Footprinter report: Eilidh Lamont in Ghana

By Eilidh Lamont I live in a small village called Lolobi Ashiambi with my project partner, Karina. It’s about 2 miles north East out of the nearest small town, Hohoe, where there’s a weekly market and a restaurant that actually serves western type food. (But your shortest wait to be served is no less than an hour…at best!) We’re located in the Volta region of Ghana, very near the borders of Togo. It’s exceptionally beautiful. This particular area is decked with trees and hills, in […]

Eilidh Lamont: Initial report

Initial Report- Eilidh Lamont On September the 7th 2013 I am moving to Ghana, on the west coast of Africa, to volunteer on behalf of Project Trust. I’m leaving my home, my family, my friends and my bed (probably the most worrying part of all) for 12 whole months to teach a range of different subjects in an African village- it’s safe to say it doesn’t really feel real yet. During my year in Ghana I will be based in Lolobi Ashiambi, a small village […]