Global Nutrition and Health in Ghana – The Talented Women’s Club (Part 2)

In the second part of the interview, Anastasia Essien talks about her relationship with the Global Nutrition and Health (GNH) students who came to Ghana to take their internship and do research for their thesis.

She points out how their presence has been important for the Talented Women’s Club (TWC), as the students helped the small TWC community by giving advice on eating habits, physical activity, as well as by doing practical work as shown by some of the following pictures.

At the end of the interview, Amy Faircloth will tell you why it is important to take an education like GNH.

Do you have a question for Amy? You can contact her here: AmyFaircloth [at]

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