Mobility , education and livelihood trajectories for young people in rural Ghana : a gender perspective

@inproceedings{Porter2011MobilityE,
  title={Mobility , education and livelihood trajectories for young people in rural Ghana : a gender perspective},
  author={Gina Porter and Albert Abane and Samuel Asiedu Owusu and Kate Hampshire and Augustine Tanle and Kobina Esia-Donkoh and Regina Obilie Amoako-Sakyi and Samuel Kofi Miledzi Agblorti},
  year={2011}
}
This paper examines the gendered implications of Africa’s transport gap (the lack of cheap, regular and reliable transport) for young people in rural Ghana, with particular reference to the linkages between restricted mobility, household work demands, access to education and livelihood potential. Our aim is to show how mobility constraints, especially as these interact with household labour demands, restrict young people’s access to education and livelihood opportunities. Firstly, the paper… CONTINUE READING

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