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  • New Farming Method Unveilled A NEW farming method, which involves the use of inoculants that enriches the soil for the cultivation of leguminous crops, has been introduced in the Northern region to make most ...
    Posted Nov 11, 2011, 7:09 AM by zakaria UrbANetGhana
  • UrbANet collaborate with CHRAJ to educate communities on Domestic Violence Law In a series of durbars held in five different communities of the Tamale Metropolis, the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) warned husbands that their wives insistence on ...
    Posted Jun 15, 2011, 11:19 PM by zakaria UrbANetGhana
  • Thirty(30) young female entrepreneurs increased their knowledge on HEPATITIS B "The first time I heard of hepatitis B was from a patient I sat closely to at the Tamale Teaching Hospital.But she could not explain what the disease was ...
    Posted Jun 23, 2010, 8:15 AM by jibreel UrbANetGhana
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Women in most families are the bread winners.  Improving their capabilities and capacities to engage in alternative agriculture activities as a means of livelihood is one way of empowering them to change unequal power relationships and enable them to participate in the socio-economic and political life of their communities. The development of farmer-based groups and agro-based entrepreneurial groups into effective farmer associations and networks has become a key strategy to address the challenges confronting small-scale farmers.

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