Jasikan District is located in the northern sector of Volta Region. The District has a total land area of 1.244.75 sq. km., representing about 6.8% of the fifteen districts in the Volta Region (18.093.27sq krn.). Jasikan, the district capital, lies 260 km North-East of Accra, the national capital. It is strategically located as it provides a good linkage between the South -Eastern part of the country to the Northern Region. The district is bordered on the east by the Republic of Togo, the north by Kedjebi District and the south by Hohoe District. The district capital is Jasikan.
More importantly, the district provides a warm welcome to friends and visitors to the district as well as those passing through to the Kadjebi, Nkwanta North, Nkwanta South, Krachi East, Krachi West Districts and into the Northern Region.
chief executive's message
The government in its bid to provide and improve upon the standard of living of the general citizenry has identified the gaps in human development, private sector growth and good governance and is embarking on initiatives and interventions that will address these gaps permanently.
Some of these steps are focused on the expansion of the school Feeding Programme, the National Youth Employment Programme and the total re-engineering and reshaping of the National Health Insurance Programme as promised in the manifesto of the NDC.< ... more »
The Volta Regional Minister, Henry Ford Kamel is scheduled to commission a fully completed steel bridge project constructed on River Manu in the Jasikan district.
JASIKAN: All set for Buem by-election Five parliamentary candidates seeking to win the by-elections for the vacant parliamentary seat of the Buem Constituency in the Volta Region on February 26, 2013 are all geared up for an impressive showing.
JASIKAN: Kofi Adams files nomination for Buem primaries Spokesman for former President Jerry John Rawlings, Kofi Adams, yesterday, filed nominations to contest for the seat of the late Volta Regional Minister, Henry Ford Kamal, in the Buem constituency on the ticket of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC).