Here are a few of the pages worth checking out:
A great small NGO in the Eastern Region of Ghana doing good work and doing what they say they're doing!
A comment from a volunteer at the page:
E-Waste Watch Ghana
I just wanted to say how much I enjoyed volunteering for Ghana FLOWER! I volunteered as a public health intern from Jan 2010 and had the most incredible time. The work was hugely rewarding, but the best part was getting to know Helen and her wonderful family, who were so welcoming and made my time in Ghana so enjoyable...
There are sooo many importers dumping used electronic and electrical goods all over Ghana. Africa, in general, is the dumping ground of the rich. This site keeps you up to date on what's happening here in Ghana.
From the page:
E-WASTE WATCH GHANA monitors the illegal shipments and dumping of e-waste in Ghana by the industrialised countries and documents the public health and environmental impacts.A group simply called "Ghana"
Slightly patchy content, but a few useful tips for travelers in there.
A question from one of the members:
Can somebody tell me an affordable guest house in Cantonments-Accra? I know it's not the typical backpacker area, but I have to stay around that area and can't pay for the luxury hotels.Another great page is Ghana Blogging.
As the name suggests, its members are bloggers writing about Ghana. Use the page as a springboard for some of the best blogs about Ghana.
A note from their site:
Ghana would not be Ghana without music. Life = music, music = life. This is the Facebook page to find out much about it.
A promo on their site:
Abodam Live In Australia.This Show Is Gonna Be Too Hot To Be Miss.Kwaw Kese First Time In Australia..Nuffin But Madness.A reader brought Nyani Quarmyne Photography to my attention and it is worth the look!
A post on the page reads:
Nyani Quarmyne Photography Since posting these images on mental health in Ghana, I've had several people ask, "How can I help?" For those of you who would like to make a difference, I've updated my blog post with the details you need.
This image is from The Gamelian World, a great blog from a Ghanaian. Read his article, Ghana's Facebook Picture, on the popularity of Facebook in Ghana.
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