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According to watchtutorials, Ghana is a nation located on the west coast of Africa, with a population of approximately 30.3 million people. The population is made up of numerous ethnic groups, including the Akan, Mole-Dagbani, Ewe and Ga-Adangbe. Over half of Ghana’s population resides in urban areas, primarily in the capital city of Accra and other major cities such as Kumasi and Tamale. The official language is English, but many other languages are spoken throughout the country. The majority of Ghanaians are Christian, although there are also significant Islamic and traditional African religions present in the country as well. The average life expectancy in Ghana is 62 years for men and 64 years for women. This has increased from just 48 years in 1980 due to improvements in healthcare infrastructure and access to clean water sources. Education levels have also improved significantly over the past two decades with more than 85% of all children now attending primary school. Although poverty remains a major issue within Ghana, economic growth has been strong over recent years with an increase in exports from industries such as gold mining, cocoa production and oil production helping to fuel growth. See ejinhua for Ghana Population and Language.

Ghana Political System, Famous People, Animals and Plants

Ghana: Political System According to CANCERMATTERS.NET, Ghana is a presidential republic in the Commonwealth of Nations. The unicameral parliament consists of 200 members who are elected every four years. The head of state is also directly elected every four years, and re-election is possible once. See AbbreviationFinder for more information about Ghana politics, and acronyms… Read More »

How to get to Ghana

Overview Ghana is a country in Africa according to mathgeneral. Ghana is blessed with great natural wealth and although its national parks and wildlife sanctuaries are relatively small compared to other African countries, various species of antelope, monkeys, lions and elephants can be seen here. Above all, birds and butterflies are numerous in the Ghanaian… Read More »

Best Travel Time and Climate for Ghana

Best travel time The best travel time for Ghana is from July to August and from November to March. This is a relatively dry phase, while Ghana has a predominantly tropical climate all year round and it is hot and humid. Of these two travel seasons, July and August are the slightly cooler months as… Read More »

Ghana Children and School

School in Ghana School attendance is compulsory in Ghana. It is therefore regulated by law that children have to go to school, from six to 16 years of age. But not all children go to school. Why is that? There are children who don’t go to school because they work. In the country, they work… Read More »