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Written by Jenny Chen This past week, we went to Royal Seed Home, an orphanage home to 120 children, located about an hour away drive from our house. We and the social workers, Florence, Grace, Harinu, and Abe worked from 9AM … Continue reading

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Written by Anne Sophie Lambert Somehow we are already five weeks into our time in Ghana! I am far from ready to leave and feel like I am just starting to understand how complicated child care policy is. When I told Dr. … Continue reading

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Written by Benjamin Supat As of yesterday, I have been in Ghana for approximately one week. Following a three day period of flight delays, layovers, detours and general uncertainty, I finally arrived in Ghana on June 21st. All the excitement … Continue reading

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Written by Aaron Daines Ghana is quite different.  At first, I was a little overwhelmed.  I arrived 2 days ahead of everybody else, due to planes being delayed – two days of being in a foreign country by myself.  On … Continue reading

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Written by Sonya Chaudhry Well, it took a little while to finally get to Ghana. It was funny because even the people at the airport who had been stranded for several days took the time to tell me and Ben … Continue reading

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Written by Anissa Chitour Ghana is a total culture shock, but in the best possible away. Without mentioning the rather vicious attack on my gastrointestinal system, there have been a lot of adjustments for me to make over the past … Continue reading

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