Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on whatsapp
Share on email

A Handbook of Eweland Vol. 1

$ 8

About the book

It analyzes their efforts at economic development, as well as assesses their potential in natural resources. It concludes by giving a critical appraisal of these hardworking people and their contribution to national development. This Handbook will be of immense importance to researchers, policy-makers, students and the general reader interested in human development.

Book format: eBook

Description

Annotation/Synopsis:

This volume on the Ewes of Southeastern Ghana is the first of a series designed to give the reader comprehensive information about the Ewes of West Africa who occupy the land stretching from the Volta basin in Ghana to the banks of the Mono in the Republics of Togo and Benin. This volume presents an account of the people, their land, origins, and cultural, social and political organizations. It analyzes their efforts at economic development, as well as assesses their potential in natural resources. It concludes by giving a critical appraisal of these hardworking people and their contribution to national development. This Handbook will be of immense importance to researchers, policy-makers, students and the general reader interested in human development.

Publisher Name: Woeli Publishing Services

Editor: Francis Agbodeka

Language: English

Age Range: Adults

Rights: World

Country of Origin: Ghana

ISBN: 978-9964–978–49–9

Additional information

Book Format

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “A Handbook of Eweland Vol. 1”

Vendor Information

  • Store Name: Woelibooks
  • Vendor: Woeli Dekutsey
  • Address: North Legon, Agbogba
    Accraa
    Greater Accra
  • No ratings found yet!