Binaba is a rural village in the Bawku West District of the Upper East Region in Ghana. The village is 15 km south of the district capital Zebilla. The principal economic activity is agriculture based on a unimodal distribution of rain. There is a dry season, which includes Haramattan winds from mid-November through late March. The rainy season consists of monsoon rains. Staple crops include millet, rice and corn. Other important food crops include shea, peanuts, sweet potatoes, mangoes, watermelons and leafy vegetables. There are approximately 3,000 people in Binaba and the surrounding villages of Kusanaba, Zongoyiri, Gori, Kopella, Azuera.