• Chocolate Passions Trail

    Exclusive moments for chocolate lovers to experience farm gate activities of the chocolate value chain
  • Wildlife & Nature Footsteps

    Pleasurable strides in the sky & on top of trees at the world’s longest rain forest canopy walkway
  • Country Side

    Magical co-existence at unique towns where mona monkeys, residents and tourists enjoy excellent peaceful cohabitation
  • Sea, Sand & Sun Deep Dive

    Captivating canoe excursions that takes UNESCO world heritage followers and enthusiasts to Nzulezu, the quintessential village on stilt (Ghana's answer to Amsterdam) and other stash away pristine wetlands, fresh water lagoons and/or consummating tropical swamp forest sites
  • Wildlife & Nature Footsteps

    Upon arrival in Ghana, the first sound you will hear is laughter which makes you feel very welcomed and if you love this, another opportunity await you to experience fascinating birds chirping diverse charming sounds in many tropical rain forests, watch colorful butterflies and other wildlife species
  • History Panorama

    Kwame Nkrumah mausoleum, at the heart of the capital city, Accra in memory of Ghana's first president (the African personality of the millennium)
  • Wildlife & Nature Footsteps

    Exhilarating companionship, experience Ghana’s internationally acclaimed extreme friendship, courtesy and hospitality even from the wild
  • Wildlife & Nature Footsteps

    Explore diverse majestic & amazing wildlife species within national wildlife conservation parks
  • History Panorama

    The spiritual river where African Slaves en-route to long domestic and industrial servitude in the New Found World (America) and elsewhere had their last bath and touch of African waters
  • Sea, Sand & Sun Deep Dive

    Astonishing cruise to the mystical Dodi Island brings you up close and personal with the wonders of/and across Lake Volta (the world's largest man made Lake by surface area)
  • Native & Indigenous Culture Exploits

    Adowa dance, a flamboyant indigenous and native dance of the Ashanti Kingdom performed with elaborate moves and intricate gestures worth indulging
  • Native & Indigenous Culture Exploits

    Explore, experience and get hands-on with incredible indigenous lifestyles of communication and entertainment offered through majestic drum beats
  • Sea, Sand & Sun Deep Dive

    If it must be uniquely impact oriented, deeply satisfying and fun filled beach & sunbathing vacation, it must be Ghana the only place on earth where beach, beats & fun meets
  • Precious Minerals Expedition

    Exclusive moments to satisfy your curiosity as to why Ghana was once named Gold Coast with a visit to this beautiful land where Gold & other minerals can be found even at the least expected places

Global Intercultural, Diversity and Peace Network (GIDPN)

Volunteer, Internship, International, Cultural and Educational Exchange Placement (VIICEEP)

Unique opportunities to touch many lives of the very vulnerable, poor, needy, marginalized and minorities through community development projects

Unique Moments of Inspiration: exciting community activities provide the platform to follow your passions

Expression of Solidarity with the Vulnerable/Needy: health and medical volunteers helping to create an impactful social and humanitarian good in Ghana

Fantastic Cultural Immersion: unique experience of Ghana’s nativities and traditions full of drum beats

 Consummating Coastlines:  sea, sand and sun immersion, seamless beach and beats experience

True Intercultural Learning: practical demonstration of a typical everyday activity in the life of a Ghanaian rural female

Magical Companionship: experience Ghana’s internationally acclaimed extreme friendship, courtesy and hospitality even from the wild

 

Background Information

At the interface between volunteerism, active citizenship, students, cultural, philanthropic and ecological protection enthusiasts, internship, social integration or inclusion, intercultural dialogue, non-formal education and sustainable pro-poor, needy, vulnerable, marginalized and deprived social, cultural, economic, humanitarian and democratic development, environmental, ecological and wildlife and natural resource protection, the Global Intercultural, Diversity and Peace Network (GIDPN) facilitates travel to Ghana for cultural, educational, volunteer, internship, gap year and/or international experience. It also amplifies mutual respect, acceptance and understanding between cultures, people and communities around the world.

Further, GIDPN involves initiatives that illuminates leveraging of gender, ethnic, social, cultural, religious and economic barriers, grassroots attitudinal and behavioral changes among diverse people, communities and societies. The ultimate goal is to promote, strengthen and support knowledge and technological transfer, social, cultural, ecological protection, sustainable economic and humanitarian development activities, diversity management dynamics, teamwork, social and intercultural communication competences development, acquisition and/or improvement for global peace building.

Experience of different culture, tradition, diversity, lifestyles, history, environment, people and communities is as unique and personal as fingerprints. It's your turn now to create your unique and personal fingerprints of the unparalleled culture, tradition, diversity, lifestyles, history, landscapes, hospitable, friendly and courteous people and communities of Ghana. GIDPN provides unique moments for engaging in pro-poor, vulnerable, marginalized and deprived social, cultural, humanitarian, economic development and environmental protection activities including, but not limited to health or medical services, teaching assistance, child care assistance, technical or vocational skills development, community development projects, ecological, wildlife and natural resource conservation, sports development and au or demi pair.

