Understanding hybrid knowledge and its impact on livelihoods in migrant-agricultural settings in Ghana.

01 November 2019 → 31 October 2025
Regional and community funding: Special Research Fund
Research disciplines
  • Social sciences
    • Ecological anthropology
    • Sociology of development
    • Sociology of knowledge
Knowledge co-creation hybrid knowledge migration agriculture livelihoods multi-stakeholder processes traditional ecological knowledge rural development
Project description

Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) is increasingly recognized for its value in improving people’s livelihoods and increasing the resilience of livelihoods. This research aims to further explore this assertion by understanding the process of how different TEK systems can co-exist and interact, between different groups of people. The research will focus on agricultural knowledge creation between migrant farmers and local farmers in West-Ghana.