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Ghana (/ˈɡɑːnə/ GAH-nə; Twi: Gaana, Ewe: Gana, Dagbani: Gana), dinɛ nar si'em anɛ Republic of Ghana, anɛ teŋ kani bɛ West Africa[1]. Di kpienɛ Gulf of Guinea ka Atlantic Ocean bɛ di ya-dagɔbʋg, ka ban nɛ Ivory Coast tɔnd taaba bɛ ya-tuon, Burkina Faso mɛn bɛ ya-datiʋŋ, ka Togo mɛn bɛ ya-nya'aŋ[2]. Ghana mɔri paalʋ wʋʋ 239,567 km2 (92,497 sq mi)[3]. Ka mɔr mɔri gaad nidib miliyon 32, Ghana anɛ teŋtita'ar kani zu'oe pɛ'ɛs ayi', Nigeria ya'a yi bɛ West Africa ni. Di teŋpʋtita'ar nɛ yalʋŋ anɛ Accra; teŋtita'ara sieba mɛn bɛ nwɛnnɛ Kumasi, Tamale, nɛ Sekondi-Takoradi.

Ghana
sovereign state, country
Part ofWest Africa, Africa, Economic Community of West African States Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Inception1957 Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Official nameGhana, Ghana, la République du Ghana Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Native labelGhana, Gana, G Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Short name🇬🇭 Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Named afterGhana Empire Dɛmisim gbɛlima
DemonymGhanaian Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Official languageEnglish Dɛmisim gbɛlima
AnthemGod Bless Our Homeland Ghana Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Cultureculture of Ghana Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Motto textFreedom and Justice, Rhyddid a Chyfiawnder Dɛmisim gbɛlima
ContinentAfrica Dɛmisim gbɛlima
CountryGhana Dɛmisim gbɛlima
CapitalAccra Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Located in time zoneUTC±00:00, Africa/Accra Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Located in or next to body of waterAtlantic Ocean Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Located in/on physical featureWest Africa Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Coordinate location8°1′48″N 1°4′48″W Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Coordinates of easternmost point6°6′45″N 1°11′58″E Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Coordinates of northernmost point11°10′12″N 0°16′12″W Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Coordinates of southernmost point4°44′23″N 2°5′31″W Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Coordinates of westernmost point6°37′28″N 3°15′34″W Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Highest pointMount Afadja Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Lowest pointGulf of Guinea Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Basic form of governmentdemocracy Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Office held by head of statePresident of Ghana Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Head of stateNana Akufo-Addo Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Office held by head of governmentPresident of Ghana Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Head of governmentNana Akufo-Addo Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Executive bodyGovernment of Ghana Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Legislative bodyParliament of Ghana Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Central bankBank of Ghana Dɛmisim gbɛlima
CurrencyGhana cedi Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Shares border withBurkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Togo Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Driving sideright Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Electrical plug typeAC power plugs and sockets: British and related types, BS 1363 Dɛmisim gbɛlima
ReplacesDominion of Ghana, Gold Coast Colony Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Studied inGhana studies Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Official websitehttps://www.ghana.gov.gh/ Dɛmisim gbɛlima
HashtagGhana Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Top-level Internet domain.gh Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Flagflag of Ghana Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Coat of armscoat of arms of Ghana Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Geography of topicgeography of Ghana Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Has characteristicfree country Dɛmisim gbɛlima
History of topichistory of Ghana Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Open data portalGhana Open Data Initiative Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Bibliographybibliography of Ghana Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Economy of topiceconomy of Ghana Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Demographics of topicdemographics of Ghana Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Mobile country code620 Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Country calling code+233 Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Trunk prefix0 Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Emergency phone number999, 191, 192, 193 Dɛmisim gbɛlima
GS1 country code603 Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Licence plate codeGH Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Maritime identification digits627 Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Unicode character🇬🇭 Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Category for mapsCategory:Maps of Ghana Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Map

Teŋgbaʋŋ bani la'asʋg an Ghana la anɛ Dagbon teŋgabʋŋ nɛ Bono state, dinɛ ka Bono state bɛ di pʋʋgʋn dinɛ yi 11th century la sa[4]. Teŋgbana nwɛnnɛ Dagbon teŋgbaʋŋ dinɛ bɛ ya-datiʋŋ[5]Ashanti Empire dinɛ bɛ ya-dabɔbʋg la mɛn da bɛ yʋma tʋsa bɛdigʋ[6]. Dinɛ yi 15th century, Portuguese Empire la dɔl pɛ'ɛs nɛ European powers, da sɔs suor ye tɔlim ninsaal suor bɛllim, ka British la yʋ'ʋn da di'e suori sʋ'ʋg coast la bɛ 19th century la ni. Bani da bɛ yamʋg ni wʋʋ yʋma bɛdigʋ la ka pʋ sʋ'e ba mɛŋ la, bani da bɛ yamʋg pʋʋgʋn la British colonial da mɔr sʋ'ʋlʋm kɔn'ɔb-kɔn'ɔb nam 4: Gold Coast, Ashanti, the Northern Territories, nɛ British Togoland. Sɔ' wʋsa da mɔri bɛnɛ o kɔn' nɛ o sʋ'ʋlʋm bɛ hese Commonwealth tis teŋs. Ka 6 March 1957 nii, Ghana da an yiiga teŋi bɛ Sub-Saharan Africa ye ba paami ba nyari[7][8][9].


