Accra, Ghana

  title={Accra, Ghana},
  author={Samuel Yaw Opoku and William Kwadwo Antwi and Stephanie Ruby Sarblah},
  journal={The Statesman’s Yearbook Companion},
Estimated expenses not included in the program fee: Airfare 2,450 $ Housing deposit (key)-residence hall* 16 GHS 8 $ Single Room surcharge* 132 $ Meals* 300 GHS 154 $ Optional field study courses & tours: Kumasi Tour 300 $ Lake Volta Eco Tour 300 $ Service Learning transportation 150 GHS 77 $ Social Service Delivery System field trip 75 $ People and Culture of Africa course field trips 50 $ Student visa 200 $ Yellow fever vaccine 120 $ Personal expenses* 205 GHS 105 $ Textbooks & supplies* 60… 
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