My volunteering report

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by Jeri Russell Three weeks in Ghana flew by, working in a very busy clinic where patients started our day off by arriving at 7 a.m. The case load was different to the types of illnesses I have seen in Southern African clinics – malaria being prevalent in Ghana and not seen in the areas […]

A MONTH IN GHANA

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by Julian Jonas Night had already fallen when the motorcycle slowly puttered up to the clinic.  It was during the periodic “lights out” that beset the village every 72 hours or thereabouts, so electricity had been shut down until dawn. I would learn that patients often arrived at the clinic in this manner, sandwiched between the […]

Grace at Pisham library

Visiting the Ghana Homeopathy Project May 29th – June 11th 2014

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By Jaqueline A. Smith Mafi Seva Chaperoned on the hot, sweaty and crammed ‘tro tro’ by PISHAM students Noble and Wisdom, we eventually made it to Mafi Seva, passing village after village of mud and breezeblock dwellings. The inhabitants, busy washing clothes or pounding cassava as we passed, always stopped to wave, smile and offer […]