Photo Recap

Sometimes you experience too much to write a comprehensive story. This is a visual recap of all our activities duirng the last days :)

Job Udo from HKV joining us! Together with Francis from ISocial TV brainstorming about Social Media Experiment
Job Udo from HKV joining us! Together with Francis from ISocial TV brainstorming about Social Media Experiment
Meeting the Assemblyman and Iman of Alajo
Meeting the Assemblyman and Iman of Alajo
Taking pictures in a our second pilot area, Alajo
Taking pictures in a our second pilot area, Alajo
traveling by trotro to Dzita for the weekend
traveling by trotro to Dzita for the weekend
20 ghanaians, 3 dutch, 1 italian and a Chicken packed in the trotro
20 ghanaians, 3 dutch, 1 italian and a Chicken packed in the trotro
Visiting one of the forts used during slave trade along the former Gold Coast. Tough and Sad trip.
Visiting one of the forts used during slave trade along the former Gold Coast. Tough and Sad trip.

Walking into a funeral proceeding, which feels really like a party 

Coconut Beach
Coconut Beach
Students Kofi joining us for Fieldwork, making mapping look like the latest hype
Students Kofi joining us for Fieldwork, making mapping look like the latest hype
Preparing letters to invite stakeholders to our workshop next week
Preparing letters to invite stakeholders to our workshop next week
Mapping some more!
Mapping some more!
Student Daniel Atta (KNUST, Msc Water Resources Engineering and Management) in joining us for today in between his exams. Thanks so much!
Student Daniel Atta (KNUST, Msc Water Resources Engineering and Management) in joining us for today in between his exams. Thanks so much!
Finished mapping in Alajo pilot area!
Finished mapping in Alajo pilot area!
Comments: 2 (Discussion closed)
  • #1

    Enock (Tuesday, 17 May 2016 23:02)

    Nice one! Glad to see you were in Keta :)

  • #2

    Marc (Monday, 23 May 2016 03:58)

    hahahahahahah great pictures but that wasn't the Ewe dance #agbadza great to see your work and visits in images