Gender Access To Farmlands: A Case Study Of Smallholder Farmers In Tolon
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Gender Access To Farmlands: A Case Study Of Smallholder Farmers In Tolon District In Northern Region Of Ghana
Land is an indispensable element in agricultural development and its accessibility is central to the realization of sustainable national development. This implies that access to cultivable land is paramount in increasing agricultural productivity among smallholder farmers. This study sought to examine the gender access to farmland and its influence on agricultural productivity, the constraints in farmland acquisition and the methods involved in farmland acquisition. The study adopted a quantitative approach. Data were collected utilizing a simple random sampling of 120 smallholder farmers from 4 communities through questionnaires. Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) was used to orDownloadViews: 62

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