Food coping strategies in northern Ghana. A sociospatial analysis along the urbanrural continuum
Background: Food insecurity is a worrying challenge worldwide, with sub-Sahara Africa most affected. Literature reveals that in developing countries, food insecurity is a largely ‘‘managed process’’, meaning people are active participantsn in responding to the risks they face in life. This paper focuses on how households cope with food shortages and how these food coping strategies vary along the urbanrural continuum.
Chagomoka, T. Unger, S. Drescher, A. Glaser, R. Marschner, B. Schlesinger, J