Districts of Ghana

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Districts of Ghana.

The Districts of Ghana are second-level administrative subdivisions of Ghana, below the level of region. There are 260 districts.[1]

History[edit]

The districts of Ghana were re-organized in 1988/1989 in an attempt to decentralize the government and to assist in development.[2] The reform of the late 1980s subdivided the regions of Ghana into 110 districts, where local district assemblies should deal with the local administration. By 2006, an additional 28 districts were created by splitting some of the original 110, bringing their number up to 138. In February 2008, there were more districts created and some were upgraded to municipal status. This brought the final number to 170 districts in Ghana.[3] Since then, a further 46 districts have been added since 28 June 2012 bringing the total to 216 districts.[4]

Types of Districts[edit]

Ordinary Districts[edit]

Ordinary Districts have a minimum population of seventy-five thousand people.

Municipalities[edit]

Municipal Districts have a minimum population of ninety-five thousand people.

Metropolises[edit]

Metropolitan Districts have a minimum population of two hundred and fifty thousand people.

Governance and administration[edit]

District Assemblies[edit]

Districts are governed by District Assemblies, which are established by the Minister of Local Government, and serve as the highest political authority in each district. They consist of:

  • the District Chief Executive, appointed by the President of the Republic
  • one person from each electoral area within the district elected by universal adult suffrage
  • the member or members of Parliament from the constituencies that fall within the area of authority of the District Assembly
  • other members that shall not exceed thirty per cent of the total membership of the District Assembly appointed by the President in consultation with the traditional authorities and other interest groups in the district

District Chief Executive[edit]

The District Chief Executive is appointed by the President of the Republic and serves as the representative of the Central Government in the district. The incumbent presides at meetings of the Executive Committee of the District Assembly, and is responsible for:

  • the day-to-day performance of the executive and administrative functions of the District Assembly
  • the supervision of the departments of the District Assembly

Executive committee[edit]

The Executive Committee exercises the executive and coordinating functions of the District Assembly, and has the following members:

  • the District Chief Executive, who serves as chairperson
  • the chairpersons of the following Sub-Committees of the Executive Committee:
    • Development Planning,
    • Social Services
    • Works
    • Justice and Security
    • Finance and Administration
    • the chairperson of one ad hoc Sub-Committee of the Executive Committee elected by the District Assembly
    • any two other members elected by members of the District Assembly, at least one of whom is a woman

Presiding Member[edit]

Each District Assembly elects a Presiding Member from among their number, who convenes and presides at meetings of the District Assembly.

Functions of District Assemblies[edit]

As the political and administrative authorities over the districts, the primary function of District Assemblies is to promote local economic development.

The Local Government Act of 2016[5] also tasks District Assemblies to:

  • formulate and execute plans, programs and strategies for the effective mobilization of the resources necessary for the overall development of the district
  • promote and support productive activity and social development in the district and remove any obstacles to initiative and development
  • sponsor the education of students from the district to fill particular manpower needs of the district especially in the social sectors of education and health, making sure that the sponsorship is fairly and equitably balanced between male and female students
  • initiate programs for the development of basic infrastructure and provide municipal works and services in the district
  • be responsible for the development, improvement and management of human settlements and the environment in the district
  • in co-operation with the appropriate national and local security agencies, be responsible for the maintenance of security and public safety in the district
  • ensure ready access to courts in the district for the promotion of justice
  • act to preserve and promote the cultural heritage within the district
  • initiate, sponsor or carry out studies that may be necessary for the discharge of any of their duties

The Act also grants the District Assemblies with the following authorities:

  • Auction sales, as provided by the Auction Sales Act, 1989 (P.N.D.C.L. 230)[6]
  • Liquor licensing, as provided by the Liquor Licensing Act, 1970 (Act 331)[7]
  • Control bushfires, as provided by the Control and Prevention of Bushfires Act, 1990 (P.N.D.C.L. 229)*[8]
  • Execute the following provisions of the Criminal Offences Act, 1960 (Act 29) within its district: section 296 in respect of throwing rubbish in the street; and section 300 in respect of stray cattle

List of Districts[edit]

Ahafo Region[edit]

