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ABOUT GSSP IFPRI's Ghana Strategy Support Program (GSSP) was launched in 2005 to address specific knowledge gaps concerning agricultural and rural development strategy implementation, to improve the data and knowledge base for applied policy analysis, and to strengthen the national capacity for practical applied policy research. The primary objective of the(More)
  • Regassa E. Namara, Leah Horowitz, Shashidhara Kolavalli, Gordana Kranjac-Berisavljevic, Busia Nambu Dawuni, Boubacar Barry +1 other
  • 2011
Working Papers The publications in this series record the work and thinking of IWMI researchers, and knowledge that the Institute's scientific management feels is worthy of documenting. This series will ensure that scientific data and other information gathered or prepared as a part of the research work of the Institute are recorded and referenced. Working(More)
Research Reports The publications in this series cover a wide range of subjects—from computer modeling to experience with water user associations—and vary in content from directly applicable research to more basic studies, on which applied work ultimately depends. Some research reports are narrowly focused, analytical and detailed empirical studies; others(More)
Pages 8 Table 42: Chemical analysis of water samples in the geologic formations of Ghana (all values except pH are in mg/l) Table 43: Groundwater potentiality of Burkina Faso Table 44: Average Rate of well-sinking success and discharge by region Table 45: Proportion of Volta Basin in Agro-ecological zones of Ghana Table 46: Access to land Table 47:(More)
Préparé pour le Fonds international de développement agricole (FIDA) Bourse de recherche # GI-R-1352-MSU Améliorer l'inclusion dans les chaînes de valeur agricoles en Afrique de l'Ouest L'inclusion des pauvres, des jeunes et des femmes dans la chaîne de valeur riz : Le cas de la Guinée par Véronique Thériault et Boubacar Barry Les documents PRESAO sont(More)
he paper establishes empirically the temporal causality and long run relationship between government expenditures and government revenues for the case of Guinea-Bissau-a low income country under stress (LICUS) in Africa. A simple macroeconomic model is developed to lay out the hypothesis of a spend-tax behavior in the country's public finances management(More)
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