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Welcome to the Centre for Ageing Studies

The Centre for Ageing Studies (CFAS) comprises an interdisciplinary group of faculty with teaching and research interests in issues related to ageing. The Centre will conduct cutting edge research and develop academic programmes leading to the accumulation of academic credit and graduate degrees. It will provide students with a solid understanding and practical experience with adult development that prepares them to serve the ageing population in various capacities. Further, the Centre for Ageing Studies will provide resource facilities for healthy ageing programmes.

Director: Prof. Mate-Kole

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Picture of Panelists: (from left) Dr. Akosua Agyemang, Dr. Collins Agyemang Badu, Rev. Dr. Samuel Ayete-Nyampong, Dr. Akye Essuman, Dr. Priscilla Twumasi Baffour
I Am 50 Years Old But My Twin Is 62: Age Reduction Among Public Sector Workers- Benefits and Challenges
The Centre for Ageing Studies organized a panel discussion at the Auditorium, School of Law on 30th May, 2018. The theme for the event was, “I Am 50 Years Old But My Twin Is 62: Age Reduction Among Public Sector Workers, Benefits And Challenges.”
Community Outreach Workshop
The Centre for Ageing Studies organized a three-day training workshop from the 1st – 3rd of May, 2019. This was held in the basement of the Great Hall. The goal of this year’s training programme was to enhance elder care in the Ghanaian society,...
Donation of pieces of cloth to CFAS
Donation to the Centre for Ageing Studies
On 3rd of December,2018, the Centre received a donation of pieces of cloth from Madam Awo Fosuaa Dokyi of Eban Capital Limited ( a company that offers cash management and financial services) and Mr. Henry Kofi Quarshie of Henkoq Group, ( dealers in...