“Women Moving Within Borders: Gender and Internal Migration dynamics in Ghana”

@inproceedings{Awumbila2015WomenMW,
  title={“Women Moving Within Borders: Gender and Internal Migration dynamics in Ghana”},
  author={Mariama Awumbila},
  year={2015}
}
Internal migration is an inherent part of the processes of development and structural transformation in any region. In Africa, while the focus is often on international migration, internal migration is far more significant for development in terms of the numbers of people moving and their poverty reduction potential and well-being outcomes. In Ghana, as the numbers of women and girls moving independently has been on the increase, a “feminisation” of migration is said to be underway. Many of… CONTINUE READING

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