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Life expectancy In Ghana

Life expectancy In Ghana

Life expectancy In Ghana

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Life expectancy: 59.2 years for females, 5 5.5 years for males
Located on the West Coast of Africa, Ghana was the first African country to gain independence from British colonial rule on March 6,h 1957.

With 48 diplomatic missions abroad, Ghana is well represented around the world, and has a total of 45 countries with missions in Ghana (Ministry of Foreign Affairs, also see www.ghana.gov.ghy
Ghana’s population has more than tripled in a span of 48 years, from 6,726,815 to 21,029,853 people. With a total landmass of283,537 square kilometers, Anglophone Ghana is bordered by three Francophone countries: namely, Togo to the East, Cote d’lvoire to the West and Burkina Faso to the North and Northwest. Ghana is a Republic with an elected President, a unicameral legislature and an independent judiciary.
It is divided into 10 geographical / administrative regions, which are further sub-divided to a total of 138 administrative districts.

The population of Ghana is currently estimated at 21,029,853 with females constituting over 52% of the total population. The annual population growth is estimated at 2.7%; with a GDP growth rate of 5.8%.
The agricultural sector makes up 60% of the labour force and accounts for 40.4% of the total GDP. Ghana is currently pi among Medium Human Developi countries with an average Hu; Development Index of0.7504
Ghana’s social, economic, infrastrud and industrial expansion at independ* was unsurpassed, but it is now part ol group that makes up the Highly Inde Poor Countries, otherwise popul abbreviated as HIPC. Some useful web sites on the country www.countrvstudies.us/ghi and www.ghanaids.gov.gh

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