The Kadjebi District was created as an Assembly by legislative Instrument (L.L) 1465 in 1989. The District is located in the lower belt of the Volta Region of Ghana and forms part of the four (4) northern districts of the Region. It is bordered to the North by the Nkwanta District, to the South by the Jasikan District, to the West by Krachi and to the east by the Republic of Togo. Kadjebi is the district capital. The district has a total land area of 949-km2.The Strategic location of the district promotes cross border activities with the republic of Togo.
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There are 35 towns in the district, further more Agriculture holds the biggest investment potential in the district and this, along with agro-based industry, is where the District Assembly is placing the greatest emphasis on creating a very good enabling environment for private investment inflows.
But the most lucrative economic activity in the district for now is timber extraction for timber processing.
We are looking forward to having many investors and local contributors to help tackle the problems that are bede ... more »
KADJEBI: Assembly supports disabled Over GH¢100,000 has been disbursed as seed money to 200 physically-challenged persons in the Kadjebi District in the Volta Region to enable them to engage in any self-employment ventures.
KADJEBI: Asuboe to get tourist site soon As various Metropolitan Municipal and District assemblies continue to explore the potentials of their resources for economic growth, the Kadjebi District has identified a confluence at Asuboe to be developed into a tourist site.