Mankoadze, Ghana is a small town about two hours drive from the capital, Accra. Called via Accra-Cape Coast Road, then there is a small sign that says Mankoadze and arrow indicating a small road that leads to this small town. Much of this community still depends on a small lake for water. Some of their homes are built with concrete and some were built with coconut. Their food and livelihoods depend on fishing. In general, it appears that lack much their lives but also are privileged to not have to worry about maintaining a level or lifestyle as the events developed. They are proud of their culture, carrying in their blood generating power of music. A Christian population, every Sunday they sacredly devote about four hours in the church. Personally, what reason my trip was to do volunteer work with the community but I can happily say that the community has given me much more than I have received in years. And my experience in this small town will never be forgotten. Medase Mankoadze Pa! (Many thanks Mankoadze).