John Powell - Books on Ghana

Grassroots economic development in the Third World - How a university of science and technology can help.

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Ghana's largest informal industrial area and home of 5,000 artisans in 1971 and 50,000 by the mid-1980s. In the 1970s, as a young man Kwame Mainu ran his own business making market trolleys. A decade later, working for the university's technology transfer programme, he was helping other artisans to upgrade their activities.
Market Trolley
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Another Market Trolley
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New Life for Old Trucks!
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Trotro in Operation
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Cocoa Truck in Suame Magazine
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More Cocoa Trucks at Suame
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A Cocoa Truck Loaded with Charcoal
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Articulator Trailers at Suame Magazine
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Timber Truck with Locally Made Trailer
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Timber Truck without a Log
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Cylinder Reboring at Suame Magazine
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Grassroots Workshops at Suame Magazine
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A Vucaniser at Work
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Kaddai Engineering
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Cashew Nut Sheller
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Roasting Cashew Nuts
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Some Famous Ghanaian Engineers Who Helped the Artisans of Suame Magazine
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Pioneers of the TCC and GRATIS
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David Preece at KNUST 1997
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The Survival of the Fitter
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The Colonial Gentleman's Son
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Return to the Garden City
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