Jomoro District, which used to be part of the then Nzema East Municipal was created by Legislative Instrument 1394 in 1988. It is located in the Southwestern corner of the Western Region of Ghana. It is bounded on the South by Latitude 4, 80 N and the Atlantic Ocean {Gulf of Guinea}. It is bounded in the North by Latitude 5, 21 N and the Nini River. It also lies between Longitude 2, 35 W to the East and 3, 07 W to the West. The District forms part of the twenty two (22) Metropolitan, Municipalities and Districts in the Western Region. The Administrative Capital of the District Half Assini. The District shares boundaries with the Republic of Ivory Coast to the west, to the east with Ellembele District, to the north with Aowin District and to the south with Gulf of Guinea.

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Better life for the citizens of Jomoro is our fundamental objective a reason for which the district assembly has thought its own efforts or in partnership with development partners and government, spent a lot in the various section of the economy, thereby injecting life in them.

As a directive from the central government, the policies and programmes including the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS), the School Feeding Programme, the Capitation Grant, National Youth Employment Programme (NYEP), Educational Reform among others aimed at ensuring be ... more »

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The District Chief Executive (DCE) for the Jomoro district Sylvester Dadieh has advised DCEs not to solely rely on the district assembly common fund (DACF) for the execution of projects.

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Elevate Jomoro to Municipality-participants urge gov’t

Participants at a day’s forum on the dissemination of the 2010 National Population and Housing Census (PHC) Report in the Jomoro District, have appealed to the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development, to elevate the district to a Municipality, to enhance its rapid development.
MP presents cement and cash for KG Project

The Member of Parliament for Jomoro, Wing Commander (retired) Francis Kabenlah Anaman, has presented 100 bags of cement and a cash of 2,400 Ghana Cedis, towards the construction of a kindergarten block in the town.
Assembly/Ministry embarks on Street Lighting Project

The Ministry of Energy and Petroleum, in collaboration with the Jomoro District Assembly, has embarked upon a special Street Lighting Project in the district to replace all faulty street bulbs.
MP donates to Half Assini Catholic Church

Wing Commander Francis Kabenla Anaman (Rtd), Member of Parliament for Jomoro, has presented a cheque for 2,000 Ghana cedis for the painting of the Half Assini Catholic Church.
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