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Urban informal economic activities in the developing world have not been fully understood by city authorities. These viable economic activities are seen as a nuisance and are brutally treated. Using the case of Kumasi, Ghana’s second city, this study draws on multiple qualitative methods to...
The study examines the variability of community-based and determinants of childhood diarrhea management including rehydration and feeding therapies using the 2016 Uganda Demographic and Health Survey, UDHS (N = 2,923). The study utilized the Bayesian model and geo-statistical techniques with...
This study examined the gendered rights and challenges of ownership, access, and investments in land and shea trees in Ghana. It mainstreams women into policies regarding land and shea tenures. A qualitative approach through focus group discussions and in-depth interviews with key stakeholders...
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