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This paper investigates the effects of adoption of improved shea butter processing technology on women's livelihood and microenterprise growth using 300 women enterprise owners. The sample was stratified into three groups: Full adopters (FA), Partial adopters (PA) and Non-adopters (NA). The study was undertaken in nine (9) communities drawn from the Tamale Metropolis and the Tolon/Kunbumgu District of the Northern Region of Ghana. The results reveal that full adopters have improved theirdoi:10.11634/232907811301419 fatcat:lmgqdq7tljdwzjdjv22zdqcsea