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Producers and Consumer attitudes toward Biotechnology in Ghana

@inproceedings{Nsafoah2011ProducersAC,
  title={Producers and Consumer attitudes toward Biotechnology in Ghana},
  author={Annie Nsafoah and Michael R. Dicks and Collins Kwabena Osei},
  year={2011}
}
Over 265 million people in Sub-Saharan Africa face malnutrition, chronic hunger, and poverty. One of the technologies that could help alleviate the perpetuating cycle of chronic hunger is biotechnology. Genetic modification (GM) has the potential to enhance agricultural productivity and improve Africa’s food security, but little is known about the potential benefits and costs of using genetically modified maize in Africa - Ghana. African and Ghanaian policy makers, farmers, and consumers often… CONTINUE READING

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