The present Jasikan District is located in the northern part of the Volta Region. The Jasikan District was established in 1989 under the L.I 1464. The Biakoye District was carved from the original Jasikan District in 2004 and has reduced its size. It shares boundary with Kadjebi District to the north, Biakoye District in the western part, the southern part with Hohoe Municipality and in the eastern part with the Republic of Togo. The District occupies a total land area of about 1,355 square kilometers. Jasikan, the District capital, lies 110kms north-east of Ho, the regional capital and 265kms from the Nation’s Capital, Accra.
chief executive's message
The government in its bid to provide and improve upon the standard of living of the general citizenry has identified the gaps in human development, private sector growth and good governance and is embarking on initiatives and interventions that will address these gaps permanently.
Some of these steps are focused on the expansion of the school Feeding Programme, the National Youth Employment Programme and the total re-engineering and reshaping of the National Health Insurance Programme as promised in the manifesto of the NDC.< ... more »
The Jasikan District Assembly in collaboration with Pencils of Promise has inaugurated three school blocks for three communities in the district.