• Trade Sector Policies
  • For political and administrative purposes, Ghana is divided into 10 regions: Western, Central, Greater Accra, Easter, Volta , Ashanti , Brong-Ahafo, Northern, Upper West and Upper East. Each region is headed by a Regional Minister who is the direct representative of the government.

    of the District Assembly, which is the highest political and administrative authority in the district.

    He is assisted by a regional co-ordinating council, which, among other things, co-ordinates and formulates integrated district plans and programmes within the framework of approved national development policies and priorities. Under the regional administrations are 110 district administrations, each headed by a District Chief Executive.

    Under the regional administrations are 110 district administrations, each headed by a District Chief Executive. The District Chief Executive is also the Chairman of the Executive Committee
  • Region Population Capital
    Greater Accra Region 2,909,643 Accra
    Central Region 1,580,047 Cape Coast
    Eastern Region 2,108,852 Koforidua
    Western Region 1,842,878 Sekondi Takoradi
    Ashanti Region 3,187,601 Kumasi
    Northern Region 1,854,994 Tamale
    Upper East Region 917,251 Bolgatanga
    Upper West 573,860 Wa
    Volta Region 1,612,299 Ho
    Brong Ahafo Region 1,824,822 Sunyani
  • For more information visit : http://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/geography/region.php