Our host families can accommodate between one and four volunteers each. The accommodation cannot be compared with the Central European standard of living. However, you have electricity, running water, and rooms with door locks and mosquito protection. In case of water shortage, water tanks are available. Life in Ghana is very social. People go to each other’s houses at any time of the day and everything is shared. The volunteers learn about the Ghanaian traditions and everyday life and can help the families with their daily tasks. All host families are carefully selected by us. Our co-ordinators visit them regularly to make sure that the volunteers are safe and sound.