Assessing The Economic Potential Of Non-timber Forest Products On Rural People’s Livelihood:
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Assessing The Economic Potential Of Non-timber Forest Products On Rural People’s Livelihood: Evidence From Two Districts In Ghana
Non-Timber Forest Products are seen as a major contributor to household’s livelihoods, as in the form of subsistence or as a source of income. However, within the context of Ghana there are no data to prove this commonly held assertion. Therefore, this study investigated the economic potential of Non-Timber Forest Products (NTFPs) as a source of cash income and non-cash income among two districts within the Ashanti and the Brong-Ahafo Regions of Ghana. The study targeted forty households each within the two districts. Findings from this study suggest that NTFPs served as a significant source of cash income for the surveyed households. Also, it became evident that NTFPs could contribute aboDownloadViews: 48

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