Ahafo Region in Ghana

The Ahafo Region of Ghana was created by a referendum in December 2018. The regional capital is Goaso.[9] It was part of the then Brong-Ahafo Region and contains 6 districts, 3 municipal and 3 ordinary districts. These are:

District Category Capital Established Comments
Asunafo North Municipal Goaso[a] 1912[10] Regional capital
Asunafo South District Kukuom 2012[11]
Asutifi North District Kenyasi
Asutifi South District Hwidiem 2012[12]
Tano North Municipal Duayaw Nkwanta 2004[13]
Tano South Municipal Bechem 2004[14]

Ashanti Region[edit]

Districts of the Ashanti Region

The Ashanti Region of Ghana is made up of 43 districts.[15] This was increased from 30 districts. This is made up of 1 Metropolitan, 19 Municipal and 23 Ordinary districts.[16] These are:

District Category Capital Established Comments
Adansi Asokwa District Adansi Asokwa 2018[17]
Adansi North District Fomena
Adansi South District New Edubiase
Afigya-Kwabre North District Boamang 2018[18]
Afigya-Kwabre South District Kodie 1 November 2007[19]
Ahafo-Ano North Municipal Tepa 1988[20]
Ahafo-Ano South East District Dwinyame / Adugyama 2018[21]
Ahafo-Ano South West District Mankranso
Akrofuom District Akrofuom 15 March 2018[22]
Amansie Central District Jacobu 2004[23]
Amansie West District Manso Nkwanta 1988[24]
Amansie South District Manso Adubia 15 March 2018[25]
Asante-Akim Central Municipal Konongo 1988[26]
Asante-Akim North District Agogo
Asante-Akim South Municipal Juaso
Asokore-Mampong Municipal Asokore Mampong 29 June 2012[27]
Asokwa Municipal Asokwa 2018[28]
Atwima-Kwanwoma District Twedie November 2007[29]
Atwima-Mponua District Nyinahin
Atwima-Nwabiagya Municipal Nkawie
Atwima-Nwabiagya North District Barekese 2018[30]
Bekwai Municipal Bekwai
Bosome Freho District Asiwa
Bosomtwe District Kuntanse
Ejisu Municipal Ejisu
Ejura/Sekyedumase Municipal Ejura
Juaben Municipal Juaben 2018[31]
Kumasi Metropolitan Kumasi[a]
Kwabre East Municipal Mamponteng
Kwadaso Municipal Kwadaso 2018[32]
Mampong Municipal Mampong
Obuasi East Municipal Tutuka 2018[33]
Obuasi Municipal Obuasi 2004[34]
Offinso Municipal Offinso 2007[35]
Offinso North District Akomadan
Oforikrom Municipal Oforikrom 2018[36]
Old Tafo Municipal Old Tafo 2018[37]
Sekyere Afram Plains District Drobonso 28 June 2012[38]
Sekyere Central District Nsuta
Sekyere East District Effiduase 1988[39]
Sekyere Kumawu District Kumawu 2008[40]
Sekyere South District Agona
Suame Municipal Suame 2018[41]

Bono Region[edit]

Bono Region in Ghana

The Bono Region of Ghana was created by a referendum in December 2018. It was part of the then Brong-Ahafo Region and contains 12 districts, 5 municipal and 7 ordinary districts. These are:

District Category Capital Established Comments
Banda District Banda Ahenkro
Berekum East Municipal Berekum
Berekum West District Jinijini
Dormaa Central Municipal Dormaa Ahenkro
Dormaa East District Wamfie
Dormaa West District Nkrankwanta
Jaman North District Sampa
Jaman South Municipal Drobo
Sunyani Municipal Sunyani[a] Regional capital
Sunyani West District Odumase
Tain District Nsawkaw
Wenchi Municipal Wenchi

Bono East Region[edit]

Bono East Region in Ghana

The Bono East Region of Ghana was created by a referendum in December 2018. It was part of the then Brong-Ahafo Region of Ghana and contains 11 districts, 4 municipal and 7 ordinary districts. These are:

