Projects

Land tenure and food security in Ghana

Land tenure and food security in Ghana: he project has the objective of investigating land tenure and how its affected food systems in Accra.
he project has the objective of investigating land tenure and how its affected food systems in Accra. The first phase focuses on some selected urban and peri-urban areas. The project is estimated to be completed by August 2019.

Polycentric water governance in agriculture in urban areas

This project has been set up to investigate how governance arrangements in food systems in the Accra Metropolitan Area is impacting food security in the metropolis. The project is being undertaken over a two year period (2018-2020). Food systems selected for this phase include Vegetables and cereals.

Water brokerage in rapidly urbanised cities

Water brokerage in rapidly urbanised cities.  In Ghana, private actors currently play a major role in water provision with state institutions such as the Ghana Water company acting as both a production and provision agent.
In Ghana, private actors currently play a major role in water provision with state institutions such as the Ghana Water company acting as both a production and provision agent. The project aims to understand the current framework of water brokerage and what lessons could be drawn for utility service provision in cities in Africa.

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