Tano South Municipal District is one of the six (6) districts in Ahafo Region, Ghana. Originally known as Tano District in 1988, part of the district was split off to create Tano North District on December 2004; thus the remaining original part was renamed as Tano South District. It was later upgraded to municipal status in April 2018. The municipality is located in the eastern part of Ahafo Region and has Bechem as its capital town.
In the district there are three health centres and one hospital. Educational facilities include pre-school facilies, schools and a college. The industry within the district focuses on processing wood and agricultural products.
Tano North Municipal District is one of the six (6) districts in Ahafo Region, Ghana. It was formerly part of the then-larger and original Tano District in 1988, until part of the district was split off create Tano North District on December 2004; thus the remaining original part was renamed as Tano South District. It was later upgraded to municipal status on April 2018. The municipality is located in the eastern part of Ahafo Region and has Duayaw-Nkwanta as its capital town.
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