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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.

 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

Additional 3-unit classroom block with ancillary facilities is under construction for students at Mosikrom in the Amansie West District in the Ashanti Region.

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Other Headlines
Teachers’ quartersAMANSIE W:
3 SHSs get teachers’ quarters

Three senior high schools in the Amansie west district are being supported with 4-unit teachers’ bungalow each to help improve teachers’ accommodation in the schools.
BoreholeAMANSIE W:
Drilling of 10 boreholes nears completion

The Amansie West District in the Ashanti Region is making frantic efforts to address water challenges confronting a number of communities in the district with drilling of boreholes.
Children abandon classrooms to engage in mining

The Ashanti Regional Minister, Mr Samuel Sarpong, has described as ‘deeply disturbing’ the increasing drift of school children into illegal mining in the Amansie West District.
galamseyAMANSIE W:
DCE decries spate of illegal mining

The District Chief Executive for Amansie West, Mr. Alex Kwame Bonsu, has bemoaned the spate of illegal mining, indicating that the former had gained root such that it was difficult for the Assembly to stop the youth from engaging in it.
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