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Administrative divisions of Ghana

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Administrative divisions of Ghana

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Ghana
Constitution
Geographic terrestrial plains of Ghana

The administrative divisions of the Republic of Ghana consist of four geographic terrestrial plains; ten regions divided into six metropolitan assemblies; and 55 municipal assemblies subdivided into a total of 212 districts, each with its own district assembly. Various types of council then exist beyond districts, including 58 town or area councils; 108 zonal councils; and 626 area councils. Finally, there are sixteen-thousand unit committees.

Electorally, Ghana has 275 constituencies.

Contents

  • Regions 1
  • Districts 2
  • Government of Ghana Parliamentary Constituencies of Ghana 3
  • Settlements 4
  • References 5

Regions

Region Capital
Ashanti Kumasi
Brong Ahafo Sunyani
Central Cape Coast
Eastern Koforidua
Greater Accra   Accra
Northern Tamale
Upper East Bolgatanga
Upper West Wa
Volta Ho
Western Sekondi-Takoradi

Districts

Government of Ghana Parliamentary Constituencies of Ghana

Settlements

References

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