Volunteer Profile: Mark Reidy

Volunteer Profile: Mark Reidy

Mark Reidy is a freelance writer, mostly writing technical articles and social media pieces for which his science background obviously comes in handy. He also works for a book wholesaler. A while ago, he took some time out to study for a Masters degree in the History...
Paradise Found

Paradise Found

Kathryn Bright recently spent six months in Ecuador helping with the the South American launch of the Peace Education Program. In her travels, she re-visited the small town of Paragachi, where TPRF participated with funding to restore the city’s irrigation...
Under the Baobab Tree–Oldest Man in Otinibi Tells How It All Began

Under the Baobab Tree–Oldest Man in Otinibi Tells How It All Began

Alex Wiredu has undertaken the fascinating task of learning about the history and daily lives of the people served by the Food for People program that opened in Otinibi, Ghana on May 15, 2012, almost one year ago. Alex’s co-worker, Francis, is a photographer who...
A Very Personal Journey

A Very Personal Journey

TPRF volunteer Lisa Rossetti recently fulfilled a lifetime ambition of returning to her childhood home in Ghana. She shares her moving story with us in this week’s post. I was a colonial child, brought up in the Gold Coast in the early 50’s. We lived in the...