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  • Population Health
  • Climate Change
  • Migration and transformation


  • Refereed Journal
  1. Abu, M., & Codjoe, S. (2018). Experience and Future Perceived Risk of Floods and Diarrheal Disease in Urban Poor Communities in Accra, Ghana. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 15(12), 2830.
  2. Williams, P. A., Crespo, O., & Abu, M. (2018). Adapting to changing climate through improving adaptive capacity at the local level–The case of smallholder horticultural producers in Ghana. Climate Risk Management.
  3. Williams, P. A., Crespo, O., & Abu, M. (2018). Assessing vulnerability of horticultural smallholders’ to climate variability in Ghana: applying the livelihood vulnerability approach. Environment, Development and Sustainability, 1-22.
  4. Addo, K. A., Nicholls, R. J., Codjoe, S. N. A., & Abu, M. (2018). A biophysical and socioeconomic review of the Volta Delta, Ghana. Journal of Coastal Research, 34(5), 1216-1226
  5. Williams, P. A., Crespo, O., Abu, M., & Simpson, N. P. (2018). A systematic review of how vulnerability of smallholder agricultural systems to changing climate is assessed in Africa. Environmental Research Letters, 13(10), 103004.
  6. Asante-Sarpong, H., Owusu, A. Y., Saravanan, S., Appiah, E., & Abu, M. (2016). Determinants of use of supervised delivery care under Ghana’s fee exemption policy for maternal healthcare: the case of the Central Region. BMC pregnancy and childbirth, 16(1), 172.
  7. Codjoe, S. N. A., Okutu, D., & Abu, M. (2016). Urban household characteristics and dietary diversity: An analysis of food security in Accra, Ghana. Food and nutrition bulletin, 37(2), 202-218.
  8. Abu, M., Codjoe, S. N. A., & Sward, J. (2014). Climate change and internal migration intentions in the forest-savannah transition zone of Ghana. Population and Environment, 35(4), 341-364.

  • Book Chapters/Reports
  1. Abu, M., & Khan, A. (2018). Chapter 6: Climate change adaptation planning. In IPBES (2018): The IPBES assessment report on land degradation and restoration. Montanarella, L., Scholes, R., and Brainich, A. (eds.). Secretariat of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem services, Bonn, Germany, pp. 705-707.
  2. Dodoo, N. D., Biney, A. A., & Abu, M. (2014). Methods in Population Studies. Population Studies: Key Issues and Contemporary Trends in Ghana, 5, 260.
  3. Biney, I. Appeaning Addo, I. & Abu M. (2014). The effect of the 1987 education reforms on youth unemployment in Ghana: An Exploratory Study.  In Roscoe, C.  (Ed).  Ghana:  Social, Economic and Political Issues. NOVA Science Publishers, New York.