Undoubtedly, combining these activities provides a formidable platform which present individuals or groups unique moments to explore the diverse cultural institutions, practices, heritage and traditions within Ghana. These include famous palaces, traditional councils and shrines to experience the intricate traditional court systems of ad judicature, settling of disputes and even of detecting crime. Others are experiencing and participating in traditional cultural practices and norms including but not limited to festivals, drumming and dancing, cooking, food and drinks, funeral, child naming, marriage and farming.

The best part of it all is the incredible opportunity to be enstooled or enskined as a community queen mother or chief. An attempt to learn a local dialect will be cool, awesome, fun and an excellent value addition, believing in the recognition given to language as an emissary of culture, agent of tradition and knowledge as well as manifestation of individual and community identity.

GIDPN delivers an intense immersion in the history, culture, traditions and way of life of the Ghanaian people. Certainly, this project offers superb moments to participate and fully engage in Ghanaian culture, traditions, history, gastronomy and lifestyles at the grassroots level. The ultimate goal is to serve as a catalyst for sustainable pro-poor/vulnerable social, humanitarian and economic development, intercultural competences and diversity management skills development, acquisition and improvement. 

Significantly, multiculturalism has become one of the most touted quality human and interpersonal relations attributes in the 21st century and key employable skill assets in an increasingly globalized world. GIDPN represent a perfect atmosphere for developing, acquiring and/or improving social, intercultural relations competences and diversity management skills for international peace-building.

Call this grassroots intercultural diplomacy and you would be spot-on!

Objectives

  • To facilitate youth, cultural, international, internship, volunteer and educational exchanges between Ghana and the rest of the world, amplify mutual respect, acceptance and understanding among cultures, people and communities around the world, whilst executing initiatives that illuminates leveraging of gender, ethnic, social, cultural, religious and economic barriers, fundamental grassroots attitudinal and behavioral change
  • To serve as a catalyst for supporting, strengthening and promotion of Ghana's native and indigenous cultural heritage, ecological, wildlife and natural resources image and reputation on the international stage for a sustainable pro-poor or vulnerable tourism development
  • To spearhead the quest for youth development and empowerment within the framework of peaceful co-existence, intercultural and social relations competences and diversity management skills development dynamics to provide the basis for supporting and strengthening communal peace building, conflict prevention, mediation and crisis management
  • To support grassroots and indigenous youth through training and capacity building particularly in the field of tourism, travel and hospitality entrepreneurial, business and product development, management and marketing to become more resilient, resourceful and self-reliant by acquiring the rightful skills core competences, skills set, knowledge and experience needed to become relevant in Ghana's social, cultural, humanitarian, economic and democratic development and within their respective societies or communities
  • To lobby and advocate for policies formulation paradigm shift towards authorities or decision makers assuming greater political capacity, mastery and commitments to addressing the social, cultural, economic, humanitarian and democratic development challenges confronting the youth especially, females, children and people with reduced mobility
  • To assist in building the confidence and self-esteem of the youth through mentor-ships, counseling, guidance, coaching, capacity building and training programs, which will then propel as well as facilitate entering and participating fully in any field of human endeavor with a lot more ease, whilst at the same time, mounting intensive public education and sensitization campaigns to change perceptions and attitudes relative to cultural, social, ethnic, religious and gender discrimination, uncomplimentary prejudices, stereotypes, glass ceilings and tokenism, ecological, wildlife, environmental and natural resource protection

Activities

  • Au or demi pair
  • Child care assistance
  • Sports development help
  • Health or medical support
  • Community development projects aid
  • Professional, technical or vocational skills development assistance
  • Ecological, wildlife, biodiversity, natural resource and environmental protection
  • Teaching assistance: any subject or field of competence and/or interest (Sept-Dec, Jan-Apr, May-Jul)
  • Culture, family or community deep dive (diversity management dynamics, teamwork, social and intercultural communication skills development)

When to Participate

  • All year round
  • Dependent on prospective participants’ convenience or availability

Types of Participation/Registration

  • Individually
  • Group (no limitation to number of people)

Age Limits 

  • Fifteen (15) years and above
  • Under fifteen (15) with parent/adult

Accommodation

  • Home-stay (excellent opportunity to explore and experience native and indigenous gastronomy and lifestyles)
  • Self-find (optional and self-financed)

Meals

  • Provided by host families or communities
  • All native and indigenous cousins and beverages

Placement Contributions

  • Two (2) weeks: US$ 680
  • Three (3) weeks: US$ 880
  • Four (4) weeks: US$ 1,090
  • Five (5) weeks: US$ 1,300
  • Six (6) weeks: US$ 1,510
  • Seven (7) weeks: $ 1,720
  • Eight (8) weeks: US$ 1,930
  • Nine (9) weeks: US$ 2,140
  • Ten (10) weeks: US$ 2,350
  • Eleven (11) weeks: $ 2,560
  • Twelve (12) weeks: $ 2,770

Less than two (2) weeks/More than twelve (12) weeks: Acceptable

Contribution Exemptions

  • Transportation to or from home country
  • Visa application and processing fees
  • Travel health insurance
  • All kinds of medical vaccinations 
  • Personal travels, entertainment and any other expenses outside the program

If it must be a great impactful Social, Intercultural, Philanthropic, Ecological and Peace building Experience in Africa (Ghana), It must be Global Intercultural, Diversity and Peace Network (GIDPN)!

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