Boabeng-Fiema Monkey Wildlife Sanctuary is a community where monkeys and human beings live together. The inhabitants in the village always leave food outside their homes for the animals. The monkeys see human beings as their own.
Western North Region
Ghana: Western North Region
The Region is located in Ghana’s northwest. Its borders are the Ahafo Region in the north, the Bono Region in the north-east, La Côte d’Ivoire in the west, the Western Region in the south, and the Central Region in the south-east.
Akans, primarily of the Sefwi, Ayeni, and Brosa ethnic groups, inhabit the Western North Region. Additionally, the Region is home to non-indigenous people who have settled there and primarily work in agriculture. Krobo, Kyiropong, Akuapim, Ewes, Gas, Kwawu, Ashanti, Dagari, Frafra, Dagombas, etc. are a few of them.The Region is located in Ghana’s northwest. Its borders are the Ahafo Region in the north, the Bono Region in the north-east, La Côte d’Ivoire in the west, the Western Region in the south, and the Central Region in the south-east.
In terms of timber, cocoa, coffee, bauxite, gold, and a range of food products, the Western North Region is a significant contribution to the national GDP. However, the Region faces difficulties with poor roads, insufficient water and electricity supplies, telecommunications networks, and other barriers in agriculture, which is the region’s main source of employment.
There are commercial and trading operations all over the region, although they are concentrated in the major agricultural produce and wood products markets at Juaboso, Bodi, Bonsu Nkwanta, Bibiani, and Sefwi Wiawso. Despite the fact that the transportation industry offers job opportunities for the populace, both commercial and private cars operate in the region in substantial numbers but face challenges from poor roads.