Ghana’s existing policies for social development cover fishing communities and yet, fail to address them specifically. The needs of rural and geographically isolated fishing communities are ignored. Urban fishers tend to benefit more from social development interventions and have a better quality of life compared to their rural counterparts. Despite this disparity in access to … Continue reading Social Development and Sustainable Fisheries: Ghana by Peter L.A.
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