Ghana bɛllim edit

Ghana bɛnɛ Gulf of Guinea la baba, digriis bi'ela bɛ Equator ya-datiʋŋ[10]. Di gilig nɛ wʋʋ 239,535 km2 (92,485 sq mi)[11] ka mɔr Atlantic coastline dinɛ wa'am wʋʋ 560 kilometres (350 miles) bɛ Guinea ni dinɛ bɛ Atlantic Ocean ya-dagɔbʋg. Dodi Island nɛ Bobowasi Island pʋ lal nɛ south coast la[12]. Di bɛnɛ latitudes 4°45'N nɛ 11°N pʋʋgʋn, nɛ longitudes 1°15'E and 3°15'W pʋʋgʋn mɛn. Prime meridian la dɔli Ghana gaad, zi'ig la anɛ Tema[10]. Ghana bɛllim bɛnɛ Prime Meridian suokita ni nɛ Equator la gaad teŋ kani wʋsa bɛ, zi'esim kaŋa (0°, 0°), bɛnɛ Atlantic Ocean la baba wʋʋ 614 km (382 mi) off south-east coast bɛ Ghana.

Mɔɔgteŋ da gɛndig nɛ south coastal shrublands nɛ baŋɔ sʋ'ʋg Ghana, baŋɔ (wɛog) bɛnɛ northward yit coast 320 kilometres (200 miles) nɛ eastward nɛ maximum of 270 kilometres (170 miles) nɛ bɛllim zi'ig an sanlima tuub nɛ industrial minerals nɛ timbanam. Ghana anɛ 5 terrestrial ecoregions: Eastern Guinean forests, Guinean forest–savanna mosaic, West Sudanian savanna, Central African mangroves, nɛ Guinean mangroves. Di mɔr 2018 Forest Landscape Integrity Index mean kanl wʋʋ 4.53/10, kɛt ka di bɛllim bɛ 112th dunia ni yit tens 172[13].

White Volta River nɛ di kɔdaag kani pʋbidi kenna Black Volta, pʋbidnɛ ya-dagɔbʋg dɔl Ghana ken Lake Volta, ku'otita'ar kani pɛ'ɛs atan' di bɛdim nɛ di yaliŋ wʋsa, dinɛ ka hydroelectric Akosombo Dam dim maal, di naae yʋʋm 1965 la ni. Volta ku'om la pʋbidnɛ dɔl Lake Volta kpɛn'ɛd Gulf of Guinea. Ghana ya-datiʋŋ mɛŋir anɛ Pulmakong ka di ya-dagɔbʋg mɛŋir an Cape Three Points.

Landmarks, Borders, and Regions
Coastal Plain Accra, Apam, Cape Coast, Elmina, Kakum National Park, Kokrobite, Nzulezo, Sekondi-Takoradi, Ada Foah The Gulf of Guinea coastal plain with the seat of government and capital city, castles and forts and rainforest
Ashanti-Kwahu Koforidua, Kumasi, Obuasi, Sunyani Forested hills and the Kingdom of Ashanti
Volta Basin Tamale Lake Volta, the river system that feeds it and Ghana eastern border crossing
Northern Plains Wa, Bolgatanga, Mole National Park Savanna plains and north Ghana trade route and border crossing
Settlements
Accra Seat of Government and Capital city.
Bolgatanga Paga Crocodile Pond location.
Cape Coast Cape Coast Castle is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Elmina Coastal town with Elmina Castle.
Koforidua Aburi Botanical Gardens location.
Kumasi Traditional centre of the Kingdom of Ashanti.
Obuasi World's 9th largest gold mine location; and Mining town.
Sekondi-Takoradi Surfing beaches such as Busua Beach, and UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Tamale Largest settlement in the Kingdom of Dagbon and gateway to Mole National Park.
Yendi Traditional Capital of the Kingdom of Dagbon and seat of Yaa Naa.

Ghana wina an dinɛ ti'asid, ti mɔr sɛɛng wina nɛ ʋʋn wina. Ghana bɛnɛ hydro-climatic zi'es atan'. Sa wina ti'asʋg bɛ, saŋa bɛllim yiti dʋ ti'ak coastal waters. Nɛ' nam yiti daamidnɛ kpaadib nɛ ziŋgba'adib.

Ka 2015 nii, gɔmma la da tis gbaʋŋ ka di pian'azut an "Ghana's Intended Nationally Determined Contribution." Bani dɔlisid nɛ', Ghana si'ak ka tik nɛ Paris Climate Agreement bɛ yʋʋm 2016 la ni.

Demographics edit

Main article: Demographics of Ghana

Further information: Ghanaian people

Ethnic Groups in Ghana
Ethnic Groups percent
Akan 47.5%
Mole-Dagbani 16.6%
Ewe 13.9%
Ga-Dangme 7.4%
Gurma 5.7%
Guan 3.7%
Grusi 2.5%
Mande 1.1%
Other 1.4%

2019 nii, Ghana da mɔr nidib wʋʋ 30,083,000. Nidib wʋʋ 29% bɛnɛ yʋma 15 tɛŋir, ka nidib bani bɛ yʋma 15–64 an 57.8 yi kɔbiga nidib kɔbʋga pʋʋgʋn. 2010 kanlʋg la da bigis ye buudinam kanl anɛ Akan (47.3%), Mole-Dagbani (16.6%), Ewe (13.9%), Ga-Dangme (7.4%), Gurma (5.7%) ka Guan la mɛn mɔr (3.7%).



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