Equity in financing and use of health care in Ghana, South Africa, and Tanzania : implications for paths to universal coverage
As the management of water resources becomes increasingly complex due to climatic stresses on socio-ecological systems, growing evidence suggests that collaborative governance with meaningful local participation is vital for building institutional
This preliminary study examines the nexus between incidence of crime and socio-politico-economic dynamics in Ghana between 1980 and 2010, using both international and local data.
Households in Ghanaian cities have responded to crime by fortifying their houses, a practice referred to as crime prevention through environmental design (CPTED).
The article is structured into four sections. The first deals with the global rise of private security companies (PSCs) and the Ghanaian case, while section two looks at the study’s methodology.
The quest to understand how urban neighbourhood characteristics impact on crime has become an important theoretical and policy-relevant component of contemporary criminology thinking and a potential gauge for the relative value of informal and for
Understanding complexity suggests that some problems are more complex than others and defy conventional solutions. These wicked problems will not be solved by the same tools and processes that are complicit in creating them.
In this paper we demonstrate the importance of non-economic values to community-based conservation by presenting findings from research into Kunlog Community Resource Management Area (CREMA) in northern Ghana.
Although many scholars have noted the salience of mobility throughout the African continent, there has been little systematic investigation into the link between migration and conflict.