Access To and Control Over Land from a Gender Perspective: A Study Conducted in the Volta Region of Ghana
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- Duncan, B.A.
Full citation: Oduro, A., Boakye-Yiadom, L. and Baah-Boateng, W., "Asset Ownership and Egalitarian Decision-Making among Couples: Some Evidence from Ghana," 14 GENDER ASSET GAP PROJECT WORKING PAPER (2012).
Full citation: Oduro, A., Deere, C. D., and Catanzarite, Z., "Assets, Wealth and Spousal Violence: Insights from Ecuador and Ghana," 12 GENDER ASSET GAP PROJECT WORKING PAPER (August 2012).
Full citation: German, L., Schoneveld, G. and Mwangi, E., "Contemporary Process of Large-Scale Land Acquisitions by Investors: Case Studies from Sub-Saharan Africa," 68 CIFOR OCCASSIONAL PAPER (2011).
Full citation: Chigbu, U.E.; Paradza, G.; Dachaga, W. Differentiations in Women’s Land Tenure Experiences: Implications for Women’s Land Access and Tenure Security in Sub-Saharan Africa. Land 2019, 8, 22.
Compendium of Most Significant Change (MSC) Stories from Mali, Senegal, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Vietnam, and Cambodia.
Synthesizes findings and best practices from six case studies that assess approaches for community land and ensure both women and men benefit from the improved land tenure security.
Full citation: FAO, "The Gender and Equity Implications of Land-Related Investments on Land Access and Labour and Income-Generating Opportunities in Northern Ghana: A Case Study of Integrated Tamale Fruit Company," FAO REPORT (2013).
One of six case studies informing the synthesis report "Gender and Collectively Held Land: Good Practices and Lessons Learned from Six Global Case Studies."
Full citation: Castilla, C., "Ties That Bind: The Kin System as a Mechanism of Income-Hiding between Spouses in Rural Ghana," 7 WIDER WORKING PAPER (UNU-WIDER, January 2013).