The Church in Ghana is currently experiencing rapid growth as evidenced by the creation of new wards and branches on a regular basis, the opening of previously unreached cities to proselytism, and significant increases to the number of full-time missionaries assigned to the country. The number of LDS missions in Ghana has increased from one in 2004 to four in 2013. No other country in the world had only one mission in 2004 and today has as many missions as Ghana.
With a significant increase in the size of the full-time missionary force and strong receptivity to the Church, there are currently several areas that appear likely to have new stakes and districts organized within the next three years. Below is a map identifying these locations. Current stakes and districts are indicated by yellow and green markers, respectively, whereas likely future stakes and districts are indicated by red markers (with dot = stake, without dot = district).
View Stakes and Districts in Ghana (with future predictions) in a larger map