There are about 23.5 kilometres of first class roads in the district and about six kilometres of second class roads, while third class roads make up the remaining 81.6% of the total road network of 160.5 kilometres.There is only one financial institution in the Kwabre District and this is the Sekyere Rural Bank, which has agencies (branches) in Ntonso, Ahwiaa and Mamponteng.
This bank serves as a channel for paying salaried workers, operates saving accounts and provides loans for agriculture, trade and commerce as well as small-scale industrial activities.The district has 24 nursery schools, 56 kindergartens, 84 primary schools, 41 junior secondary schools. On the average, the teacher / pupil ratio in the Kwabre District is 1:21.
There are two private hospitals in the district owned and run by religious missions. There are also 10 level “A” primary health centres and two level “B” primary health centres.The district’s inhabitants derive their water supply through the pipe-borne system, boreholes, wells and streams.
In all, eight communities have access to pipe-borne water. Electricity reaches 35 settlements in the district. Other sources of energy used in the district are kerosene, firewood and charcoal.