The IAAAE GHANA is the Ghana chapter of the 'International Association of Ahmadi Architects and Engineers'.
The primary aim is to provide humanitarian aid and development to the poorest of the world by
- Provide clean potable drinking water to remote parts of Africa.
- Investigate and provide renewable energy solutions to remote parts of Africa.
- Provide for the provision of MTA in Ahmadi villages across Africa.
- Aid in the design and construction of schools, hospitals, community centres and mosques to serve all.
The Annual IAAAE Symposium is a yearly forum that brings together members of the Association, as well as invited guests to listen to scholarly presentations that are geared towards addressing the pertinent issues affecting the most vulnerable and poorest regions of Africa through Architecture and Engineering Solutions. The second annual symposium will be held on Saturday the 20th of July 2019 at the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission headquarters in Osu, Accra.
Chairman: Alhaj Abdul Wahab Issa
Special guest: Alhaji Maulvi Noor Mohammed Bin Salih
Speaker 1: Gideon Nii Nyan Plange
Topic: Sustainable Use of Water for Drinking and productive use
Speaker 2: Haneefa Abdul-Hameed
Topic: Architecture Trends in Contemporary Society
Speaker 3: Charles Nii Ayiku Ayiku
The Evolution of Digital Technologies and The Future of Architecture and Engineering