I have worked extensively for four years on socio-economic and culturally issues embedded in agriculture, migration and reproductive health. I carried out collaborative work with international non-governmental organization like the Center for International Forestry Research, the German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ) and the Institute for Training and Demographic Research with a focus on climate variability, health and migration respectively. Presently I am working on resource politics in urban agriculture. How farmer’s interactions and networks open or restrict their access to resources for their agricultural practice. I am also interests in how land governance in Ghana opens or restrict access to gendered vegetable growers.
Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology