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The Ghana Journal of Geography publishes the best of original research and scholarship in physical and human geography as well as research from other disciplines working on ideas of relevance to the Developing world.


Vol 9, No 3 (2017)

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This issue/volume was produced with financial support from the Carnegie Corporation of New York through the University of Ghana Building the Next Generation of Academics in Africa (BANGA-Africa) Project.

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Articles

Gender Aspects of Street Crossing Behaviour among Undergraduates: An Observational Study EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Moses Olaniran Olawole 1–22
Collective Remittance Mobilisation Strategies of Ghanaian Hometown Associations in the UK EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Leander Kandilige 23–49
Prevalence and Predictors of Hypertension History among Ghanaian Men EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Samuel H. Nyarko, Eric Osei, Joyce Komesuor, Mark K. Ananga 50–63
Socioeconomic status and livelihoods of refugees in a self-reliance situation in Kyangwali refugee settlement EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Robert Ayine, Fredrick R. Tumwine, Robert Kabumbuli 64–83
Determination of an Optimal Trunk Sewer-line Route for Kikuyu Town Using Geospatial Technologies EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Stephen Kamau Wanjama, Patroba Achola Odera 84–96
Trends in Health Insurance Subscription at Cape Coast, Ghana: A Retrospective Study from 2005 – 2014 EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Hubert Amu, Akwasi Kumi-Kyereme, Eugene Kofuor Maafo Darteh 97–111
GIS and correlation analysis of geo-environmental variables influencing malaria prevalence in the Saboba district of Northern Ghana EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Matthew Biniyam Kursah 112–131
City Expansion and Agricultural Land Loss within the Peri-Urban Area of Osun State, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Mubarak Lasisi, Ayobami Popoola, Alaba Adediji, Oluwatola Adedeji, Kayode Babalola 132–163


ISSN: 0855-9414
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