Kassena Nankana East Municipal is one of the Thirteen (13) Municipalities and Districts in the Upper East Region. The Administrative Capital of the Municipality is Navrongo. The Kassena-Nankana municipal lies within the Guinea Savannah woodlands. It falls approximately between latitude 11°10’ and 10°3’ North and longitude 10°1’ West. The Municipal share boundaries with Bongo District and Bolgatanga Municipal to the East, West Mamprusi to the South, to the West with Builsa South District, Kassena Nankana West District and Builsa District respectively, and Finally the Municipality shares boundaries with Burkina Faso to the North.
chief executive's message
The Kassena Nankana District Assembly is committed to improving the quality of life of its people. However, the assembly has devoted a lot of its resources in creating an enabling environment to food security, education and health.
In spite of the achievements, poverty is still rife among most communities in the district. The assembly has resolved to tackle it with the seriousness it deserve and has accordingly planned to emb ... more »
Dr Stanislaus Alu Kandingdi, Kassena East Municipal Chief Executive (MCE), has expressed worry at the continuous massive failure of candidates in the Basic Education Certificate Examinations (BECE) within the municipality.
K NANKANA E: Atosale gets borehole World Vision Ghana (WVG) has inaugurated a borehole valued at about 9, 000 US dollars for the people of Atosale , one of the deprived communities in the Kassena-Nankana East Municipality in the Upper East Region.
K NANKANA E: STWS project underway at Kologo The current water situation for Kologo, a community within the Kassena Nankana East district, in the Upper East region has largely been improved with a boost in water facilities to ease access to potable water for the inhabitants.
K NANKANA E: NHRC establishes welfare fund The Navrongo Health Research Centre (NHRC) has instituted a provident fund for its staff into which the authorities pay 40 Ghana Cedis per staff per month to give the workers some financial cushioning at their retirement. In addition, the Centre has put in place a 200,000 Ghana Cedi staff revolving loan fund for the staff with very low interest rates ranging from 5% to 10%.