Topology & Drainage
It is roughly rectangular shape with the district capital, Wiawso, almost on the extreme eastern perimeter. Most of the district is made up of undulating terrain. Drainage derives mainly from the Tano River and its tributaries, which cut through the district roughly in a north-south direction and enters the sea in Cote d’Ivoire.
Climate & Vegetation
The Sefwi-Wiawso District falls within the tropical rainforest climatic zone, with warm temperatures throughout the year and moderate to heavy rainfall.
Geology & Soil
The main geological formations that cover the district are the lower and upper Birimian. The occasional granite intrusions give the district its undulating nature and forms the long hills ranges known as the Bibiani range.
Date Created : 11/28/2017 7:48:20 AM