The Shai Osudoku District (formerly Dangme West) is situated in the Southeastern part of Ghana, lying between latitude 5° 45’ south and 6° 05’ North and Longitude 0° 05’ East and 0° 20’ West. The district was carved out of the former Dangme District in 1988 as a result of a national re-demarcation exercise carried out in relation to decentralization reforms in the country. The District forms part of sixteen (16) Metropolis, municipalities and Districts in the Greater Accra Region. The Administrative Capital of the District is Dodowa. The District shares boundaries with Yilo Krobo District, Manya krobo District and Asuogyaman to the North respectively, to the East with Ada West, to the South with Ningo-Prampram District and to the West with Akwapim North Municipal and Tema metropolitan respectively.
"We need a concerted well coordinated effort to plant not less than 100 million trees per annum," the Minister for Environment Science Technology and Innovation, Mahama Ayariga has suggested in a bid to mitigate climate change.
Mr Emmanuel Lartey, District Chief Executive of the Shai Osu-Doku District Assembly (SODA) has charged staff of the Assembly to pursue financial self reliance by raking more revenue into its Internally Generated Fund (IGF).
The Minister of Roads and Highways, Mrs. Dzifa Attivor has revealed that government is in the process of establishing a new international Airport soon in the Dangme West District in the Greater Accra Region.