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    • Africa’s Heart of Gold Ghana welcomes You!
    • AKWAABA to Ghana! Ghana welcomes You!
    • Basic facts Borders: Area – South Atlantic Ocean, 238, 537 sq. km, = Great East Togo, Britain or Oregon State North Burkina Faso, in USA! West La Cote d’Ivoire. Ghana lies 4.5 degrees North and 11 degrees South. Bisected by the Greenwich meridian and being so close to the Equator, Tema in Ghana, is said to be the point closest to the Center of the World… Ghana welcomes You!
    • Basic facts Life expectancy – 57 years. Official language – ENGLISH One of the safest Most spoken local dialect – TWI countries in Africa Population ~ 22 million Formerly A British (capital Accra, population Colony – Gold 3,5 million) Coast Adult literacy First African country to become rate – 53.3% independent (6th March 1957) Ghana welcomes You!
    • 4 local committees: Basic AIESEC facts 2 in Accra, 1 in Kumasi 1 in Cape Coast Second oldest AIESEC country in Africa. Started in 1961. You can meet AIESEC alumni in the most prosperous companies, many of them have their own business’ and are taking trainees. AIESEC Ghana is doing very well in the ICX side, offering amazing traineeship opportunities especially for management and Development trainees. Currently we have 20 trainees from all over world! Ghana welcomes You!
    • Ghana welcomes You!
    • Ghana welcomes You!
    • Ghana welcomes You!
    • In very short what we offer is: A life changing experience worth telling your grandchildren about! Ghana welcomes You!
    • Don’t believe we can offer that? Ghana welcomes You!
    • Need some recommendations? Ghana welcomes You!
    • Hey AIESEC ! ! ! You know...now I'm confused...should I tell you that... or should I not...ok you have a right to know ! ! ! Yes ! ! ! I've heard all sorts of gossips floating around in the air about Ghana... Ghana welcomes You!
    • In fact traineeship in Ghana is very dangerous...for real...as soon as you come here... Ghana welcomes You!
    • the same moment you will start getting a lot a of valuable cultural experience - you  start meeting new positive people from all over the world, sharing your ideas, making new friends and friendships...not scared yet?... Ghana welcomes You!
    • ok I'll tell ya more...from my personal experience... it's just too much... Ghana welcomes You!
    • job is too interesting... One of the major advantages of doing your traineeship in Africa is that you have the chance of working with tasks that a student/recently graduated would never have come in contact with in your home country. Ghana welcomes You!
    • Guys...Ghana is too pretty...and the biggest danger is that you will not want to go home afterwards...So I'm warning you! :). Hope to meet more of you here! Saulius Kubertavicius, Lithuania Ghana welcomes You!
    • Before I went to Ghana, I truly didn't know what to expect with regards to both the traineeship and the country. Looking back at the experience so far, I can say that it has been by far the most interesting year in my life! Ghana welcomes You!
    • I've seen a full solar eclipse, met interesting people from all over the world, visited gold mines for my traineeship, learned to speak English fluently, saw a lot of strange insects and animals, learned to negotiate with cab drivers, discovered a working culture completely different from everything I was ever used to, went to tropical beaches, and ate food I never heard of before. Ghana welcomes You!
    • Of course it is not all perfect here since it is a third world country after all, but the dangers and threats are certainly not as high as most people think. As long as you pay a little bit of attention to the things you do, you'll be fine and you are in for quite an experience! So go for a traineeship in Ghana, you won't regret it! Patrick Just de la Paisieres - The Netherlands Ghana welcomes You!
    • Ghana is a good place to be if u want multicultural experiences, and discover this magnificent country as a gateway to Africa. Also u can make friends and this is the beauty of Aiesec traineeshisps: living diversity and discover your potential. Ghana welcomes You!
    • On the other hand, there's a lot of job to be done, because the country is trying to improve every day in various aspects of the economy. So people can run their own business or start their own projects. As a trainee u can achieve your goals and improve in various aspects. Ghana welcomes You!
    • U just need to come and live the experience! Though everything can't be ok, or perfect, I keep loving this country, and obviously, i have to come back one day... Christian EYOUP, Cameroon Ghana welcomes You!
    • AKWAABA to Ghana! Ghana welcomes You!
    • Contacts: Elizabeth Beryl Coleman AIESEC Ghana vice president exchange Elizabeth.coleman@aiesec.net +233 24803213 Yahoo messenger: bbettycole@yahoo.co.uk Skype : cberyl Ghana welcomes You!