4 edition of Response of some rural communities in South-East Ghana to economic recession 1982 found in the catalog.
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|Statement||by N.G. Chisholm.|
|Series||Cambridge African monographs ;, no. 2|
|LC Classifications||HC1060.Z7 V653 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 73 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||73|
|LC Control Number||84156581|
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These initiatives were especiall y directed at areas situated outside lar ge cities and. contribute meaningfully not only to the rural economy but the national economic development as a whole.
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DROPOUTS ISSUES AND ITS ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS: EVIDENCE FROM RURAL COMMUNITIES IN GHANA Anselm Komla Abotsi, University of Education Winneba Ngmen Yaganumah, 's Vocational Training Institute rural areas and its economic implications in order to inform policy formulation in curbing these phenomenon.
This is the motivation of Author: Anselm Komla Abotsi, Ngmen Yaganumah, Harriet Ellenlaura Obeng. Key Words: Rural Community Banks, Bank of Ghana, Apex Bank, Performance, Ghana.
Introduction Rural banks have been in existence for around three decades in the Ghana’s financial scene. The beginning of the rural banks (RB) can be seen as a unique experiment as well as experience in improving the efficacy.
region, Ghana’s economy is the second lar gest behind Nigeria 2, accounting for. % of total GDP of the sub-region. Ghana’ s economic performance. production in some areas. For areas with limited economic potential, the focus should be on providing quality basic services, particularly education, health care and public transport.
For areas with greater economic potential, in particular, denser rural areas, the development and promotion of non-File Size: 2MB. Photographic Representation of Socio-economic Development on Rural Communities in Ghana Dr.
Joseph Essuman Department of Graphic Design, University of Education, P. Winneba, Ghana It has come to notice that developments that take place in rural communities bring about a lot of challenges both positive and negative. Roads are the predominant mode of transport in African countries, and represent a critical element for economic development.
In Ghana, this reliance has led to major investments in road construction, including an initiative—the Ghana Transport Sector Program Support—that focuses on revitalizing rural economies and reducing poverty by prioritizing the improvement and maintenance of rural Cited by: The ﬁ rst RCB was established in a farming community in the central region of Ghana in Rural communities showed tremendous interested in the community ownership and management features of RCBs, and by the number of RCBs reached The introduction of a check payment system for cocoa farmers (known as the Akuafo Check operation) alsoFile Size: 1MB.
Characterization of rural enterprises in Ghana. A glean at some of the Medium Term Development Plans revealed most of the key rural economic activities in Ghana. A survey conducted by Boapeah and Poppe () in the Dangme West District, Ghana also provided some of the enterprises that can be found in a typical rural environment of Ghana.
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Data for this study is cross-sectional data obtained from respondents engaged in rural non-farm economic activities or otherwise, from 15 rural communities in Wa Municipal and Nadowli District in the Upper West Region of Ghana. Both the communities and respondents were selected using a probability sampling by: 8.
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