Street foods Ghana: Enhancing the performance and growth potential of street vended food in Ghana for accelerated socio-economic development in Ghana – University of Copenhagen

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Street foods Ghana: Enhancing the performance and growth potential of street vended food in Ghana for accelerated socio-economic development in Ghana

Country of study:

Ghana

Source of funding:

DANIDA

Project description:

A multidisciplinary study, which investigates the potential of socio-economical growth related to street vended food enterprises in Kumasi, Ghana. Includes economical analysis, public health/hazard analysis, and anthropological analysis (includes 3 PhD studies and a number of Master studies)

Person in charge of project:

Ben Keraita

Partner Institutions:

  • Dept. of Economics (DoE), University of Copenhagen
  • Dept. of Anthropology (DoA), University of Copenhagen
  • Dep. of Veterinary Disease Biology (DoVDB), University of Copenhagen
  • Dept. of Agricultural Economics, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology (KNUST) Kumasi, Ghana
  • Dept. of Sociology and Social Work, KNUST, Kumasi, Ghana

Research team:

Project timeline:

2012-2016