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|Title:||TRADING IN THE VOLTA CLAM, GALATEA PARADOXA IN THE LOWER VOLTA BASIN OF GHANA|
|Authors:||Abarike, E. D.|
Alhassan, E. H.
Alipui, P. E.
|Series/Report no.:||81 (2015);|
|Abstract:||The study was conducted in Denu, Keta and Sogakope towns all in the Southern part of the Volta Region of Ghana to elicit information on the socio-economic status and constrains of fisherwomen involved in the Volta Clam, fishery. Majority of the respondents aged between 30 to 35 years. 26% had Junior School and 2% have had Tertiary education. Majority of the women in the clam business do not have access to credit facilities. Women had difficulty in harvesting and processing because they use crude methods. Extension services should target women to help equip them with new knowledge and technologies in Clam trade.|
|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Natural Resource and Environment|
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