If I had to describe my trip to Ghana in just 1 word. It would not be impossible. It was an amazing, interesting and very educative experience. I lived in Ghana for a half year because of my study. Besides my study, I participated in several projects set up by Solutions for Life Initiative Ghana. My first 2 weeks were in the capital of Ghana (Accra). This was the place where I got my so-called ‘culture shock’ moment. To be more specific at: Accra Central. I went here in the middle of the day and everywhere were people selling their merchandise. High populations of humans were roaming everywhere and even the streets where the cars needed to drive were full of shops and people, leading to dangerous situations. After these 2 weeks, I took a flight to Kumasi and lived with Sally, Nana, and their kids. They were the best hosts I could get and they showed me the way of living the Ghanian life. When in Kumasi, I enrolled in several activities set up by Solutions For Life Initiative Ghana. One of these activities was the setup of a Christmas party for orphans in the region. We arranged a moon bouncer and a trampoline for the kids to jump on. Further, we arranged food, music, a make-up artists and taught them the importance of hygiene. The kids enjoyed these activities and the happiness on their faces will be something I will never forget. As a foreign male at the party. I got a lot of questions and demonstrations from the boys about soccer. All the boys want to play one day at the international level and meet their idols. Thanks to my hosts, I could connect to many local people and other travelers. With them, I traveled outside Kumasi. Ghanaians are very social; it is easy to connect with them. I even had an opportunity to be live on the radio, just by meeting someone outside a grocery store. Ghana has some interesting landscapes. Going north of Kumasi you will find the savanna, going south you will reach the coastal regions. Kumasi itself has the biggest market located in West Africa. Ghana is a developing country. The gap between the higher society and the lower society is big. There are environmental problems and the medical situation is still improving. With a population that is rapidly growing. These challenges will be harder to tackle. Solutions For Life Initiative Ghana is setting up projects and to tackle these challenges. As being part of the team, you will see the positive changes you can make, in many people’s lives. This journey was an amazing life experience for me as an individual. Lots of things I learned in Ghana had an effect on my own development. Doing my work abroad I also helped others to develop with me. Everyone wins.