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  1. Yam consumption patterns in West Africa: draft report for BMGF

    Nweke, Felix, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF), 2013 View full text Commissioned Report
  2. Designing a system to monitor land-based investments in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA): the case of Ghana

    Codjoe, Emmanuel A, Asare, Richard Owusu, Kakraba-Ampeh, Mark, International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), 2014 View full text Commissioned Report
  3. Ghana yam market, subsector and value chain assessment: final study report

    Mennonite Economic Development Associates, 2011 View full text Commissioned Report
  4. Ghana--MAFAP country profile

    Monitoring African Food and Agricultural Policies (MAFAP), 2013 View full text White Paper
  5. Ghana's story: Ghana's sustained agricultural growth: putting underused resources to work

    Overseas Development Institute, 2010 View full text Commissioned Report
  6. Ghana--recent developments in agricultural research

    Flaherty, Kathleen, Asare, Roland, Essegbey, George Owusu, Agricultural Science & Technology Indicators (ASTI), 2010 View full text White Paper
  7. Yam value chain: Ghana

    Anderson, C Leigh, Kpaka, Claire, Bergh, Kathryn, Orozco, Patricia, Gugerty, Mary Kay, Evans School Policy Analysis and Research (EPAR), 2012 View full text White Paper
  8. Cassava integrated value chain

    Anderson, C Leigh, Gaffney, Angela, Kpaka, Claire, Slakie, Elysia, Evans School Policy Analysis and Research (EPAR), 2012 View full text White Paper
  9. Enhancing gender responsiveness in putting nitrogen to work for smallholder farmers in Africa (N2Africa)

    Njenga, Mary, Gurung, Jeannette, 2011 View full text White Paper
  10. A guide to the sun drying of pressed cassava mash

    University of Greenwich, Natural Resources Institute, 2010 View full text White Paper