White Volta in the dry season (Ghana)
|Countries||Ghana, Burkina Faso|
|- location||Lake Volta|
|Length||885 km (550 mi)|
|Basin||106,000 km2 (40,927 sq mi)|
White Volta shown in white
The White Volta or Nakanbé is the headstream of the Volta River, Ghana's main waterway. The White Volta emerges in northern Burkina Faso, flows through North Ghana and empties into Lake Volta in Ghana. The White Volta's main tributaries are the Black Volta and the Red Volta.
- "Ghana - Rivers and Lakes". www.countrystudies.us. Retrieved 2017-08-17.
- Amisigo, Barnabas Akurigo (2005). Modelling Riverflow in the Volta Basin of West Africa: A Data-driven Framework. Cuvilier. p. 27. ISBN 9783865377012. Retrieved 18 July 2018.
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