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02 January 2016
Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation
Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation policy brief series: Restitution – Setting right the past wrong
“Seedlings sales took a knock when farmers stopped buying in response to their markets drying up during the hard lockdown, despite this a counter trend increased seedlings sales at local households...”-Philani Ngcobo, a small-scale farmer from Ndwedwe,
What is tragic is that communities receive land they were violently removed from by the racist regime, but the land is transferred into entities that are structured in a way that almost guarantees failure.
Government can and must do so much better for land claimants. https://twitter.com/richard_spoor/status/1364886230790508547
The pandemic led to governments across the world imposing a myriad of barriers on their citizens to control the spread of C-19 within their borders. Ghana was no exception. This article explains how Ghana's food system was affected.