The Nadowli District in the northwest of Ghana is one of eight districts in the Upper West Region and the West has a common border with the neighboring country of Burkina Faso. The district was created only in 1988.
96 % of the population of the district belong to the group of Dagaare, about 3% to the Sisala, 1% various peoples of northern and southern Ghana. 59% are Christians, 18% followers of Islam and 23 % are committed to traditional religions.
Villages in the district
The Nadowli district is rural, none of the towns listed below - including the capital Nadowli - has urban character, with the western part of the district is more densely populated than the east.
- Naro Norung
- Seri Kperee.