· Today was the day I had to give my Capstone presentation to signify my last day of work at OLGH and the end of my time here in Africa. Capstone presentations entail creating a power-point presentation containing important info about your stay in Ghana such as project overview, things you have learned, suggestions for new interns, suggestions for the project site.. you get the idea. Once the power-point is complete we must invite key people that we worked with to our presentation. Attendees at my presentation included my Twi instructor Lawrence, the head nurse in Charge Sister Edwige, two coworkers from the lab, Isaac from ProWorld, as well as my Sister BB from my homestay. They all sat along a long conference table watching me intently through my entire presentation. When I was done flipping through the slide they gave me a large round of applause and congratulated me for completing my program. When it was time for questions, I was pleasantly surprised with what came up. I was surprised only because after any presentation in college, you rarely get any questions, maybe one or two if you are lucky. It was Roger from the lab who started off the questions and it was a waterfall effect from there. They all mentioned how observant I was in regards to the concerns I raised about the hospital. My coworkers took notes and said they will implement solutions to these concerns starting this upcoming week. They agreed with everything that I stated and were very eager to fix things. It was so amazing to see that they genuinely cared in improving their facility and that they were willing to do anything to move forward. Once questions were over, they all applauded one last time and headed back to work. When I got here I felt like my two months would never end, but after I got my feet wet, boy did time fly. I have had such an amazing experience learning new things and meeting amazing people here. Ghana will be missed deeply. I have only six mere days to soak up any last memories, so I better use my time wisely.