District Category Capital Established Comments
Atebubu-Amantin Municipal Atebubu
Kintampo North Municipal Kintampo
Kintampo South District Jema
Nkoranza North District Busunya
Nkoranza South Municipal Nkoranza
Pru East District Yeji
Pru West District Prang
Sene East District Kajaji
Sene West District Kwame Danso
Techiman Municipal Techiman[a] Regional capital
Techiman North District Tuobodom

Central Region[edit]

Districts of the Central Region

The Central Region of Ghana contains 22 districts.[15] These are made up of 1 metropolitan, 7 municipal and 14 ordinary districts. There were formally 20 districts in this region.[42]

District Category Capital Established Comments
Abura/Asebu/Kwamankese District Abura-Dunkwa 1988[43]
Agona East District Nsaba
Agona West Municipal Municipal Agona Swedru
Ajumako/Enyan/Essiam District Ajumako
Asikuma Odoben Brakwa District Breman Asikuma 2 November 1988[44]
Assin Central Municipal Municipal Assin Foso
Assin North District Assin Bereku 15 March 2018[45]
Assin South District Nsuaem Kyekyewere
Awutu Senya East Municipal Kasoa 28 June 2012[46]
Awutu Senya West District Awutu Breku
Cape Coast Metropolitan Metropolitan Cape Coast[a] Municipal 1987
Metropolitan 2007[47]
Effutu Municipal Municipal Winneba
Ekumfi District Apam June 20012[48]
Gomoa East District Potsin 2018[49]
Gomoa Central District Afransi 29 February 2008[50]
Gomoa West District Esakyir
Komenda/Edina/Eguafo/Abirem Municipal Municipal Elmina
Mfantsiman Municipal Municipal Saltpond
Twifo Atti Morkwa District Twifo Praso 2012[51]
Twifo/Heman/Lower Denkyira District Hemang
Upper Denkyira East Municipal Municipal Dunkwa-on-Offin February 2008[52]
Upper Denkyira West District Diaso

Eastern Region[edit]

Districts of the Eastern Region

The Eastern Region of Ghana contains 33 districts made up of 13 municipal and 20 ordinary districts.[15] These are:[53]

District Category Capital Established Comments
Abuakwa North Municipal Kukurantumi 2018[54]
Abuakwa South Municipal Kibi Municipal status 2008[55]
Achiase District Achiase
Akuapim North Municipal Akropong 1988[56] Municipal status
15 March 2012
Akuapim South District Aburi 2012[57]
Akyemansa District Ofoase 2008[58]
Asene Manso Akroso District Manso 2018[59]
Asuogyaman District Atimpoku
Atiwa East District Anyinam 2018[60]
Atiwa West District Kwabeng 2008[61]
Ayensuano District Coaltar 28 JUne 2012[62]
Birim Central Municipal Akim Oda 2007[63]
Birim North District New Abirem
Birim South District Akim Swedru 2008[64]
Denkyembour District Akwatia 28 June 2012[65]
Fanteakwa North District Begoro
Fanteakwa South District Osino 2018[66]
Kwaebibirem Municipal Kade 1988[67]
Kwahu Afram Plains North District Donkorkrom
Kwahu Afram Plains South District Tease 28 June 2012[68]
Kwahu East District Abetifi
Kwahu South District Mpraeso
Kwahu West Municipal Nkawkaw
Lower Manya Krobo Municipal Krobo Odumase
New Juaben North Municipal Effiduase 2018[69]
New Juaben South Municipal Koforidua[a] 1988[70]
Nsawam Adoagyire Municipal Nsawam
Okere District Adukrom 15 March 2018[71]
Suhum Municipal Suhum July 2012[72]
Upper Manya Krobo District Asesewa
Upper West Akim District Adeiso 28 June 2012[73]
West Akim Municipal Asamankese
Yilo-Krobo Municipal Somanya

Greater Accra Region[edit]

Districts of the Greater Accra Region

The Greater Accra Region of Ghana contains 29 districts made up of 2 metropolitan, 23 municipal and 4 ordinary districts.[15] These are:[74]

