Date of Graduation
Master of Arts in International Studies (MAIS)
College of Arts and Sciences
Dr. Jeffrey Paller
Poor urban settlements have over the years and in the present been described as places of despair and destitution with its inhabitants especially women referred to as the most poor and vulnerable of the society. This research however attempts to provide a complete elevation of the Avenues of Social and Economic Empowerment for Women in Ghana’s Poor Urban Settlements by using three contextual framework such as the social networks available to women and the political opportunities available to them in their communities and the role of men and women in achieving this agenda and how it has reshaped the status and empowered women politically and economically in these settlements using Accra, Ghana as a case study.
Amoah, Comfort, "The Avenues of Social and Economic Empowerment for Women in Ghana's Poor Urban Settlements" (2018). Master's Theses. 1179.