Experiences in Ghana By Ivy Charles

May 21st, 2015|Life in Ghana BLOG|

Blog #2: The Sankofa Center (May 12th, 2015)     We had another outreach on Thursday, which went really well. People seemed very interested in what we were saying, and there wasn’t such a strong [...]

Criminal love By:Ashley Martins

August 21st, 2014|HIV/AIDS Topics BLOG|

Love is becoming a crime of international amnesty after attacks on gay people are increasing. Relationships between two people of the same gender is considered an illegal act and a crime in 38 of 54 [...]

Fight against HIV/AIDS By:Ashley Martins

August 21st, 2014|HIV/AIDS Topics BLOG|

Let us fight: the total number of Africans living with HIV or AIDS is now 25.3 million. In these countries AIDS will provoke the death of a third of 15-year-old Africans. In Ghana, approximately 1.9 [...]

Interning in Ghana By:Julia

August 13th, 2014|Life in Ghana BLOG|

Hello! My name is Julia and I am a new intern here at The Sankofa Center in Ghana. I am very pleased to be in such a beautiful country doing work towards educating the communities [...]

Sarah’s Social Work Intern Blog By:Sarah S.

July 25th, 2014|Life in Ghana BLOG|

Akwaaba! My name is Sarah and I am a Social Work student from Halifax, Nova Scotia. I will be using this blog as a way to document the ever-unfolding events here at The Sankofa Centre [...]

Kayla’s Nurse Intern Experience By:Kayla W.

June 10th, 2014|Life in Ghana BLOG|

Hello! My name is Kayla Witkowski, a nursing intern with The Sankofa Center, and I’m writing to discuss my experiences here in Ghana. Below is a beautiful picture of the compound that I captured upon [...]

The difference between HIV and AIDS By:Clemence M.

March 5th, 2014|HIV/AIDS Topics BLOG|

What is HIV ? HIV stands for the "Human Immunodeficiency Virus". The virus that infects human beings uses the defense cells charged to fight microbes and infections to reproduce, and then destroys these cells. As [...]

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