Nzema East District Profile

Nzema East was established in 2008 when Ellembelle was separated into a separate district. Nzema East covers almost 10% of the total area of the Western Region, and includes about 120 communities. This PDF contains information about education, health, employment and other economic development indicators for the people of the Nzema East district in Ghana's Western Region.

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22 February 2017

Jomoro District Profile

Jomoro covers just 5.6% of the total area of the Western Region, and includes the city of Half Assini. This PDF contains information about education, health, employment and other economic development indicators for the people of the Jomoro district in Ghana's Western Region.

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Ellembelle District Profile

Ellembelle is one of the new districts created in 2008 by former President John Agyekum Kufor. This PDF contains information about education, health, employment and other economic development indicators for the people of the Ellembelle district in Ghana's Western Region.

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Ahanta West District Profile

Ahanta West is a predominantly rural district about 25 kilometres from Takoradi. It has over 120 settlements. This PDF contains information about education, health, employment and other economic development indicators for the people of the Ahanta West district in Ghana's Western Coastal Region.

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WRCF's Multi-Stakeholder Dialogue Strategy (2017)

As WRCF and the dialogue platform enter their third year, we’ve edited the dialogue structure so as to avoid conversation fatigue, improve cost-effectiveness, and increase sustainability. It’s been encouraging to see the high levels of engagement over the past two years. Notable successes of the dialogue platform include examples of communities emboldened to act on their own behalf, and of actors held to account for pollution and dumping of waste. To consolidate these successes and encourage continued engagement, the structure has now been simplified from four levels of prioritisation to three: household, district and community level meetings. The Citizens’ Advisory...

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21 February 2017