Using the example of a case study in nadowli district, upper west region (uwr) in ghana, this article seeks to explore how strongly the dry-season migration pattern is pronounced in the context of rainfall variability and food insecurity. In ghana migration is a common activity throughout all the regions, tribes and family with almost every single family having either an international migrant or internal migrant this picture reflects in the northern region of ghana in a very alarming manner with many young and able bodies migrating to prominent cities in such of improved livelihood. Indeed, ghana also benefits from immigrants whose human resource and expertise are used in the development of our economy (brain gain) although the losses are much more damaging than the gain, hence the emphasis on the brain drain effects of migration.
Perceived impact of rural-urban migration on agricultural productivity in nanumba south district of northern region by wuni baba mahama (10357758. This article examines the interrelationships between rainfall variability, livelihood/food security and migration in rural savannah communities in northern ghana it addresses the question of how strong dry season migration is pronounced and whether the recent dominant migration type is a coping or adaptation mechanism the analysis is based on empirical research conducted in four communities.
The effect of nurse migration on the provision of health services in ghana the effect of nurse migration on the provision of health services in ghana gujhs 2008 apr vol 5, no 1 international migration and development in contemporary ghana and west africa edited by takyiwaa manuh. Out-migration and its effect on agriculture from the perceptions of the non-migrants left behind in migrant sending communities in the nanumba south district in the northern region, ghana many studies in ghana have focused on the causes and consequences of rural-urban migration. Most nurses work in the public sector, but the shortage affects both the public and private health institutions within ghana (2) the picture of nurse migration the migration of nurses in ghana comes in two forms: internal and international internally, the trend is for nurses to move from rural to urban areas. (northern region) for providing data on the region’s agricultural performance finally, i would like to thank dr seidu alhassan of the university of development studies, tamale, for his help in sorting out the logistics of field research in northern ghana, and for his friendship and hospitality.
The impact of migration on development, particularly in migrants’ areas of origin figure 2 northern ghana, through its effect on population size and otherwise, influence the environment and migration from northern ghana contribute to development and more sustainable. Migration is increasingly recognized as a significant factor for the achievement of all three pillars of sustainable development – economic, social and environmental as the un migration agency, iom helps governments and the international community to harness the development potential of migration for both migrants and societies.
The main effects of rural migration in ghana are felt in the agricultural sector, which makes-up a big portion of the ghanaian economy the concentration of infrastructures in the city leading to the rural urban migration is making the countryside becoming more underdeveloped and devoid of strong energetic youth the latter's presence being the fuel for development in the countryside their departure negatively affects the area by pushing it deeper into underdevelopment.
Rethinking migration: climate, resource conflicts and migration in europe, 13 -14 oct 2011 wwwnetwork-migrationorg and wwwgeographieuni-bremende 1 migration, environment and development in ghana kees van der geest1 introduction west africa is experiencing a substantial flow of migrants from the interior savanna to the forest and coastal zones. Migrants generally gain access to higher levels of human development, higher income, better access to education and health for themselves thus, if properly managed, migration can be of immense economic benefit for the countries bedevilled with its negative effects for developing countries like ghana, one can mention capital inflow (remittances.