Past Tamale Event: VOL 2

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VOL 2

August 05, 2018
@ Chucks Bar & Restaurant

Our second PechaKucha Night Tamale will take place on the evening of Sunday August 5th, 2018 (630PM). The 20x20 presentation style keep presentations concise fast paced and entertaining.  To keep in the spirirt of a venue that encourages thinking and drinking!

Tamale's 2nd PechaKuchaNight will take place at Chuck's Bar & Resturant (on Mariam Hotel Road). This event will feature local presenters speaking for 6min and 40 seconds about a great story, something inspiring or just share an idea. Anyone can present! Please email pknTamale@gmail.com for additional questions.

Looking forward to seeing you there. 

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The Dawn of the Yellow Yellows

BY MAXINE BETTERIDGE-MOES
@ VOL 2 ON AUG 05, 2018

Maxine  Betteridge-Moes interviews some yellow yellow and taxi drivers around Tamale, Ghana to get their perspectives about transportation in Northern Ghana and how the new insergence of yellow yellow tricycles has impacted the local economy. 

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Relationship Compatibility

BY SAMUEL (SAMMY) ADJEI
@ VOL 2 ON AUG 05, 2018

Samuel (Sammy) Adjei speaks about Relationship Compatibility. Many partners just think compatibility means they should have similar interests, values, expectations etc; and so when their differences become evident in the relationship, they become helpless and give up.

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The Camino de Santiago: My 111km Walk Across Spain

BY HEIDI AYRAN
@ VOL 2 ON AUG 05, 2018

The Camino de SantiagoHeidi Ayran's 111km Walk Across Spain. In this presentation she explains why she did it, how she did it, who she met along the way, and what happened in those 30 days.

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Building a Unique Home on a Budget

BY BETHANY DAVIDSON
@ VOL 2 ON AUG 05, 2018

Bethany Davidson explains how to build a unique home on a budget.

Samuel (Sammy) Adjei
WASH Resource Person, and Love and Relationship Consultant, Afram Plains Development Organization (APDO), and Love and Love Reflections in Tamale
Heidi Ayran
Operations Coordinator, Saha Global in Tamale
Maxine Betteridge-Moes
Knowledge Management Advisor, Farm Radio International in Guelph
Dave Dwight
I’m currently working on launching our service in different cities in Ghana, Trade in Tamale
Bethany Davidson
Programs Manager, Resiliency in Northern Ghana (RING) Project in Tamale