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The district is located in the south-western part of the Ashanti Region.  It shares common boundary on its Western part with the Atwima District. On its northern part can be found the Bosomtwe District, while a regional boundary separates it from Western Region on its southern part. Manso Nkwanta is the capital.

The population of the district  according to the 2010 Population and Housing Census stands at 134,331 with 67,485 males and 69,790 females.

 chief executive's message

There are numerous investment opportunities in Amansie West District. Areas such as Agriculture, Industry, Forestry, Tourism and Mining are wide potential areas for investment in the District

Resource potentials include abundant unskilled labour that could be tapped by investors and peaceful and stable political atmosphere.

It is also envisaged that numerous hills in the district could be developed and linked with cables to be run by cable cars, the first of its kind in the country.more »

latest news

The first Lady Mrs. Lordina Mahama as part of her working visit to Ashanti region has donated hospital items worth millions of cedis to Manso nkwanta health centre.

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Hand washingAMANSIE W:
Global hand washing day celebration

This year’s global hand washing day celebration for Amansie West District was heard at Manso Keniago.
6 suspected arm robbers remanded into prison custody

The Manso - Nkwanta Magistrate Court chaired by His Lordship Thomas Boadi Isorori Friday remanded 6 suspected armed robbers into prison custody to re-appear on 22nd October, 2015.      
Clean-upAMANSIE W:
Impressive turn out at clean-ups

As part of the National sanitation day programme, communities in the Amansie West District turned up in their numbers to help tidy up their surroundings.
Church of Jesus Christ Later Day Saints provides water to 11 communities

The church of Jesus Christ of Later day saints has provide boreholes to eleven communities at a ceremony held at Manso Suntreso in the Amansie West District of Ashanti Region at the cost of 320,000.00.
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