Gender and climate risk management: evidence of climate information use in Ghana

This study determined how the use of Climate Information Services by men and women farmers may be influenced by their perceptions about climate change, farm activities, and demography. The study was carried out at the Lawra-Jirapa Districts of the Upper West Region of Ghana where downscaled seasonal forecast information through mobile phone technologies (Esoko platform) had been disseminated to farmers since 2011. 

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2018-07-06

Autor(es)

  • Partey, Samuel T.
  • Dakorah, Angela D.
  • Zougmore, Robert B.
  • Ouédraogo, Mathieu
  • Nyasimi, Mary
  • Nikoi, Gordon K
  • Huyer, Sophia

Citación correcta

Partey ST, Dakorah AD, Zougmoré RB, Ouédraogo M, Nyasimi M, Nikoi GK, Huyer S. 2018. Gender and climate risk management: evidence of climate information use in Ghana. Climatic Change 15 p.