The Wa East district was curved out of the Wa Municipality and made an autonomous district by L.I 1746 in July 2004. The district is remotely located in the southeastern part of the Upper West region. The capital is Funsi, about 115km away from Wa, the regional capital. The district shares boundaries with West Mamprusi to the northwest, West Gonja to southeast and the Sissala East district to the north.
It has a landmass of about 1,078km², which lies between latitudes 9º 55”n and 10º 25”n and longitude 1º 10”w and 2º 5”w. The remoteness of the district relative to other districts of the region has deprived it of basic social and economic infrastructure and services.
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The district is made up of 23 towns with a population more than 66 thousand.
The district assembly is working towards bringing better livelihood to the community thus working on providing electric power to major communities,reducing high post harvest losses,providing telecommunication services, constructing dugouts, wells and dams for irrigation and animal husbandry and promote the tourism potentials of the district amongst others.
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School authorities at Yaruu primary school located in the Wa East District in the Upper West region has finally secured a long awaited kitchen facility requested by the school to assist it push efficiently the Ghana School Feeding Programme(GSFP).
WA E: Biskan benefits from kg block
School kids at Biskan in the Wa East district will soon get the opportunity to occupy a dignified structure that will enhance the conduct of teaching and learning for them as the Assembly is arranging to soon hand over a completed Kindergarten structure to authorities concerned.