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Kujenga Amani facilitates the exchange of ideas and information between researchers, practitioners, and policymakers working on diverse aspects of peacebuilding in Africa. It is a digital forum for conversations about the critical challenges confronting peacebuilding in conflict-affected regions of the continent, as well as exploring the connections between African and global peace.

It is a platform for news on innovative research, including reviews of publications on African peacebuilding and reflections by scholars and practitioners on trends and developments in the field. Kujenga Amani publishes essays and briefs on Africa-related peace initiatives, and reports on APN-supported research, fieldwork, and projects. Of note is its role in launching new voices on the challenges confronting peacebuilding in conflict-affected regions of Africa, as well as highlighting new knowledge produced by African scholars and practitioners based on the continent.

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February, 2018

Farmer-Herder conflicts have grown in frequency across the Sahel region of West and Central Africa, including in Ghana, where they have evolved over time in phases. This article explores the drivers of farmer-herder conflict and the challenges it poses to sustainable peacebuilding in Ghana, using Agogo Traditional Area (ATA) in the Ashanti region of Ghana as a case study.

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