PROJECT UPDATE #15

An overview of fieldwork in Ghana

PROJECT UPDATE 14B

As promised, I am writing a bit more this month now that I have been able to do some field work. After what seemed like a barrage of Covid tests I finally made it to Ghana. My first day of work began with a stakeholder meeting comprising members of the educational...

PROJECT UPDATE 14A

Just last week I read a tweet an author had paired with a picture of himself and his family. It read: “When the stars align…” For him he had managed to capture the perfect moment where everything was going right. The stars were in place and energies were slowly making...

PROJECT UPDATE #13

Myths, lessons, and actions For as long as I can remember I have loved reading about the metaphysical and the magical. My favourite bedtime stories were the ones that allowed me to open my imagination so that ANYTHING was possible. My favourite of all were myths,...

Football made in Ghana

In the last couple of months, a lot has taken place in Ghana from football to COVID-19; from the commissioning of the National Mosque to voluntary contribution towards the building of a National Cathedral; and from the presentation of the Mid-Year Annual Budget Review...

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PROJECT UPDATE 14B

PROJECT UPDATE 14B

As promised, I am writing a bit more this month now that I have been able to do some field work. After what seemed like a barrage of Covid tests I finally made it to Ghana. My first day of work began with a stakeholder meeting comprising members of the educational...

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PROJECT UPDATE 14A

PROJECT UPDATE 14A

Just last week I read a tweet an author had paired with a picture of himself and his family. It read: “When the stars align…” For him he had managed to capture the perfect moment where everything was going right. The stars were in place and energies were slowly making...

read more
PROJECT UPDATE #13

PROJECT UPDATE #13

Myths, lessons, and actions For as long as I can remember I have loved reading about the metaphysical and the magical. My favourite bedtime stories were the ones that allowed me to open my imagination so that ANYTHING was possible. My favourite of all were myths,...

read more
PROJECT UPDATE #12

PROJECT UPDATE #12

A little over a year ago during a UKRI Future Leaders Fellow mock interview, I was asked about the kinds of events that could delay my project. If there was no electricity for days, for example, how would I continue the work? I answered the question (perhaps naively)...

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PROJECT UPDATE #11

PROJECT UPDATE #11

For this month’s project update I thought I would try to keep my words to a minimum. A large part of the reason is that after busy months of remotely managing my [international] project during a pandemic, I’m exhausted. I need some rest. I am sure many of you feel the...

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