Multi-stakeholder platforms set to resolve land-use conflicts in northern Ghana


Half-burned mango tree in northern Ghana. Photo: Axel Fassio/CIFOR Related stories From farmers and chiefs through local NGOs to government, stakeholders in Ghana’s Western Wildlife Corridor brought their concerns about autonomy, livelihoods and who controls the land and its resources to an inception workshop for the COLANDS initiative. Although the Collaborating to Operationalize Landscape Approaches…

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