After JHS, she decided that she wanted to seek employment and moved to Kumasi, the second biggest city in Ghana. While there, Mercy landed a job as a primary … Continue reading Mercy: “CBS has helped me a lot, really a lot.”
Author of this post: CBS Volunteer 2017 Julia Each place has its own sounds that belong to it. In my home in Munich I got used to hear the toilet flush of my neighbors or the sound of the train that passes by irregularly. At night or in the metro people would lower … Continue reading The Song of Navrongo
Author of this post: CBS Director Gordon* Today, I want to share Gladys' story with you. This Gladys was part of our forth batch (so it is not the same Gladys whose testimonial I shared in my last post). When her father passed away, 19 year old Gladys was left wondering what she would … Continue reading Gladys’ Testimonial.
Author of this post: CBS Director Gordon "CBS has changed me into a computer literate and also in many other subjects. It has also created a world of hope and great imaginations towards my future since it is offering the best of training to me and others. I hope I can achieve an aim … Continue reading What Gladys says…
Author of this post: CBS Director Gordon Lucy, 22 years old, says: "I am a NVTI-Secretaryship student. In fact, I was not having any hope that I will ever be called a student again! Fortunately, CBS came to Navrongo with low fees. The ICT master told me to come, so I started the school … Continue reading What Lucy says…
Author of this post: CBS Director Gordon Today, let's read from Vera (26 years old): "When I completed Junior High School, my results did not help me get a school. I did not have hope for school again. Master Henry talked to me, and now, I am a student of CBS! CBS helps me a … Continue reading What Vera says…
Author of this post: CBS NVTI Certificate Student Linda Every Friday is a market day in my hometown Chiana. On a typical market day, people get up at early dawn - earlier than on normal days - and prepare to go to the market. Especially women who sell in the … Continue reading The typical market day in my village!
Author of this post: CBS Project Manager Melanie It's break time - a happy one today, as I got up early and prepared some food to bring along! To be honest, I don't even know the correct name of this meal! Normally, we just call it "corn meal" and it is something Gordon likes … Continue reading Break Time at CBS!
Author of this post: CBS NVTI Certificate Student Linda Tomorrow, it will be a voting day in Ghana. We will elect our president for the next four years. And I wish to contribute my view on this very important issue. I wish to plead each and everyone to vote with peace. And I also … Continue reading What electoral violence can cause
Author of this post: CBS Project Manager Melanie "Until the lions learn how to write, every story will glorify the hunter" This blog was started with the official launch of our volunteer programme in 2014. Thanks to the blog, family and friends of the volunteers can follow their experiences and adventures here at CBS, … Continue reading Until the lions learn to write….