Executive Summary



Aerojet Aviation Ghana Limited (Aerojet) is a corporation made up of complementary business units that seeks to provide tailored and professional aviation services across Africa. This includes aviation technical support, maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) services. A state-of-the-art facility will be built at the Kotoka International Airport in Accra, Ghana will serve as a Centre of Excellence where all aviation services will be delivered.

Through the project, Aerojet is committed to providing sustainable livelihoods for thousands of young people on the African continent. However, the targeted group are financially unable to acquire the requisite skills to harness the multiple learning and employment opportunities that will be generated from the project.

The Aerojet Project shall bring aircraft technical training and knowledge to the doorstep of Africans on the continent who would otherwise not have the opportunity to pursue careers in aviation.

To enable the target group of young Africans take advantage of this opportunity, Aerojet Aviation has established the Aerojet Foundation to support a Training Academy to ensure any financial limitation is completely eliminated.


The Aerojet Foundation has the sole responsibility of fund raising and defining the strategic direction of the Aviation Training Academy.

The Aerojet Foundation is also focused on contributing to SGD Goal 5 by increasing and promoting the inclusion of girls and young women in our training programs. This will be critical in helping to increase the number of women in the aviation sector and specifically in Engineering.

The Foundation will support youth in Ghana and West and Central Africa who show promise and meet the requirements by providing scholarships for training.

Vision || Mission

1. Directly impact the lives of African youth by giving them specialist technical skills training and life skills they can use to improve themselves & their communities. 


2. Unlock the minds and abilities of African youth through leadership and mentorship and equip them with all-round employable skills and sustainable livelihoods. 


3. Improve gender parity in the aviation sector by strategically, selecting and including girls and young women in advance STEM education initiatives and specific aviation and aerospace programs.