The Sawla-Tuna- Kalba District was carved out of the then Bole District in 2004. Indeed, the District was one of the twenty-eight (28) districts created in that year 2004. As one of the twenty (26) districts in the Northern Region, the district is located in the western part of the Northern Region, between latitudes 8 40o and 9 40 o North and longitudes 1 o 50 and 2 o 45 o West. The District shares common boundaries with Wa West District, Wa Municipal and Wa East to the North, Bole District to the South, West Gonja District to the East and La Cote d’Ivoire to the West. It has a total land area of about 4,601 square kilometers out of the total area of 74,984 kilometers of the Northern Region, representing six point fourteen percent (6.14%) of the total land mass of the Northern Region. Sawla-Tuna-Kalba District administrative capital Sawla is about 210 kilometers North West of Tamale, the Regional capital in the Republic of Ghana.
chief executive's message
Our main goal of Sawla –Tuna- Kalba District is to achieve accelerated and sustainable-shared growth, poverty reduction and promotion and empowerment of the vulnerable and excluded within a decentralized democratic environment.
For the tourism industry is to be promoted and developed, we are making it essential for the District Assembly to create the necessary enabling environment for Private/NGO participation.
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Inhabitants of Kunfusi, a suburb of the Sawla-Tuna-Kalba district in the Northern region are awaiting the successful completion of a Community Based Health Planning and Services (CHPS) centre to enable ease their stress in accessing primary healthcare services.
SAWLA: DCE hands-over new boy’s dormitory Mr. Mumuni Isaac Dramani, DCE for the Sawla-Tuna-Kalba District Assembly has handed over a newly constructed boy’s dormitory block to authorities of the Sawla Senior High school.