Experiencing the World Fellowships - Reports from the Field

From Tradition to Malnutrition: An Application of the Food Choice Questionnaire to Improve Understanding of Food Choice in a Transitioning Ghana

Joseph Drey ’20 (political science)

On Sunday, May 27…

My first two weeks here in Accra have been a fantastic and eye-opening experience. It has not always been easy, but I welcome the challenge and want to get as much out of my time here as I can. After arriving, I spent my first few days touring around the city and adjusting to the differences in life and culture. I started by exploring the main attractions and landmarks of the city. I spent some time at Independence Square, the memorial of the first president, Kwame Nkrumah, and Jamestown, which was the major location of the British in Ghana during the era of colonization and slavery. (more...)