The “Migration and Social Transformation in Ghana” dialogue was initiated by the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) to review the issue of migration, particularly, the rural -urban drift that had been perceived as a challenge for ill-equipped urban spaces in developing countries.

Participants from both state and non-state actors and other civil society and non-governmental groups like the Ministry of Environment, Ministry of Food and Agriculture, CSIR, GIZ, University of Development Studies, and University of Ghana, participated in the dialogue.


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