We’ve enjoyed working on the farm and at the children’s library for Volunteer Partnerships for West Africa (VPWA). While those projects are of a larger scale, oddly enough we felt like the most help we provided while at the Children’s Center was during homework time. Every evening after dinner they would gather to do their homework and get some assistance. The regular power outages didn’t break this routine either as we’d just huddle around a flashlight (or torch as everyone else seems to call it). Be it math, science or English we did our best to tutor them through the tough parts. But when it came to Twi homework (the local language) they were on their own.