Profile of Frankadua
With its arable and fertile land, Frankadua is predominantly a farming community. About 75% of its working population engages in this activity, mainly crop farming as the major source of household income. Supported by a natural maxima rainfall in May – July at its peak and a minor season occurring in the period of September to November. Annual rainfall however begins in April with its peak month in June and ends in November. The dry season sets in from November and ends in March.
The people of Frankadua are very receptive and welcoming. This makes the community unified in diversity.
Frankadua is one of the major towns located in the Asuogyaman District of the Eastern Region of Ghana, about 59 miles or 95 km Northeast of Accra, the capital city of Ghana.
Its timezone is named ‘’Africa/Accra’’ with a UTC offset of 0, positioned on the map with latitude (width) 6°19’49.4’’N (6.3303900°) and longitude (length): 0°09’43.0’’E (0.1619400°).
It is prominently surrounded by interesting national sites of interest namely, the Akosombo dam which is Ghana’s hub for hydro power generation, the suspending Adomi bridge and many recreational centres like the Royal Senchi Resort etc.
The people of Franakadua are heterogeneous, mainly Ewe speaking with Hausa forming the minority. This makes life and living very interesting and lively. It is also marked with a regular visit of the US peace corps and other foreign nationals for exchange programs in the areas of health, agriculture, revenue generation, sports etc.
We are committed to raising funds that will be used for modern ICT projects, health, renovating school buildings, water, etc.