Ghana is losing out the booming global cashew industry in terms
of job and revenue generations.
Research questions the idea that getting commercial seeds and fertilisers to smallholder farmers will double yields and incomes.
Current approaches to expand renewable energy in Ghana are not inclusive of the rural poor.
Chieftaincy conflicts in northern Ghana have hindered development in the country.
Ghanaian city authorities are focused on addressing problems of poverty, education and health rather than managing green spaces in slums
Ghana’s ineffective land administration system has serious implications
Eurobonds are costly for governments. But they are also attractive because investors buy them without preconditions.
For conservationists and the government, religion and culture could serve to discourage the overharvesting of bushmeat from the wild
In the formal real estate industry, there is an emerging narrative that affordable housing deficits in African cities represent a vast untapped market
China’s engagement with Ghana was solidified by its willingness to undertake an expensive project Western partners had run away from.
Although Ghana has not been affected by religious conflict, the ways youth from the Muslim minority relate to their nation is an important question.
Ghana’s latest population census offers a window into the contested terrain of population statistics.
Vaccinating a population requires a proactive approach to health promotion and community preparedness.
The disturbance in Ghana’s parliament during the election of a speaker has raised questions about its current democratic system.
The decision to create new administrative units is grounded in split opinions
Ghanaian students are losing patience with the lack of opportunities after graduation.
The porous borders of West Africa allow for the unregulated movement of thousands.
Countries have adopted a wide array of measures involving a proliferation of fraud agencies.
Ghana and Côte d'Ivoire’s best option is to control and restrict supply instead of simply adding a price premium.
Realities on the ground tell a different story from the claim that a Green Revolution ensures food security and increased income for smallholder farmers in Ghana.