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Volunteer is home after ‘changing lives’ in Ghana

An Arran volunteer flew 4,000 miles home for Christmas and the New Year after helping to improve the lives of people with disabilities in Sandema in the Upper East region of Ghana.

Natalie Innes from Lochranza has just completed a three-month stint in West Africa and is talking about her experiences to encourage other young Scots to get involved.

The 22-year-old former Arran High School pupil has been working as part of a team of young British and Ghanaian volunteers on a project to promote inclusions for those with disabilities in mainstream education and society in general.

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