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 about this district

The Nadowli Kaleo District is one of the Eleven (11) Districts in the Upper West Region of Ghana. Nadaowl District is located in the heart of the Upper West region of Ghana. It lies between latitude 11’ 30’ and 10’ 20’ north and longitude 3’ 10’ and 2’10’ west. The Administrative capital of the District is Nadowli. The District shares boundaries with Jirapa District to the North, to the South with Wa west, to the East with Daffiama Bussie Issa District and to the West with Ivory Coast.


 chief executive's message

The District Assembly is encouraging investors and farmers alike to cultivate sheanut trees and cotton, on a commercial basis, possibly through co-operative ventures.

The district has a high potential for the development of plantation agriculture. The annual output of cowpeas in the district is the highest in the country.

The district has opened its doors to investors willing to engage in beneficial projects and offers exemptions from payment of property tax and other local taxes for ... more »


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Peer review meetingNADOWLI:
Assembly hosts international peer review team

Nadowli-Kaleo District Assembly hosts international peer review team from the Gambia and Zimbabwe.
DamNADOWLI K:
Kalsegra dam to be rehabilitated under GSOP

The Ghana Social Opportunities Project (GSOP) continues to impact positively in the lives of many deprived communities in Ghana.
Overhead water tankNADOWLI:
Small Town Water System for Sombo, Nator

Residents of Sombo and Nator in the Nadowli Kaleo District in the Upper West Region will soon be relieved of their water challenges following measures to increase water supply in the two communities.
Assembly meetingNADOWLI:
John Bosco Bomansan secures appointment as DCE

The Nadowli/Kaleo district assembly is likely to sit for an adhoc meeting soon following the appointment of Mr. John Bosco Bomansan as the new DCE for the assembly.
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