Internship student reports

Reflective Report by Ranveig Kristine Sneve-NORWAY On Sunday the 3rd of October I arrived in Accra together with a friend and fellow nursing student. The flight had gone very smoothly, and we had no problems with our luggage. Fidelis was waiting for us at the airport and that made the whole situation a lot simpler...
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Field work practice at a local social welfare office in Tamale As a part of my education in Sweden to become a social worker I did my 20 week long field work practice at a local social welfare offices in Tamale, Ghana. The reason I went abroad was that my program is focusing on international...
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From Carolien Vermeiren, Jeanne Strijbosch and Lien Jaminon (Belgium / The Netherlands) Mar 2008 Hostfamily: Carolien Vermeiren: Before I arrived in Ghana, I already had contact with Dorien Verdonck, a Belgium volunteer who was already in Ghana for 4 months. I knew that I was going to stay in the same hostfamily. My arrival was...
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February-March 2008 11th of February 2008, this was the date I was looking forward to since 1, 5 years and suddenly the day was there! We took our plane and everything went well, it arrived right on time in Ghana, so Abu and his friend from REVSODEP were waiting for us and took us to...
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February-March 2008 My travel report My name is Gwendolyn and I am a student nurse. I was in Ghana for five weeks doing my practical training. I worked for four weeks in the Tamale Teaching Hospital, Northern Region.. The previous year we could subscribe as a candidate to do a training period abroad in our...
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Hi! I´m finnish student nurse, who accomplished his ten weeks practical training in Tamale –possibility offered and arrangements made by REVSODEP. I´m representing shortly my experiences of internship programme: After traveling and two weeks stay in capital city, Accra I was very eager to start my training in Tamale teaching hospital. I was introduced to...
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Hi everyone, here are some thoughts that I have after doing my practical training at Ghana, through Revsodep. Over all, my time in Ghana was a great experience and gave me a lot. Most of all I saw so many different thing and learn much about Ghana. I´m student nurse and I was in Ghana...
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When I first arrived it was really hard to adapt to the habbits, routines, culture of the Ghanaian people. You do not really realise yet you are away from home but after a week you start to feel comfortable. You except the fact you are going to be there for some months and you start...
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1. introduction of what you first experience in ghana and who pick you from airport. your journey to tamale etc. My first experience in Ghana was not that good. I was waiting for my luggage but it didn’t come. It was lost. So I went to the desk to report it. Tinne went looking for...
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Sunday 21/1 – 07 Am now sitting on the plane, waiting to take off. It was some problem with the luggage so now we have been waiting here in London for about one hour. I am sitting next to a man who comes from the capital of Ghana – Accra. He is actually living in...
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