Ghana: Articles, Programs, Blogs, Travel Resources

November 16, 2012

ABCs of Accra

Camaro shares the elementary school basics of life in Ghana.
Living abroad can mean making lots of mistakes. Here are three things that Camaro did right.
A play-by-play of an overseas intern's schedule.
Blogger Camaro reflects on retail therapy, Ghana-style.
Ghana: Where nothing goes as planned and everything works out beautifully anyway.
Sometimes navigating foreign medical clinics can cause more pain than the initial illness.
An intern reflects on the advantages—and disadvantages—of people mistakenly believing that she's Ghanaian. 
An international education is fundamental to promoting a world that actually gets along.
He's 26 years old, he lives at home with his parents... and he's changing the face of human rights reporting in Ghana. Meet Ben Peterson, co-founder of Journalists for Human Rights.
June 19, 2009

Be-witched in Ghana

For North Americans, witchcraft is the stuff of books and movies. But in Ghana, its existence is undisputed. The question is what to do about it.
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