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 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….
Author of this post: CBS Project Manager Melanie Today morning, I was asked to “go and greet a funeral”. I refused. At some point I stopped counting, but in the last four months, I attended about 15-20 funerals. In average, it was about a funeral a week. I arrived in Navrongo during the dry … Continue reading Funerals, funerals.
Author of this post: SFS* Board Member Kathrin Accra Die einmalige Chance, Ghana im Rahmen des Sozialeinsatzes meiner Tochter Tamara, besuchen zu können, wollte und konnte ich mir nicht entgehen lassen. So bestiegen wir im Herbst 2014 das Flugzeug Richtung Accra. Nach einer fröhlichen und ausgelassenen Begrüssung von Tamara, Gordon und Richard am … Continue reading Kostbares Wasser… Navrongo, I miss you!
Author of this post: CBS Volunteer 2014/15 Tamara It took some courage, even to snap pictures of it from more or less far away. Laura’s insulting and threatening me to snap faster did not make it any better. But very interesting, especially when they threw the small, squeaking chicken into the crocodile’s huge … Continue reading Travel Ghana with my Junior Sister Part 2
Author of this post: CBS Volunteer 2014/15 Tamara Some two days oo! On the 19th of January my friend and now junior sister Laura arrived at Kotoka airport in Accra. We started our trip from there and spent 5 days in the capital. After a frustrating first day at the immigration office, we … Continue reading Travel Ghana with Laura 😉