District Category Capital Established Comments
Ablekuma Central Municipal Lartebiokorshie 19 February 2019[75]
Ablekuma North Municipal Darkuman
Ablekuma West Municipal Dansoman
Accra Metropolitan Accra[a]
Ada East District Ada Foah
Ada West District Sege
Adenta Municipal Adenta 2008
Ashaiman Municipal Ashaiman 2008
Ayawaso Central Municipal Kokomlemle 9 February 2019
Ayawaso East Municipal Nima
Ayawaso North Municipal Accra New Town
Ayawaso West Municipal Dzorwulu
Ga Central Municipal Sowutuom
Ga East Municipal Abokobi
Ga North Municipal Amomole
Ga South Municipal Ngleshie Amanfro 2008
Ga West Municipal Amasaman
Korle-Klottey Municipal Osu 19 February 2019
Kpone-Katamanso Municipal Kpone
Krowor Municipal Nungua 2008
La-Dade-Kotopon Municipal La
La-Nkwantanang-Madina Municipal Madina
Ledzokuku Municipal Teshie 2008
Ningo-Prampram District Prampram
Okaikwei North Municipal Tesano
Shai-Osudoku District Dodowa
Tema Metropolitan Metropolitan Tema
Tema West Municpal Tema Community 18
Weija Gbawe Municipal Weija

Northern Region[edit]

Districts of the Northern Region

The Northern Region of Ghana contains 16 districts; 1 metropolitan, 5 municipal and 10 ordinary districts.[15] These are:[76]

District Category Capital Established Comments
Gushegu Municipal Municipal Gushegu
Karaga District Karaga
Kpandai District Kpandai 29 February 2008[77]
Kumbungu District Kumbungu 28 June 2012[78]
Mion District Sang
Nanton District Nanton 15 March 2018[79]
Nanumba North Municipal Municipal Bimbilla 2004[80]
Nanumba South District Wulensi 2004[81]
Saboba District Saboba 1988[82]
Sagnarigu Municipal Municipal Sagnarigu [83]
Savelugu Municipal Municipal Savelugu
Tamale Metropolitan Metropolitan Tamale[a] Metropolis since 2004[84]
Tatale Sanguli District Tatale 28 June 2012[85]
Tolon District Tolon 2011[86]
Yendi Municipal Municipal Yendi 1988[87]
Zabzugu District Zabzugu 2012[88]

North East Region[edit]

Districts of the North East Region

The North East Region of Ghana was created by a referendum in December 2018. It was part of the then Northern Region of Ghana. It contains 6 districts, 2 municipal and 4 ordinary districts. These are:[89]

District Category Capital Established Comments
Bunkpurugu Nyankpanduri District Bunkpurugu August 2004[90]
Chereponi District Chereponi
East Mamprusi Municipal Nalerigu[a] 2004[91] One of the oldest districts.
Municipal status in 2004
Mamprugu Moagduri District Yagaba 28 June 2012[92]
West Mamprusi Municipal Walewale 1988[93]
Yunyoo-Nasuan District Yunyoo 15 March 2018[94]

Oti Region[edit]

Districts of the Oti Region

The Oti Region of Ghana was created by a referendum in December 2018. It was part of the then Volta Region of Ghana. It contains 8 districts, 2 municipal and 6 ordinary districts. These are:[95]

District Category Capital Established Comments
Biakoye District Nkonya Ahenkro 2008
Jasikan District Jasikan
Kadjebi District Kadjebi
Krachi East Municipal Dambai[a]
Krachi Nchumuru District Chinderi
Krachi West District Kete Krachi
Nkwanta North District Kpassa
Nkwanta South Municipal Nkwanta

Savannah Region[edit]

Districts of the Savannah Region

The Savannah Region of Ghana was created by a referendum in December 2018. It was part of then Northern Region of Ghana. It contains 7 districts, 1 municipal and 6 ordinary districts. These are:[96]

District Category Capital Established Comments
Bole District Bole
Central Gonja District Buipe
East Gonja Municipal Municipal Salaga 2007[97]
North Gonja District Daboya 28 June 2012[98]
North East Gonja District Kpalbe
Sawla-Tuna-Kalba District Sawla 2004[99]
West Gonja Municipal Damongo[a] 2004[100]

Upper East Region[edit]

Districts of the Upper East Region

The Upper East Region of Ghana contains 15 districts, 4 municipal and 11 ordinary districts.[15] There were 13 districts previously.[101]

