- Check-in time 14:00
- Check-out time 12:00
Support Akoma Hearts of Ghana with their education projects and the development of a plastic-free community!
Our project is improving the education of the children in an island community of Azizakpe. We provide them with healthcare needs and a sustainable system that improves their lives as we have provided a boat for the community. Our overall goal is to foster the development of a community in which children receive access to good education and healthcare while parents are able to support their children with their developments. Ultimately, we want to live in a plastic-free community.
For now, we have a program, in which we provide a teacher to teach the nursery and kindergarten classes as well as an after school programme where we teach the children creative arts and sports.
Our homestay is a five bedroom house with an open space hall where we have a sofa and a bed dressed in beautiful African prints with a fluffy table. This place is to play some games. We then have a kitchen within the house where we have a gas to cook your own food and fridge with a sink.
On the left side of the hall area is an alley to the rooms. Two sides are for resident volunteers and straight ahead is located our guest room. Our guest room is a dormitory room with 5 beds and has a floor all tiled with a decent toilet and bath located in the room.
Behind the house is a verandah where there is a table overlooking the green back yard farms where you can eat and also work. It is very peace and relaxing space. Ada Foah where we are located is touristic place where you virtually live between the Sea and the volta river. It also has historic relevance as the Dutch were here during the colonial period and this can be seen in the old European style church architecture by the beach and some classical architecture ruins. Within a 10 minute walk from our house you can get to the beautiful wide Atlantic ocean.
Drinking water for sale.
Any questions? Nils from Socialbnb will be answering all your questions!
Visit a rum island where you get to see how local rum is distilled.
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