Perpetual Crentsil received her PhD at the Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Helsinki in Finland in 2007. Her research interests include HIV/AIDS in Ghana (Africa), kinship, reproductive health, gender and sexuality, medical and belief systems in Africa. Her postdoctoral research has engaged her in topics such as mobile technology and health development in Africa, African migrants in Finland/Europe, migration and transnationalism, gambling, remittances and diaspora engagements. In 2014, she worked as a postdoctoral researcher (Senior Researcher) at the Nordic Africa Institute in Uppsala (Sweden) in her project: HIV and religion in Akan society (Ghana).
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