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  1. Ghana (the first African colony to obtain its Independence) is a West African country (Gulf of Guinea)
  2. The capital of Ghana is Accra (2.2 million people)
  3. Ghana share borders with Burkina Faso (West-Centre, South-Centre and South-West regions), Ivory Coast and Togo (Kara region); the three countries are Francophone.
  4. Ghana has significant oil reserves
  5. Ghana is the second African gold producer
  6. Ghana has a universal health system
  7. Higher Education in Ghana
  8. History of Ghana
    1. Kwame Nkrumah (pan-Africanist and African leader, Africanisation concept of administration, 1909-1972)
    2. The Nobel Peace Prize and ex-Secretary-General of the United Nations, Kofi Atta Annan, was born in Kumasi (Ghana) on April 8, 1938

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Study a Master/Doctorate in Ghana Ghanaian Students: enrol, study online and receive your European diploma (Bachelor of Science, Master, Doctorate in International Business, eLearning) from Ghana

  1. Master of Science (MSc): International Marketing, Business in Africa, International Business
  2. Doctorates: African Business, Foreign Trade and International Marketing
  3. Bachelors of Science (BSc): Inter-African Business, International Trade

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International Trade and Business in Ghana

Regions of the Republic of Ghana

The Republic of Ghana is composed of ten regions, each region is divided into districts. The regions of Ghana are (County capital):

  1. Ashanti (Kumasi/2 million inhabitants)
  2. Brong Ahafo (Sunyani)
  3. Central (Cape Coast)
  4. Upper East Region (Bolgatanga)
  5. Greater Accra (Accra)
  6. North (Tamale)
  7. Western (Sékondi-Takoradi)
  8. Eastern (Koforidua)
  9. Upper West Region (Wa)
  10. Volta (Ho)

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  1. The official language of Ghana is English (67% of the population)
    1. Ghana is an observer country of the International Organisation of La Francophonie
  2. African languages of Ghana are:
    1. Asante (Akuapem Twi, Asante Twi, Fanti): one of the main languages of Ghana (48% of the population)
    2. Ewe
    3. Fanti
    4. Abron
    5. Hausa
    6. Wale (Daggare)
    7. Dangme
    8. Ga
    9. Gonja
    10. Kasem
    11. Nzema
    12. Sokodé
  3. Total Ghanaian area: 238,540 square kilometres
  4. Total Ghanaian population: 29 million inhabitants
  5. Calling code of Ghana: 233
  6. Country code top-level
  7. The currency of Ghana is the Ghanaian Cedi

Economic Integration Organisations (Ghana)

  1. West African Monetary Zone (WAMZ)
  2. Community of Sahel-Saharan States (CEN-SAD)
  3. Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS)

Exporting from Ghana

Logistics and transport in Ghana

The main ports of Ghana are the ports of Tema and Takoradi

  1. The Port of Tema:
    1. 85% of the Ghanaian International Trade
    2. To 30 kilometres from East of Accra
  2. The Port of Takoradi
    1. Distances from the Port of Takoradi to:
      1. Accra: 225 kilometres
      2. Port of Abidjan (Ivory Coast): 300 kilometres
    2. Gateway to Mali and Burkina Faso

Logistics Course: Ports of Ghana

Access to the Railway loop: Benin-Niger-Burkina Faso-Ivory Coast

Benin-Niger-Burkina Faso-Ivory Coast Railway Loop

Route: Niamey (Niger), Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso), Ghana

Dakar-Lagos Corridor

Religion in Ghana:

  1. Christianity: 71% of Ghanaian population
  2. Islam: 17%
  3. African Traditional Religions

Min Ghanaian ethnicities:

  1. Akans: 47% of the population of Ghana, 11,5 millions in Ghana (8,5 in Ivory Coast)
    1. Akans traditional clothing is the pagne kita (kenté) (kenté)
    2. Akans groups: Bron, Ashanti, Baoulé, Agni, Appolo, Attié, Abbey, Abidji, Adioukrou, Alladian, Abouré, Ebrié, Avikam, Tchokossi, Akuapem, Denkyira, Fanti
  2. Mole-Dagbani (Dagombas): 17%
  3. Ewe: 14%
  4. Ga-Dangme: 7%
  5. Lobi (North-East, Mossi Diaspora)
  6. Senufo

Ewe Fetish (African Art Exhibition: “The Animal, A Sacred Symbol”)
Ewe Fetish (Ghana, Togo)

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