Equity in financing and use of health care in Ghana, South Africa, and Tanzania : implications for paths to universal coverage
The accountability mechanisms currently underpinning land transactions in Ghana are very weak.
The project aims to research the ‘complex amalgam of formal and informal, statutory and non-statutory actors and institutions’ which together constitute what is called ‘hybrid security orders.’ Socio-cultural factors that hinder justice in the for
Migration plays a significant role as a response strategy for coping with climatic and non-climatic drivers of change among vulnerable households in Ghana. Increased out-migration contributes toward higher female household-headships.
The impact of tobacco on livelihoods of societies both in the developed and the developing countries is increasingly being reported in public health reports and research publications.