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Monday, October 10, 2011

IFESH- Ghana Volunteers 11-12

If ever you wondered if I am in Ghana alone, technically, I am not. 6 volunteers were selected for Ghana this year, all of us women except for one. He has been with IFESH for so long, he just kind of does his own thing. For the rest of us, this is a new experience for us all and I want to share them with you!

Wofa Kwesi: my country representative. He has worked with IFESH for over a decade and is absolutely wonderful at what he does. He's kind of like a daddy-boss, if that makes any sense:) I am very glad to have this kind, smart, focused man as my daddy-boss.
Auntie Julianna! Our wonderful program officer. She is so inspiring and knowledgeable. She's new to IFESH Ghana and I'm glad to have her this year

 Amy T. is at Bechem Training College in Brong-Ahafo. She is so friendly and observant, I absolutely love her presence.
 Amy S. is the lucky one in Cape Coast. She is at OLA, Our Lady of Apostles Training College and so far, probably having a good time. She is also a classically trained saxophonist, our very own Lisa Simpson:)
Sonia is our oldest candidate, but you can never tell with her energetic personality. She has always wanted to come to Africa and has been blessed with this chance. She is based in Sefwi Wiawso in Western Region.

Tiffany is also at Sefwi Wiawso with Sonia teaching sciences. She is from Louisiana and we have a lot in common (natural hair, interest in healthy cooking, computer stuff, etc...) and I am sure Sefwi TC is happy to have her.

All of us enjoying a busy Sunday at Labadi Beach in Accra.

There you have it!


amytward said...

Thanks for the shout-out! Love the profiles :) Miss you girl!

Zainab Sankoh said...

Daddy-boss lol! I'm smiling in and out while reading your posts! So happy for u!

Ama Kyei said...

@ Amy T: Anytime!
@ Z: Thanks boo!

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