For the arrival, the family was on time to pick me up and directly really joyful about me being there and it was touching. The orientation before the program started was I think necessary for me. Being aware of the city’s context and how people can react with they see me is important. Know about the money and how to buy stuff and bargain too. Also, about the orientation on getting to my placement, a week with a person going with me every day to the orphanage and step by step going alone was perfect. I had time to know the places and how to tell people where I was going. As for the accommodation, the room is really nice and the bathroom too. The food was also really well prepared and the host always wanted me to feel comfortable. The proportions were regarding my appetite. The garden is a real plus to the accommodation itself! To resume, for me during these 3 months everything was great! The fact to have been able to go to 2 different schools is great to really see the difference they can have between them and to get to know more people also. I never felt insecure alone in the streets or in the common transportation. The sanitary pads donation was also a part that I enjoyed so much while doing it! It was really heart-touching to speak with those girls and to see how they can be grateful to you for what you do without knowing you. I didn’t hope for anything from this stay but it gave me so much of life knowing that I am really grateful for going with this organisation to Ghana.