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Our Final Days…

To sum up our time in Bolga, here’s a short summary of what we have achieved! We unpicked the last teams report which explored some of the issues that the crafts workers in Bolga face and we’ve added a supplementary … Continue reading

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Our Final Meeting With The Crafts Workers Of Bolga

Yesterday, we had our stakeholders meeting with the local crafts people living in Bolgatanga. We’d decided to do an informal meeting where we could educate the crafts workers in global products and product diversification. We invited spokes people from the … Continue reading

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The Chief’s Crocodile Pond

   This weekend we drove up to a town called Paga, which is on the Burkina Faso border. This small town is famous for its sacred crocodile ponds and the locals believe that the crocodiles hold the souls of the … Continue reading

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89.5 Radio Awesome

As part of our work here in Ghana, we get to work in partnership with national volunteers.  Conrad is a young national volunteer from Bolgatanga and is part of the Trade AID team. This week, he managed to get us … Continue reading

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Learning The Lingo

Whilst we have been out in Ghana we have discovered that there are many local dialects and languages used around the country. We are living in Bolgatanga and this is the capital of the Upper East Region in Ghana. In … Continue reading

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Meet The Team!

We are a big team of 7 and in our group there are 5 international volunteers and 2 national volunteers. Our names are Jess, Winnie, Conor, Beatrix, Conrad, Sean and Sarah. After our first week in the office we are … Continue reading

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