District Category Capital Established Comments
Bawku Municipal Municipal Bawku
Bawku West District Zebilla
Binduri District Binduri 2012[102]
Bolgatanga East District Zuarungu 2018[103]
Bolgatanga Municipal Municipal Bolgatanga[a] 2004[104]
Bongo District Bongo 1988[105]
Builsa North Municipal Municipal Sandema
Builsa South District Fumbisi
Garu District Garu
Kassena-Nankana Municipal Municipal Navrongo
Kassena-Nankana West District Paga 2008[106]
Nabdam District Nangodi
Pusiga District Pusiga
Talensi District Tongo
Tempane District Tempane

Upper West Region[edit]

Districts of the Upper West Region

The Upper West Region of Ghana contains 11 districts, 5 municipal and 6 ordinary districts. These are:[107]

District Category Capital Established Comments
Daffiama Bussie Issa District Issa
Jirapa Municipal Municipal Jirapa
Lambussie Karni District Lambussie
Lawra Municipal Municipal Lawra
Nadowli-Kaleo District Nadowli
Nandom Municipal Municipal Nandom
Sissala East Municipal Municipal Tumu
Sissala West District Gwollu
Wa East District Funsi
Wa Municipal Municipal Wa[a]
Wa West District Wechiau

Volta Region[edit]

Districts of the Volta Region

The Volta Region of Ghana used to contains 17 districts, 5 municipal and 20 ordinary districts. These are:[108] It now has a total of 18 districts made up of 6 municipal and 12 ordinary districts since the regional demarcation in December 2018[109]

District Category Capital Established Comments
Adaklu District District Adaklu Waya 2012[110]
Afadzato South District Ve Golokwati 2012[111]
Agotime Ziope District Kpetoe 2012[112]
Akatsi North District Ave-Dakpa 28 June 2012[113]
Akatsi South District Akatsi 15 March 2012[114]
Anloga District Anloga 2019
Central Tongu District Adidome February 2012[115]
Ho Municipal Municipal Ho[a]
Ho West District Dzolokpuita 2012[116]
Hohoe Municipal Municipal Hohoe
Keta Municipal Municipal Keta
Ketu North Municipal Municipal Dzodze 2008[117]
Ketu South Municipal Municipal Denu 1989[118]
Kpando Municipal Municipal Kpando
North Dayi District Anfoega 2012[119]
North Tongu District Battor Dugame 2012[120]
South Dayi District Kpeve 19 August 2004[121]
South Tongu District Sogakope 1989[122]

Western Region[edit]

Districts of the Western Region

The Western Region of Ghana contains 14 districts, 1 metropolitan, 8 municipal and 5 ordinary districts.[15] These are:[123]

District Category Capital Established Comments
Ahanta West Municipal Agona Ahanta
Amenfi Central District Manso
Amenfi West Municipal Asankragua
Effia Kwesimintsim Municipal Municipal Kwesimintsim
Ellembelle District Nkroful
Jomoro Municipal Half Assini
Mpohor District Mpohor
Nzema East Municipal Municipal Axim
Prestea-Huni Valley Municipal Municipal Prestea
Sekondi Takoradi Metropolitan Metropolitan Sekondi-Takoradi
Shama District Shama
Tarkwa-Nsuaem Municipal Municipal Tarkwa
Wassa Amenfi East Municipal Wassa-Akropong
Wassa East District Daboase

Western North Region[edit]

Western North Region

The Western North Region of Ghana was created by a referendum in December 2018. It was part of the then Western Region of Ghana. It contains 9 districts, 3 municipal and 6 ordinary districts. These are:

District Category Capital Established Comments
Aowin Municipal Enchi 2012[124] Municipal status 2017
Bia East District Adabokrom 28 June 2012[125]
Bia West District Essam 2012[126]
Bibiani Anhwiaso Bekwai Municipal Bibiani 1988[127]
Bodi District Bodi 28 June 2012[128]
Juaboso[129] District Juaboso
Sefwi Akontombra[130] District Sefwi Akontombra
Sefwi-Wiawso Municipal[131] Municipal Wiawso[a]
Suaman District Dadieso 28 June 2012[132]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Regional capitals in bold.

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