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The compounding effects of these intersectional forms of oppression, combined with the overall socio-economic state of Ghana as a whole serve to push women and girls to the margins of society. In this stakeholder analysis, I offer a brief overview of the setting of Accra, Ghana, and a short socio-cultural analysis to explain possible driving factors for marginalized women and girls that engage in sex work in order to identify key stakeholders.
In this analysis, I focus on the population of women and girls in Accra between the ages of 14 - The goal of this stakeholder analysis is to gather the perspectives of a variety of key players on the socio-economic challenges faced by women and girls involved in sex work in Accra, Ghana.
From these perspectives, next step will be to develop key insights into the clear framing of this problem in order to develop a socially conscious and anti-oppressive business model that adequately meets a need discovered in this complex system. This stakeholder analysis uses peer reviewed journal articles, government and non-governmental organization websites, and press releases on the aforementioned topic as well as the lived experience of the researcher to develop an idea of the key players and factors contributing to the topic for research.
The sources referenced look at the internal factors: causes of urban migration in Ghana, attitudes towards pre-marital sex, the role of various stakeholders benefiting from women and girls in sex work.
They also look at the external factors: modern globalization, international NGO initiatives, and the implications of global economic structures on women and girls in Accra, Ghana. This study does not delve deeply into the research on legal precedence on prostitution, or the potential exploitation, abuse, mistreatment, human trafficking, forced prostitution and coercion of women and girls involved in sex work. Nor does it look closely at the practices and types of sex work practiced by women and girls in Accra, Ghana.