Ghanaian postcolonial intellectuals viewed terms such as development, neo-colonialism, self-reliance, and indigeneity as central to discussions of global inequalities.
Taxing electronic payments is key to raising revenue form the informal sector
It has long been clear that some countries have drug policies that cause harm and violate human rights.
“Fat cakes” are incredibly popular in cities and townships across sub-Saharan Africa. But they are also unhealthy because of their high carbohydrate content.
A post-pandemic healthcare service in Ghana and beyond may usefully incorporate elements of mobile health programmes.
All too often, urban reforms are led by technical and infrastructural change, rather than by engaging people.
The fast growth of the metropolis and the city’s political significance, to its large informal economy and the challenges residents face.
Cocoa buyers and chocolate manufacturers still use various strategies to deflect when the issue of child slavery is raised
Democratic freedoms alone are not adequate safeguards for the media’s anti-corruption work.
The FinTech ecosystem in Ghana provided the basis for understanding how various actors work together to shape financial inclusion.
If women are to have a public voice in Ghana’s media ecology then a great deal more needs to happen.
Trips to their home countries by migrant youth help them create and update their relationship with the countries their families come from.
Current methods of road carnage prevention in Ghana have proved unsuccessful .
Critics have said that ranching is environmentally unsustainable because it results in land degradation. There are other reasons it’s not the solution.
Smallholder rice farmers in Ghana should be supported by the government to access finance needed to adopt modern technologies for greater productivity.
Rawlings was a polarising figure, a person who led two coups in Ghana before twice being elected president in multiparty polls.
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.