Ghana Football Coaching
Loved throughout the country, football is Ghana's number one sport, and it's not exactly hard to see why! (Who doesn't ...
Ghana Teaching Volunteers
Get a real sense of achievement and become a teaching volunteer in Ghana. Many schools in Ghana are hugely underfunded ...
Ghana Childcare Volunteers
An exciting and thoroughly rewarding experience awaits you when you decide to become a childcare volunteer in Ghana. Like many ...
Medical Elective in Ghana
Experience/ Qualifications required: Must be already qualified in this field or at university studying medicine or similar. Nationalities: This programme is ...
Physiotherapy Internship in Ghana
Experience/ Qualifications required: Undergraduate or graduate in physiotherapy with a keen interest in sports and clinical Physio. Nationalities: This programme is ...
Gap year Ghana
Ghana is one of the most popular gap year destinations in Africa, and little wonder. Along with a varied landscape, it’s a settled country with a stable democracy, and one that’s keen to modernise. You’ll find an intriguing mix of traditional West African and old colonial, all updated with a busy modern twist. This gives it a unique character, exemplified by the brightly coloured traditional clothing seen alongside Western suits in the cities.
Adventure travel Ghana
Because Ghana is near the equator, it offers an amazing array of terrains to explore whikle you travel. You can find adventure in deep tropical forests, where the wildlife includes everything from the fearsome forest elephant to darting colobus monkeys, or relax on the miles of gorgeous beaches, where an alternative surf scene comes with the hot climate you need to enjoy it properly.
Student travel Ghana
Safe, friendly and rapidly modernising, Ghana is a great place for students to travel. As well as the outdoor activity, it has a rich history, including a dark past as one of the points in the triangular slave trade, which can be explored at Cape Coast, the centre of the trade. There’s a thriving music scene here too, particularly in the capital, Accra, where old-school hi-life mixes with hip hop and Afro reggae to make hip-life.
Volunteer work Ghana
Going to Ghana as a student volunteer is a great way to make a contribution to a developing country, and you’ll see real results even on a short visit. You can care for children in orphanages, help out with volunteer work on healthcare projects or teach in local schools.