Monday, October 17, 2016 Labadi Beach Hotel, Accra, Ghana Download Flyer (PDF 228KB) Ghana Strategy Support Program (GSSP) is organizing a one-day policy dialogue to share policy recommendations emerging from selected research activities. This policy dialogue will bring together policymakers and development practitioners to offer actionable recommendations on some of the critical issues relevant for […]
The value of qualitative research in understanding land tenure and gender in Ghana Cross posted from IFPRI.org In this post I argue that qualitative field work aiming at understanding the local context is not a frivolous activity. For highly contested topics, such as gender and land, and in contexts where custom dominates, rigorous qualitative empirical […]
GSSP held a successful conference – Transforming Agriculture, on November 8-9, 2012 to promote dialogue between researchers, policymakers, private sector representatives, and donors on strategies for agricultural transformation. Read and watch a few clips, about the dialogues held, by clicking here!
Did you know agriculture will likely continue to be the dominant sector of employment for most young people over the next few decades in Africa? Africa south of the Sahara has the world’s youngest and fastest growing population and contributes one-quarter to one-third of the African GDP but employs 65-75 percent of the labor force. […]