“In association with the Nka Foundation in Ghana, I, Niall OCleirigh an Architectural Designer/ Technologist from Dublin, Ireland, will host a workshop to learn from vernacular and about earth architecture in the Ashanti Region in Ghana.
Immerse in local vernacular architecture and culture of the Ashanti Region
How to use local methods and
and materials, learning from vernacular architecture and traditional practices.
Participate in build, experiencing
and learning from local knowledge.
> 8 Weeks (8 Nov. 2014 – 24 Jan. 2015)
> You can join at anytime from 2 weeks up to 8 weeks.
>Project Contribution – 300€ per person
>Accommodation – 60€ per week
>Food – 50€ per week
> plus personal expenses, airfare, visas, vaccinations etc.
I look forward to any inquires and warmly welcome anyone to participate.”
3 thoughts on “Natural Building Workshop in Ghana”
I can come and pay for food and lodge, but if Im volunteering, I would prob not be able pay the $300. I would work hard and contribute my skills and knowledge. I would have to take time off my job and I don’t have a lot of money for the plane ticket etc.. Would that work?
They may not see this. It’s probably best to contact them directly.
Sure. Who pays for security of the individual while in Ghana.
Very silly marketing to the public for this endeavor in this part of the world.