Anabig Ayaab is a 50 year old farmer from Tariganga, Garu-Tempane District, in the Upper East Region of Ghana. Tariganga is in the dry savannah zone of northern Ghana where vegetative cover is sparse, especially during the dry season. The village and surrounding landscape is flat and dusty at this time, with the few trees that still stand, including shea-nut used for cosmetics and dawadawa, a local medicinal tree, shedding their leaves. The landscape will become increasingly green with the June rains. These rains will only last until October when the dry season, with varying temperatures and wind conditions, will set in again and last for the remainder of the year, guaranteeing a hungry period from March or April until the next rains.

Latest Publications

Empowering Workers on the Tea Sector of Sri Lanka

  • Countries: Sri Lanka
  • Co-authors: CARE International Sri Lanka
  • Published: July 2011

Population mobility and HIV and AIDS: review of laws, policies and treaties between Bangladesh, Nepal and India

  • Countries: Bangladesh, India, Nepal
  • Co-authors: ODI, Big Lottery Fund
  • Published: June 2011

Tackling the High Food Price Challenge

  • Co-authors: Elena Gonzalez, Daphne Jayasinghe, Robin Willoughby
  • Published: June 2011

Inclusive Governance: Transforming livelihood security experiences from Care Bangladesh

  • Countries: Bangladesh
  • Co-authors: Roopa Hinton
  • Published: May 2011