Binaba

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Binaba
Village
Binaba is located in Ghana
Binaba
Binaba
Location of Binaba in Upper East region
Coordinates: 10°48′N 0°28′W / 10.800°N 0.467°W / 10.800; -0.467
Country Ghana
Region Upper East Region
District Bawku West District
Population (2013)
 • Total
Time zone GMT
 • Summer (DST) GMT (UTC)

Binaba is a rural village in the Bawku West District of the Upper East Region in north Ghana. The village is 15 km south of the district capital Zebilla.[1][2]

Geography[edit]

There is a dry season, which includes Haramattan winds from mid-November through late March. The rainy season consists of monsoon rains.[2]

Economy[edit]

The principal economic activity is agriculture based on a unimodal distribution of rain. Staple crops include millet, rice and corn. Other important food crops include shea, peanuts, sweet potatoes, mangoes, watermelons and leafy vegetables.[2]

Demographics[edit]

Population[edit]

There are approximately 300 people in Binaba and the surrounding villages of Kusanaba, Zongoyiri, Gori, Kopella, Azuera.

References[edit]

Coordinates: 10°48′N 0°28′W / 10.800°N 0.467°W / 10.800; -0.467