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The District is located in the South-Eastern part of the Volta Region. It has a total land area of about 960.445 sq. km. The total land under cultivation is about 51,438.12 hectares. The District is bounded to the South by the Keta Municipal, to the East by the Ketu North District: to the North by North Tongu Districts to the West, Adaklu Anyigbe District and the Republic of Togo to complete the demarcation of the Akatsi District. The District is located between latitude 6° S - 7° North 0° W - 1 ° W. Akatsi is the administrative capital.

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The district has a population of 93,477with agriculture mainly at the subsidence level of which about 95% of the population workforce is engaged in subsistence farming.

Akatsi is linked to Dzodze and Denu, Ziope, Sogakope, Anyako, Adidome and Keta by first class and second class roads. An international highway, the Accra-Aflao-Lome-Lagos highway runs through the district. Feeder roads criss-cross the district effectively linking the other towns and villages.

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Assembly membersAKATSI S:
Godwin Asumanu elected PM

The Akatsi South District Assembly has elected Mr. Godwin Asumanu as its Presiding Member for the next assembly.
Avenor Rural Bank makes progress despite harsh conditions

The Avenor Rural Bank Limited in 2014 netted 20.14 per cent growth in total income of GH¢ 1,924,716 from GH¢ 1,602,092 in 2013.
Early childhood educationAKATSI S:
Assembly to increase access to early childhood educ.

About five early childhood centres (kindergartens) have been targeted for construction in five communities in the Akatsi South District in the Volta Region.
HospitalAKATSI S:
Gbodzi builds hospital at Dagbamate

The Member of Parliament (MP) for Akatsi South, Mr. Bernard Ahiafor, has commended traditional religious worshipers at Dagbamete in the Akatsi South District for using their religion to promote development, peace, and unity among the people in the area over the years, which, he said, needed to be encouraged for the benefit of the present and future generations.
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