Veterinary shadowing in Ghana
Veterinary shadowing in Ghana is perfect for:
those who love animals, and have had experience working looking after them in veterinary clinics, veterinary hospitals, kennels, catteries, animal shelters, animal conservation projects
those contemplating a career in veterinary science and applying for university placement and wishing to have some experience working with domestic animals in a third world country.
Standards of animal care differ in Ghana. It is important to take into account that most families live below the poverty line and may not have the money or the knowledge on how to care properly for their pets.
You will shadow the vets and veterinary nurses and share your skills and knowledge with them contributing towards the improvement of veterinary standards in Ghana.
At the same time, you will become part of the community and meet the warm and friendly Ghanaians who will welcome you to their country and into their hearts.
Where you will stay
Volunteers stay in single sex dorm bedrooms, with bunk beds, ceiling fans and en-suite shower rooms with w.c. and basin. The volunteer house is modern, clean and airy.
Volunteers have three meals daily at the Volunteer House and you will need to get yourself to your work placements by local bus or taxi which is very cheap. Drinking water sachets are included as is orientation on arrival and accompanying you to your placement until you are confident to get their on your own.
In your spare time
The NGO you will be staying with can organize group trips to Milly’s Beach, Cape Coast, Mole National Park or the Volta Delta Region. If there are any local events going on, they will let you know and take you if you want to go.
|Number of weeks||Price||What's included|
|2 weeks||£850||Pre-departure advice and support|
|3 weeks||£1,050||Airport collection on arrival|
|4 weeks||£1,250||Accommodation at Volunteer House|
|5 weeks||£1,450||3 meals daily|
|6 weeks||£1,650||orientation on arrival|
|7 weeks||£1,850||free drinking water|
|8 weeks||£2,050||introduction to placement|