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Members of the Clark community — students, staff, administrators, and alumni — recently returned from a 10-day trip to Ghana organized by Kamaro Abubakar (@dean_abubakar), associate dean for student success-community living, who emigrated from the West African nation in 2004.

They met with educational, political, and business leaders, as well as with fellow students, and visited a school in the northern part of Ghana, where, with Clark’s financial backing, Abubakar was able to secure a donation of 100 much-needed school desks.

At every step, participants built a cross-cultural understanding with their hosts, exploring differences and identifying areas of commonality.

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