Tel: +233-30-393 4708   +233-20-507 3920

Who We  Are

The Aya Centre is a single-purpose, multi-service organization designed to enhance the learning experience and cultural awareness of persons traveling to Ghana.  We are  also committed to contributing to the development of Ghana in particular and  Africa in general.


Towards this end, we are able to provide groups with opportunities to engage in a variety of learning experiences during their stay in Ghana—including classroom instruction, community service projects, and internship arrangements.  In short, at the Aya Centre—depending on you and/or your group’s unique interests, needs, preferences, and goals—we can make all of the necessary arrangements to ensure that your time  in the Republic of Ghana is well spent!

The  Aya  Symbol

The Aya symbol, portrayed below, is one of the famous Adinkra symbols of Ghana.  Although they were first used by the Asante, the Adinkra symbols are now embraced by the entire Ghanaian population and have become uniquely Ghanaian.


In addition to providing aesthetic value, the Adinkra symbols also reflect the philosophical outlook of the people in the form of non-verbal expressions of proverbs, parables and maxims.  Aya stands for endurance and defiance of difficulties  in all aspects of human endeavoUr.  It stresses the need for human beings to be strong-willed, self-reliant and resourceful in order to meet the uncertainties of life.  These are the characteristics that  we at the Aya Centre try our best to exemplify.



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The Aya Centre Private Mail Bag  L73

University of Ghana.

Ghana -  West  Africa

C22/26 2nd Freetown Link, Okponglo Junction/ East Legon (Approximately 5 minutes from the University of Ghana)

Office Phone: +233-30-2544024/ +233-30-393 4708

Cell Phone: +233-20-5073920

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