Tag Archives: Ghana

2014 Ghana Adventure Complete

After walking 500 miles across Spain raising $11.200, losing a passport, being stuck in Spain, receiving numerous warning about traveling to Ghana and getting the occasional report from a team of the bravest people I know, we have finally made contact with the group that traveled to the village of Tafi Atome, Ghana and they are all back home now. […]

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Progress On Our Building in Ghana

We have received word from our team in Ghana.  They have been working away making progress on the home. In that part of the world wifi isn’t regularly available so they traveled 45 minutes in a Tro-Tro to update us on their progress.  Here are some photos of what has been happening.      Villagers working […]

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3 Days Until Ghana

 -Near Leon, Spain in June 2014 hiking the Camino de Santiago to raise money for children in Ghana Back in August 2013, I got the idea that I wanted to go to Africa.  Not just traveling anywhere in Africa, I wanted to visit a small village in Africa and make a difference.  I wanted to spend […]

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10 Things You Don’t Want to Know About Slavery in Ghana

14 Days Until We Begin Work in Ghana!!! “You shouldn’t fear crying, you should fear living a life with no reason to cry. Because that, is a half lived life” C. Reynolds

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Dirty Water Kills

For those of you that haven’t been following along, back in May a group of us began hiking across Spain raising money to benefit slave children in Ghana. Our goal was to hike the Camino de Santiago, which is a 500 mile (800 kilometer) trail from the south of France to the west coast of […]

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Operation: Ghana Project Itinerary

Ghana Trip Itinerary 2014 I hope you all are getting as excited about this trip as I am. Here is our unofficial – official itinerary for the Ghana trip. With things like this, there is always room for a change here or there, but needless to say that the purpose will always remain the same. […]

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