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Impact of illegal small scale mining (Galamsey) on cocoa production in Atiwa district of Ghana
Received 09 May, 2014 Received in revised form 06 June, 2014 Accepted 12 June, 2014 The mining sector is a very important segment of the extractive sector but has one of the most serious andExpand
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Climate Change Awareness and Coping Strategies of Cocoa Farmers in Rural Ghana
The study assessed the perception of farmers on the awareness, causes and impact of climate change on their farming activities. The study further identifies and describes the various copingExpand
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The application of a biometric identification technique for linking community and hospital data in rural Ghana
Background The reliability of counts for estimating population dynamics and disease burdens in communities depends on the availability of a common unique identifier for matching general populationExpand
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The application of a biometric identification technique for linking community and hospital data in rural Ghana.
Background The reliability of counts for estimating population dynamics and disease burdens in communities depends on the availability of a common unique identifier for matching general populationExpand
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Evaluations of the downward velocity of soil water movement in the unsaturated zone in a groundwater recharge area using δ18 O tracer: the Kumamoto region, southern Japan
Water and substances from the surface infiltrate the unsaturated zone before reaching groundwater. Yet, little study has been done on the unsaturated zone due to the difficulty of sampling. A lot ofExpand
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Constraints Facing Cocoa-Based Agricultural Knowledge and Information System in Ghana: Perception of Cocoa Farmers in the Eastern Region of Ghana
The study ranked and analysed the constraints facing the Cocoa-based Agricultural Knowledge and Information System (AKIS) in Ghana from the perspectives of cocoa farmers in the Eastern Region.Expand
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Evaluation of Groundwater Suitability for Irrigation in the Lambussie-Karni District of Ghana
The populace of the Lambussie-Karni District are mainly farmers who have resorted to the use of groundwater for irrigation during the dry season because of long drought and inadequate surface waterExpand