The Projects Coordinator, James Afful, and one member of Engineers Without Borders (EWB) KNUST chapter, embarked on a journey to Ullo, Ghana.
The purpose of the trip ultimately was to know the status of the bridge construction site, and collaborative projects preceding the arrival of the team from the Engineers Without Borders Chapter of Iowa State University (EWB ISU).
The team arrived at the Adehyee Market at 6:45am on Friday, 10th December, 2021. Two tickets were purchased for a bus going to Wa in the Upper West region of Ghana, and the bus set of at exactly 8:00am. The team arrived in Wa at 5:30pm, and went for a motorcycle, after which they continued their journey to the Immaculate Guest House in Jirapa. In the morning of the next day, the team set out to Ullo at 8:00am.
After the tour, the travel team thanked Mr. Paul for taking time off his busy schedule to take them to see the project sites.
They set off for Jirapa at 2:00pm that day, and slept at the guesthouse to rest for the night. The next morning at about 5:30am the team left Jirapa and continued to Kumasi through Wa, Bole, Techiman and finally arrived in Kumasi at about 3:30 pm. Overall, the trip was very successful and all targets were met at the end of the trip.