The Binduri District is one of the three (3) new districts in the Upper East Region of Ghana created in 2012. It was carved out of the Bawku Municipality and established by Legislative Instrument (L.I. 2146) making it one of the 13 districts in the Upper East Region.

Binduri District is located approximately between latitudes 110 111 and 100 401 N and longitudes 00 181 W and 00 61 E in the north-eastern corner of the Upper East Region. It shares boundaries with Burkina Faso to the north, Garu-Tempane District to the south, Bawku Municipality to the east and Bawku West District to the west. The district covers a total land area of 391.91 square kilometres. With a total population of 61,576, the district has a population density of 157.1 persons per square.

Date Created : 11/18/2017 5:00:52 AM