Students Without Borders is a WUSC and CECI program that enables Canadian university and college students to participate in exciting, volunteer learning opportunities in South America, Africa, and Asia.

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Ghana Documentary

This post is actually more of a heads up for the new Ghana participants getting ready to head out. I have now uploaded the little documentary that I made while in Tamale for the past three months and I thought that it might be an informative start to your project. Here is the url, part…

Final Post, I think!

This is my travel report that I submitted for my university. I thought it was a fitting cap to my blogs. I had the privilege to travel to Ghana on a Students Without Borders program from January to April that is to prepare the way for the WUSC 2007 seminar to take place in Ghana…

Rumnet, markets, Salaga.

I have taken awhile to post this blog because I wanted to make sure everything was in order before I continued with the discussion of our project. Things are now slowly coming together in terms of laying the groundwork for the seminar this summer.

ISODEC and Photos

� I have now been at ISODEC for just over a week and am to some degree adjusted to the extreme heat in Tamale. I have been working on the preliminary layout�for the�documentary focused on on cultural barriers to education.

Arrival in Tamale

Tamale, Northern Region, Ghana ����� I arrived in Ghana on the 15th in the evening and stayed at Mangoes Guest house in Legon, Greater Accra for several days as we prepared to head north. We drove as far as Kumasi, capital of the Ashanti Kingdom, about 5 hours drive northwest of Accra on the 17th…

In preparation for Ghana

When I began studying at college several years ago I had a vague idea of the direction I wanted to take in my studies. In my first semester I met a good friend who had recently immigrated to Canada from South-Sudan. As we continued in school I learned in depth about his experience growing up…