Jemima N. Baada
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Married women’s negotiation for safer sexual intercourse in Kenya: Does experience of female genital mutilation matter?
X Chai, Y Sano, M Kansanga, J Baada, R Antabe
Sexual & reproductive healthcare 14, 79-84, 2017
‘What we were running from is what we’re facing again’: examining the paradox of migration as a livelihood improvement strategy among migrant women farmers in the Brong-Ahafo …
JN Baada, B Baruah, I Luginaah
Migration and Development 8 (3), 448-471, 2019
Looming crisis–changing climatic conditions in Ghana’s breadbasket: the experiences of agrarian migrants
JN Baada, B Baruah, I Luginaah
Development in Practice 31 (4), 432-445, 2021
A review of the effects of migration on the feminization of agrarian dryland economies
JN Baada, D Najjar
Journal of Agriculture Gender and Food Security (Agri‐Gender) 5 (2), 1-12, 2020
Differentiated agrarian vulnerabilities and generalized national responses to COVID‐19 in the Upper West Region of Ghana
JN Baada, R Antabe, Y Sano
Journal of Agrarian Change, 2021
Experiences of sociocultural reproduction among migrant women in the Brong-Ahafo Region of Ghana
JN Baada
Handbook of Culture and Migration, 2021
Being pushed and pulled: understanding how climate change and foreign investment interact to influence rural-to-rural migration in sub-Saharan Africa
JN Baada
Mothers in a'Strange Land': Migrant Women Farmers' Reproductive Health in the Brong-Ahafo Region of Ghana
JN Baada, B Baruah, Y Sano, I Luginaah
Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 32 (2), 910-930, 2021
Experiences of Social Reproduction among Migrant Women in the Brong-Ahafo Region of Ghana
JN Baada
A Gendered Perspective On Migrant Women Farmers’ Lived Experiences In The Brong-Ahafo Region Of Ghana
JN Baada
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