Volunteer with A.R.E
A.R.E receives volunteers from all over the world to work on HIV education and grassroots governance projects. Since 2004, A.R.E has hosted some 30 interns from the Warwick University Medical School, who have worked on HIV education projects in rural schools in forty communities and four clinics and hospitals in Ghana.
Short term interns:
Short term volunteers have been working on the HEAL project. A.R.E is currently implementing the third Phase of the HEAL 11 Project which includes interventions in HIV and Malaria education and prevention in 50 rural communities and schools in the Central Region.
Long term interns:
ARE also works with project development and fundraising interns to support its project development fundraising efforts at the local/international level. Interns may decide to stay in their home countries and work with ARE online to raise funds to finance pro poor interventions in education, health and governance, or spend a minimum of 1 year in Ghana.
A.R.E Interns are responsible for their living expenses. ARE shall provide highly subsidised accommodation for long term interns staying on for six months or more in Twifo Praso.
Below is an estimate for a day/month’s living in Ghana
Conference Organization and Event Management
ARE also organizes international conferences for its clients. Our services include the following:
Hotel Accommodation and Logistics
Transportation and Visa
Events Organization and Management
Conference raporteuring and photography
Pre Conference Management
Local and International Study Visits
A.R.E organizes study visits to local and international institutions and communities of developmental interest in Africa. Our speciality is in the areas of rural development, governance, education, health and environment. A.R.E has in the past hosted seven different groups from Warwick University Medical School and the Black Community in Nova Scotia, Canada, as part of the historic `Connecting to Africa project' where visits were made to rural communities, Parliament of Ghana, grassroots organizations, places of tourist and educational appeal and meetings held with development leaders.