Godfred Amankwaa
Godfred Amankwaa
UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology ; University of Manchester
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Knowledge, attitude, and use of mHealth technology among students in Ghana: A university-based survey
P Peprah, EM Abalo, W Agyemang-Duah, RM Gyasi, O Reforce, J Nyonyo, ...
BMC medical informatics and decision making 19, 1-11, 2019
Pregnant women’s perception and attitudes toward modern and traditional midwives and the perceptional impact on health seeking behaviour and status in rural Ghana
P Peprah, EM Abalo, J Nyonyo, R Okwei, W Agyemang-Duah, ...
International Journal of Africa Nursing Sciences 8, 66-74, 2018
COVID-19 ‘free water’initiatives in the Global South: what does the Ghanaian case mean for equitable and sustainable water services?
G Amankwaa, EF Ampratwum
Water International 45 (7-8), 722-729, 2020
In-school adolescents’ knowledge, access to and use of sexual and reproductive health services in Metropolitan Kumasi, Ghana
G Amankwaa, K Abass, RM Gyasi
Journal of Public Health 26, 443-451, 2018
Complementary and alternative medicine in midwifery: a qualitative exploration of perceptions and utilisation of CAM among trained midwives in rural Ghana
P Peprah, EM Abalo, J Nyonyo, R Okwei, G Amankwaa
Evidence Based Midwifery 15 (4), 135-142, 2017
Resocializing digital water transformations: Outlining social science perspectives on the digital water journey
C Hoolohan, G Amankwaa, AL Browne, A Clear, K Holstead, R Machen, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 8 (3), e1512, 2021
Physicochemical and bacteriological quality of sachet water used by Ghanaian university students: implications for public health
BE Addo, G Amankwaa, RM Gyasi
Journal of water, sanitation and hygiene for development 9 (1), 56-63, 2019
Exploring the correlation between COVID-19 fatalities and poor WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene) services
G Amankwaa, C Fischer
MedRxiv, 2020.06. 08.20125864, 2020
Diffusion of electronic water payment innovations in urban Ghana. Evidence from Tema Metropolis
G Amankwaa, FA Asaaga, C Fischer, P Awotwe
Water 12 (4), 1011, 2020
Digital Innovations and Water Services in Cities of the Global South: A Systematic Literature Review
G Amankwaa, R Heeks, AL Browne
Water Alternatives 14 (2), 2, 2021
Smartening up: User experience with smart water metering infrastructure in an African city
G Amankwaa, R Heeks, AL Browne
Utilities Policy 80, 101478, 2023
Digitalising the water sector: Implications for water service management and governance
G Amankwaa, R Heeks, AL Browne
arXiv preprint arXiv:2108.09746, 2021
Water ATMs and access to water: Digitalisation of off-grid water infrastructure in peri-urban Ghana
G Amankwaa, R Heeks, AL Browne
Water Alternatives 15 (3), 733-753, 2022
COVID-19 and ‘Chasing for water’–Water access in poor urban spaces
G Amankwaa
International Water Association. Retrieved April 12, 2020, 2020
Perceived synergy between deforestation and/or forest degradation and climate variability and change in the Ejisu-Juaben Municipality, Ghana
EM Abalo, P Peprah, DO Appiah, BSA Sarpong, G Amankwaa, Y Nakoja
Environmental & Socio-economic Studies 5 (4), 40-56, 2017
Powershifts, organisational value, and water management: Digital transformation of Ghana's public water utility
G Amankwaa, R Heeks, AL Browne
Utilities Policy 87, 101724, 2024
COVID-19 and ‘Chasing for Water’—Water Access in Poor Urban Spaces. International Water Association
G Amankwaa
Moving paperless? The adoption of electronic water payment Systems in Metropolitan Tema, Ghana
G Amankwaa
Master's Thesis, University of Oxford, 2018
Access heterogeneities and collection time inequalities of drinking water sources in Ghana: implications for water and development policy
G Amankwaa, K Abrefa Busia, P Agbadi, HO Duah, F Arthur-Holmes
Local Environment 29 (3), 263-278, 2024
Water ATMs were introduced in Ghana - and are changing the way people can access this vital resource
G Amankwaa
The Conversation, 2023
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