Ampofo Brenya

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In a community based study at Legon in 1997, a valuation method was used to assess the willingness of students on study leave to pay a percentage premium of their income towards a National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS). Thirty-five percent of the respondents were aged 30-40 years, 97% were males, 45% were resident in Accra, 17% in Kumasi and 12% in Cape(More)
The trade in wildlife products can represent an important source of income for poor people, but also threaten wildlife locally, regionally and internationally. Bushmeat provides livelihoods for hunters, traders and sellers, protein to rural and urban consumers, and has depleted the populations of many tropical forest species. Management interventions can be(More)
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