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Publication (Land) : "Gender, Land and Food Access in Ghana’s Suburban Cities: A Case of the Adenta Municipality"

« (...) the paper examines the levels and rates of land accessibilities within the stream of modern cities. It assesses the land market system complexities within developing economies and attempts to address the potential threats of gender-land access gaps. (...) The paper concludes that though it is noticed that women engage in power structures on a daily basis, this both benefits and burdens them, depending on their socio-cultural status and other factors in terms of access to land and food. »

Source : Land, 31/10/20, Gender, Land and Food Access in Ghana’s Suburban Cities : A Case of the Adenta Municipality

Veille : Vincent Basserie - Support technique : Hub Rural
Appui financier : Comité Technique "Foncier et Développement" de la Coopération française

Crédits: AK-Project