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 Since 1985, the first Friday in December is celebrated as Farmers' Day in Ghana. Farmers and fishermen are rewarded for their hard work and contributions to socio-economic development of the country (remember that Ghana is one of the biggest cocoa producers worldwide!). What we did on this … Continue reading Happy Farmers’ Day!
Author of this post: CBS Project Manager Melanie Navrongo is the hottest place in all of Ghana. That is an information the brain can easily process, but I think, to KNOW what this really FEELS like, you need to spend the months of March to May in Navrongo at least once in your life. … Continue reading Real Feel: 46° – or: Psssst, don’t make any noise!!
Author of this post: CBS Volunteer 2016 Jeanette Hello again! These are a few pictures of my time here in Navrongo. The first picture is some good food we have been making while here (every meal here is prepared by me, there are no fast food restaurants here). The second photo is one of … Continue reading LIFE in Navrongo
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 😉