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Stephen
Bapule
Languages: 
English
August, 1986
Bio: 
I am a graduate from the University of Development Studies in TamaIe, Ghana.I am single and a Ghanaian from Nandom in the Upper West Region of Ghana. I speak fluent english in addition to three local dialects. I am also a strong willed,energetic and dynamic young man who is always willing to learn and go the extra mile to achieve positive results. I also have passion for community based projects. This is something i developed during my days in the University. The University For Development Studies is the only University in Ghana that runs the trimester programme. The third trimester was therefore dedicated to community based projects especially in remote areas and i was fortunate to be the leader of my group to delve into the problems of the peaple in these deprived communities and find possible solutions to them.
Volunteering Experience: 
During my University education at the University for Development Studies, i spent eight weeks for three consecutive years in a village in Ghana called Kobre which is under the Yeji District in Brong-Ahafo Region. We delved into their problems. anlysed and looked for possible solutions to them by identifing their needs. We also educated them on child care, family planning and the importance of education.
Education: 
University For Development Studies
Occupation: 
Inspection officer
Other Skills: 
Very good human relations
Stephen Bapule
Accra
Ghana
Languages:
English
August, 1986
Description
I am a graduate from the University of Development Studies in TamaIe, Ghana.I am single and a Ghanaian from Nandom in the Upper West Region of Ghana. I speak fluent english in addition to three local dialects. I am also a strong willed,energetic and dynamic young man who is always willing to learn and go the extra mile to achieve positive results. I also have passion for community based projects. This is something i developed during my days in the University. The University For Development Studies is the only University in Ghana that runs the trimester programme. The third trimester was therefore dedicated to community based projects especially in remote areas and i was fortunate to be the leader of my group to delve into the problems of the peaple in these deprived communities and find possible solutions to them.
Volunteering Experience
During my University education at the University for Development Studies, i spent eight weeks for three consecutive years in a village in Ghana called Kobre which is under the Yeji District in Brong-Ahafo Region. We delved into their problems. anlysed and looked for possible solutions to them by identifing their needs. We also educated them on child care, family planning and the importance of education.
Education
University For Development Studies
Occupation
Inspection officer
Other Skills
Very good human relations
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