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    FANTEAKWA NORTH

    PROFILE

    The Fanteakwa District was established by the Legislative Instrument (L.I.) 1411 of 1988 in pursuance of the Government Decentralization policy with its Capital at Begoro. In the year 2017, Fanteakwa South District was carved out. Currently, Fanteakwa North District Assembly was established by the Legislative Instrument (L.I.) 2346 of 2017 with its Capital maintained at Begoro. It is one of the thirty-two (32) administrative districts of the Eastern Region.

    The District is located within the central part of the Eastern Region of Ghana and shares boundaries with Kwahu South to the West, Kwahu East to the North, to the South by Fanteakwa South, to the East by Manya Krobo and Yilo Krobo and the South-West by Atiwa District.

    The district’s economy is mainly rural and dominated by the agricultural sector, which employs about 75% of the population. The district is noted for the production of cash crops such as cocoa, oil palm and citrus as well as some food crops like cassava, maize, cocoyam, banana, plantain and vegetables. The district can be described as one of the nation’s food baskets in the Eastern Region. This is because it has a large land mass of fertile soils that enhances the production of various foodstuffs. Livestock rearing is the second most important agricultural activity in the District. The types of livestock commonly reared include sheep, goats, cattle, chicken and pigs.


    Source: https://www.mofep.gov.gh/sites/default/files/composite-budget/2019/ER/Fanteakwa-North.pdf 


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