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Ghana Journal of Geography
Recently, communities in Agogo Traditional Area (ATA) have witnessed an increasing spate of violence leading to loss of lives, loss of livelihoods, insecurity and severe injury among others. This article explores the "local" in peacebuilding by addressing the following research questions: first, how do Agogo indigenes in the diaspora contribute to peacebuilding in Agogo Traditional Area? Second, in which ways do the engagement of Fulani herders and indigenous farmers influence the process ofdoi:10.4314/gjg.v13i2.13 fatcat:7rkcy2zdbzdxtm3vbtk5xzop7i