Land Management in Ghana: Building on Tradition and Modernity
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This report examines the articulation between different structures by which access to land and other resources in Ghana are regulated and, in particular, the interaction and areas of overlap between customary systems and government structures. The data for the report was obtained mainly from existing literature both published and unpublished. Some primary data was secured through open ended and informal interviews with some key informants: researchers, traditional authorities, public land administrators and NGOs. An analysis and synthesis of the researchers- experience played a complementary role.