Martin Luther Darko, The Quest for Health in Madina: Health seeking across Religious Boundaries

Martin Luther Darko's PhD research explores how different religious practitioners (Christians, Muslims and Indigenous Traditionalists) cross their defined religious boundaries in search of maternal and reproductive health in a multi- ethnic and religious sub-urban community (Madina) in Ghana, and how that creates religious coexistence. The working title of his research is The Quest for Health in Madina: Health seeking across Religious Boundaries.

His research is part of the Religious Matters in an Entangled World Project at Utrecht University.

Researcher supervising: 
External supervisors: 
Prof.dr. Birgit Meyer (Utrecht University)
Project status: 
Ongoing
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