The Feast is delighted to be taking a group of young people to Ghana, for ten days in summer 2015. With countries at war with each other and within themselves due to religious differences, The Feast exists to equip Christian and Muslim teenagers to live peacefully with each other, despite these differences. Project Ghana is an interfaith social action project enabling 8 Christian and Muslim young people in the UK to share this learning around preventing and appropriate responses to religious conflict with teens in Ghana, whilst working to sustainably enhance the lives of local children. The project includes social action, faith discussions, cultural exchanges and fundraising.
We are saddened to see the devastating effects of the current Ebola outbreak. To date there have been no confirmed cases of Ebola in Ghana and the UK Home Office continues to state that it is safe to travel to Ghana. We are monitoring the outbreak and discussing options for a ‘back up plan’ in case it is needed.
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