The district is in the process of acquiring a one mile square land to be developed into an industrial area in order to attract investors to the area.
We have also been encouraging hoteliers to build modern hotels and to improve upon their service delivery in the existing hotels and to promote domestic tourism.
Palm oil production and cassava processing are the most organized household industries in the district. Some producers have formed co-operatives and some private individuals hav ... more »
The Kwahu West Municipal is one of the newly created districts in the Eastern Region of Ghana and lies between latitudes 6°30’ North, and 7° North and longitudes 0°30’ West and 1° West of the equator, covering an area of about 414 square kilometers. The Municipal capital, Nkawkaw, is located about 241 kilometers North-West of Accra.
The Municipal is bounded to the north by the Kwahu South District, to the West by Asante-Akim South District. To the East, it is bounded by the Fanteakwa District and to the south by Birim North and Atiwa Districts. It has a total land area of 414km2.
The Ghana COCOBOD has supplied 20 million hybrid cocoa seedlings free of charge to cocoa farmers throughout the country, this year.
KWAHU W: GYEEDA beneficiaries receive start-up equipment More than 328 youth in the Kwahu West Municipality have received sewing machines and hair dryers under the Ghana Youth Employment and Entrepreneurial Development Agency (GYEEDA) program after their six months apprenticeship.
KWAHU W: LEAP assists 920 people A good number of people across the country continue to benefit from the Livelihood Empowerment against Poverty (LEAP) programme.