The Kadjebi District is one of the 261 Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) in Ghana, and forms part of the 18 of Municipalities and Districts in the Volta Region.
The Kadjebi District was created as an Assembly by Legislative Instrument (L.I.) 1465 in 1989. It was carved out of the Jasikan-Buem Local Council. The District is located in the lower belt of the Volta Region of Ghana with a total land area of 689.91 square kilometers.
The Kadjebi District Assembly is bordered to the north by the Nkwanta South Municipal, to the south by the Jasikan District, to the south-west by the Biakoye District and to the north-west by the Krachi East Municipal. It also has a long border that stretches eastwards to the Republic of Togo.
The population of the District according to the 2021 Population and Housing Census stands at 73,959 with 37,902 males and 36,057 females.