Cross Cultural Collaborative, Inc.

Cross Cultural Collaborative, is a non-profit educational organisation that promotes cultural exchange and understanding.
Our programs emphasize multigenerational and multicultural collaborations encouraging participants to find rewards in different forms of art.

Aba House, as it's known in the small village of Nungua, helps the local children to develop their creativity by teaching how to use tools for expanding their imagination and craftsmanship. The organization also supports the children by providing them with school materials and other necessities. We bring volunteers and artists from different cultures together in a supportive environment where they can get to know each other through the language of art. At the core of our program is the belief that interaction between African and non-African cultures is mutually enriching.

Hardships & Goodships in Ghana
Written by Aba, a collection of true stories that are a good cultural orientation to Ghana. click to purchase

Recycle Ghana

Works in paper created
by children in Ghana
click to
view catalogue


To our Surface Design readers looking for
Adinkra stamps,
please click here.

(this link takes you to our shop on AfricanCraft.com)

Volunteering
at Aba House
The kids
at Aba House

We hope that you will explore all of our pages, but if you are a first time visitor, we
suggest starting with the
WORKSHOPS page. It will introduce you to our programs.


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Recipient of 2012
Puffin Foundation grant

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