National Disaster Management Organization
Ministry of Communications
National Communications Authority
Ghana’s generally tropical climate is strongly influenced by the West African monsoon winds, which varies slightly along with the country’s varied topography. Across Ghana, annual rainfall ranges from 1,100mm in the north to approximately 2,100 mm in the southwest. The northern part of the country has one rainy season, which extends from May to September; the south has two rainy seasons: the first from April to July and the second from September to November. The dry season (December to March) brings the arid and dusty harmattan winds that blow from the Sahara Desert, and is marked by low humidity, hot days (T >25°C) and cool nights (T <20°C) Average annual temperatures are approximately 27°C, with higher temperatures generally exhibited in the north and during the country’s dry season. The area between the forest in the southwest and the savanna in the north is vital for domestic food production, due to more reliable rains and an extended growing season.
Source: World Bank Group 2021
The purpose of this law is to establish the National Disaster Management Organization and to delineate its functions and members.
The purpose of this law is to provide for the regulation of electronic communications, the regulation of broadcasting, the use of electronic-magnetic spectrum and for related matters.
Ghana is a signatory to the Tampere Convention; signed 18 Jun 1998
There are active drone regulation laws in Ghana.