Vision & Mission

Vision: To develop Ashanti Region into a peaceful, progressive and developed region with high standards of living for the people and the attainment of their aspirations.

Mission: To ensure the total development of the Region through the improvement of human and natural resources and effective co-ordination, monitoring and evaluation of plans, programmes and activities of the District Assemblies, Departments and Agencies and Non-Governmental Organisation.

Objective: To secure effective administration management and harmonisation of all MMDAs and Departments in the Ashanti Region to achieve development within a democratic and decentralised dispensation.

Core Values: Accountability, Client-oriented, Creativity, Diligence, Discipline, Equity, Integrity, Innovativeness, Loyalty, Commitment, Anonymity, Impartiality, Permanence, Timeliness and Transparency

Service Delivery Standards: Participation, Professionalism, Client Focus, Transparency, Efficient and Effective use of Resources and Accountability


 (1) A Regional Co-ordinating Council shall

  1. monitor, co-ordinate and evaluate the performance of the District Assemblies in the region;
  2. monitor the use of moneys mobilised by the District Assemblies; or allocated and released to the District Assemblies by any agency of central Government; and
  3. review and co-ordinate public services generally in the region.

The Regional Co-ordinating Council is responsible for the following functions:

  1. the approval of the by-laws of the District Assemblies in the region subject to their consistency with national legislation,
  2. the provision of back-stopping support for the performance of any function assigned to the District Assemblies in the region in respect of which a particular District Assembly is deficient in terms of skills and workforce;
  3. the resolution of any conflicts between a District Assembly in the region and any agency of the central Government, public corporation, statutory body, non-governmental organisation or individual;
  4. the oversight responsibility for second-cycle educational institutions and regional hospitals in the region on behalf of the Ministries of Education and Health; and
  5. the performance of any other functions assigned to it by or under an enactment.