This take a look at offers with socio-economic consequences of warfare on livelihood within the Bawku Municipality related to Kusasis and Mamprusis ethnic organizations. according to Kendie, Osei-Kufour and Boakye, (2014), elements that account for the outbreak of war in Bawku relate to chieftaincy problem, growing call for for land for agricultural purposes given the high population density in the region and political interference seeing that colonial and post-independence eras. The conflicts decimate the nearby economy appreciably as trade has reduced and several enterprise minded men and women have migrated to other urban non violent cities to ply their alternate (Kendie, Osei-Kufour & Boakye, 2014). in line with Yahaya (2007), inside the occasion of struggle, the entire society is negatively affected because struggle is indiscriminate in its capability to inflict havoc to lives, properties and assets of livelihood. loss of circle of relatives members and social networks inflict struggling on ladies and men alike, but women are affected in many specific ways from men due to socio-cultural roles assigned to girls through society.
girls may also lose husbands and sons on the battlefield and they may also lose their girls and younger youngsters as civilian casualties, or witness their struggling as victims of attack. as the primary caregivers to children in among maximum ethnic agencies in Ghana, girls arguably go through the lack of their youngsters in gender-specific ways. even though the connection of motherhood to women’s stance towards battle is debated, girls in lots of one-of-a-kind historic and cultural contexts have argued that a mom’s suffering is unique (Lorentzen & Turpin, 1998; Rhene & Sirleaf, 2002). The rational for this study is to unveil studies of battle by the inclined from the factor of view of livelihood as opposed to relying on the electronic and print media which focuses their reportage on other section of the society which include destruction of physical environment and destruction of property because of its value to the kingdom on the price of the humans (Yahaya, 2007).