All we do is ecological works, restoring, improving and maintaining a well functioning ecosystem and through this way ensuring that humans, animals, fruits, vegetables, peacefully and happily co-exist in our Ecological Regenerative Center/Community, creating an amazing example of regenerative - sustainable agriculture and sustainable living in Have, Ghana. We teach, empower and promote peace and culture through the use of ecological systems.
Our practices are guided and carefully carried out by permaculture ethics, principles and design systems which speaks well about ecological systems, biodiversity, etc...
We are having a youth soccer team - It simply means that we are also using sport - soccer to be precise as a means of getting the youths to go green and also help those who are talented to get to their next level.
Would you like to know more about the Ghana/ African culture? Learn about resource-based economy and ecology? You like to learn or speak a foreign language, an exchange cultural and experiencing travelers from different countries? If you're thinking about making a different journey and learn more from the Africa continent. In our Eco-project, You can also enjoy a natural environment, perform different field activities, cooperate with a project that is just beginning and aims to learn to develop and share experiences with the people of our community and its surroundings; it's very important to us that these projects can influence the population, people from different places can come to know our eco-project, bring their children, they can see animals and see how to develop a sustainable economy.
Matthew : Matthew is the CEO/Founder - He is a certified Agro-Ecologist, Permaculturist, Slowfoodist, Climate Change Activist, Eco-Designer, Humanitarian, Peace Advocate, Creative Artist, Wellness Coach, Sportsman and a Missioner.
DIY and building projects
Creating/ Cooking family meals
Help with Eco Projects
Help around the house
Help with Computers/ Internet
Working and living in a new country like Ghana west Africa within an unfamiliar culture provides a great experience for visitors. Cultural exchange often involves adapting and learning about a new environment, culture, language, etc this flexibility is a helpful skill and a great benefit for our visitors.
Speak foreign languages, Culture lessons, Cooking lessons, make new friends and mingle with the community
Experience is not required. We are open to teach and learn from each other. We have just gotten some plots of land of our own apart from the fairly leased land we have been working on and we need help in different areas because we are at the very early stages of a large project and would love to share our excitement and experimentation with others. Our joy is to build a new sustainable future for humanity. Our passion for nature is very amazing and we cant't deny the radiant beauty of nature that induces us to fall deeply in love with the uniqueness it offers in different seasons, the nature of the fields, the beautiful landscapes, and the horizon mountains are indeed beautiful to embrace and preserve. We're here because we absolutely love what we do, and we hope to share this with you.
*️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️*️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️Earth works - Digging, Weeding (clearing), Site development/designing, Eco-buildings (natural sustainable buildings) for base camps and Eco-stay, preparing the soil, planting, organic production of vegetables: mulching and helping in maintaining and harvesting / collection, helping to create new seed and nursery and then transplanting to the field once this formed the plant, also with feeding the farm animals, Etc.
*️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️*️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️ In the house, cleaning and cooking, we are like a family and we must maintain order and cleanliness and we must also keep us well fed.
It is essential to be creative, observe, dare to say great things, trying new things, we need new contributions of ideas, points of view different from ours, enjoy what we do because we love, and we want you to feel .
Visitors will be provided with three hearty meals a day and we bet it's
something to enjoy.
We decide to award Attestation (Certifications) to Helpers at the end of their stay.
We would love to have as many as 10 Workawayers come stay with us at any one time. We live in a nice bungalow. House, fenced and with self contained apartment, with water and electricity in it. We do have spare rooms for visitors at the moment but once our Eco-project is fully built, there will be accommodation built specifically for our visitors as an Eco-stay. We have also have a reception room we could accommodate visitors of the same sex or a couple. It's a very nice and exciting opportunity provided our visitors would not mind sharing the space with others.
PLEASE SEND US YOUR ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE DATES TO ENABLE US RESERVE YOUR PLACE.
*️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️ Willingness to collaborate with the activities, the schedule of work is entirely voluntary.
*️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️ Cleanliness and order is essential, you must work out the trash, cleaning the kitchen when you use, cleaning your room, keeping clean the bathroom, etc.
*️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️ Respect between volunteers, respect for nature, care for the environment.
We have lots of fascinating places we can help organize for visit. We can arrange sight seeing tours (Eco-tour) to places around Ghana for example the Water falls, monkey sanctuary, Lakes, Kakum national park, sacred groove, Etc so as to have a larger view during your free time - your time here with us.
Getting around Volta Region, Ghana By bus
The Volta Region is best accessed by road. STC, the national bus network of Ghana, runs buses every day (except Sunday) from Accra to Ho. These buses are air conditioned, run on schedule and are efficient and quick. STC buses depart from their own stations where tourists can book tickets in advance so that they are assured of a seat.
Metro-Mass buses, which can be identified by their orange colour, also run buses from Accra to Ho, Hohoe and Kapando as well as smaller localities in the Volta Region. They operate out of tro-tro stations and are cheaper than STC buses, though they charge an additional fee for luggage.
Tourists can hire either shared taxis or drop taxis to reach Ho, Hohoe and Kpando. Shared taxis are less expensive. However, these taxis do not start till the drivers have taken on as many passengers as they can, so that the taxi gets a bit cramped and you may reach your destination a bit later because the taxis stop frequently to drop passengers.
Drop taxis are a more comfortable way of getting to Volta, although they may be more expensive. Tourists are assured of a comfortable drive and a reasonable degree of punctuality. However, do negotiate and fix the fare before you start, as drivers do try to earn that extra bit, especially from tourists.
The best way to reach the Volta Region is to hire a car from Accra. This journey takes at least four hours. Even though the roads outside Accra are, sometimes, merely dirt tracks, hiring a car does provide a certain flexibility and comfort.
By tro-tro and mini vans
Tourists can also reach the Volta Region by tro-tro or minivan. This also provides an opportunity to drive through local villages. The journey from Accra to Ho by minivan takes about two hours. Tro-tros are relatively cheap, the only disadvantage being that they have no fixed schedule and tend to squeeze in too many passengers.
Getting around Volta
Tro-tros, minivans and cars are the most preferred modes of Volta transportation for getting around the Volta Region. While there are buses that ply in this region, many tourist attractions here involve trekking and take some time. It may not always be possible to synchronize your timings with those of the bus. Tro-tros and taxis are transport in Volta found everywhere and are relatively cheap.
Tourists can also get think of getting around Volta by ferry. There are many cruises from Akosombo and other places along the coast to Lake Volta and boat operators are only too happy to ferry tourists around for that extra tip or ‘dash’.
The Ghana and Volta transport system is not very organised and efforts are underway to streamline transportation systems. In the meanwhile, indigenous modes of Volta transport like ferries, cruise boats and tro-tros fill in the gaps adequately.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Can host families
More than two
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week