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A video showing how 2 Week Special volunteers from around the world spend their time helping the local community in Ghana.
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Volunteers from Ireland speak about their experience in Ghana, volunteering as a group, and a typical day at their placement.
A dentistry group from the UK making a real difference within the Kumasi community in Ghana.
A group of veterinary students put their abilities to the test in Ghana. Treassa talks about her amazing experience volunteering in Ghana.
A volunteer, Madleine from Germany, talks about her experience at the Care project and how different it is in comparison to European countries.
A volunteer, Bianca from India, talks about the work she did during her Medicine placement and her new found love for the Ghanaian culture.
A volunteer, Mark from Israel, talks about working on the Medicine outreach programme in local communities and schools.
An Irish volunteer talks about her experience working at the Veterinary Medicine project.
A video showing what it's like to volunteer on the exciting 2 Week Special Care & Community project in Ghana.
A video showing what it's like to volunteer on the Public Health project where volunteers help orphanages, schools and community centres.
A video about the Akokoa Village in Ghana and how Projects Abroad volunteers have made a difference on their placements.
Project Partner, Justina from Adom Day Care Centre, speaks about her work and the help she receives from Projects Abroad volunteers.
Project Partner, Cephas who is the founder of New Life Orphanage, speaks about his work and the help he receives from Projects Abroad volunteers.
A video showing the 2 Week Special volunteers in Ghana working on a community project, helping to paint and renovate a local school.
A video showing the 2 Week Special volunteers from Grangemouth High School working with local school children in Ghana.
A video showing why Projects Abroad's Human Rights placement is important in Ghana,as it fights for those who can't fight for themselves.
A host father speaks about living with Projects Abroad volunteers from all over the world and how happy he is to learn from them.
Rama Kudolo, a project partner, speaks about working with Projects Abroad and explains why football is so important to many in Ghana.
A family from the Netherlands speak about volunteering at the Care project in Ghana and explain why they will always remember their experience.
A PRO volunteer from the Netherlands speaks about her time in Ghana and the beneficial work of a social worker.
A Veterinary volunteer, Elina from Holland describes her placement in Ghana and how she spent her time taking care of animals.
The Country Director of Projects Abroad in Ghana, Emmanuel Abaaja talks about his role and the projects in his country.
A short video of Projects Abroad volunteers on Medical Outreach in Ghana.
Volunteers describe their day-to-day activities and explain why they chose to volunteer with Projects Abroad.
PRO volunteer Sarah explains how she's been able to contribute her professional nursing skills on a placement in Ghana.
Ashley describes the work of the Anti Child Trafficking Campaign as a part of the Human Rights project in Ghana.
Volunteers talk about building a water catchment, decorating a classroom and playing sports with children during breaks from school.
A video following Human Rights volunteers in Ghana recounting memorable experiences and lessons they've learned on the project.
Volunteers describe their work in social justice, legal services and research departments and how they carry out their work.
A volunteer speaks about her experience working on social justice, child trafficking and research projects whilst in Ghana.
An overview of Projects Abroad placements in Ghana. This video shows what it's like to partake on a Medicine, Teaching, Care, Sport and Building project.
This video shows two female volunteers describing their daily life on the placement, why they chose Ghana and their activities at the leprosy clinic and hospital.
A Care volunteer in Ghana describes why she decided to volunteer abroad, how she chose Ghana, and a typical day on the placement.
Three volunteers describe their typical day on a Building placement in Ghana, why they chose Ghana and their experience working with Projects Abroad.
A Dutch couple offer advice for future volunteers considering a placement in Ghana, and talk about their experience living in a host family and working in a school.
This volunteer speaks about why she chose Ghana and shows her experience coaching volleyball, baseball and basketball to school children.