International Journal of Agriculture Extension and Social Development
2021, Vol. 4, Issue 2, Part A
Examination of food accessibility dimensions of household farms in the central region, Ghana
Franklin Tetteh Odamtten, Georgina Dadson and Nanice Fosu
The study aimed at examining the food accessibility dimensions of male and female farm household farms in the Central Region of Ghana. A descriptive survey design was used in this study. A structured interview guide was used to collect data from four hundred and twenty (420) resident farmers from selected districts using a simple random sampling technique. Statistical Package for Service Solution (SPSS) version 20 was used to analyze the quantitative data. The results show that about (73%) of male and female household farms eat limited food due to lack of resources while some could not afford a three square meals a day.