Ewura Karim Adams a final year theater for development student and a onetime SRC presidential candidate here at the University of Ghana as part of his final year project is embarking on what he terms as a social impact adventure to the north to tour and to heal.
His project is dubbed Health and Tourism which aims as using tourism as a tool to make an impact in the lives of people living in those communities.
In an engagement with Ewura Adams, he said “I want to use the project as a medium to promote quality healthcare delivery promote volunteerism as well as use creative ways to solve society’s problems”
The project will have participants visit about ten tourist sites in the northern part of Ghana as well as serve as volunteers to stage a free health screening for close to one thousand women in the East Gonja municipality on breast cancer, diabetes, blood pressure, malaria, HIV/AIDS and hepatitis B.
Participants will be required to pay a subsidized amount of 500 and 700 cedis for students and non-students respectively.
The cost will cover food, accommodation, souvenirs, tourist site entry fee and a certificate. The program is scheduled for November 1st 2018 to 4th November, 2018.
Interested participants are required to register by 28th October, 2018.
The project coordinator can be reached on 0240469641 or via email email@example.com.