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UNICEF Ghana at a glance

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UNICEF's work is supporting partners to reach the isolated. Pictured: Health volunteer Memunatu Abukari works in a remote community.

Ghana’s recent transition to ‘middle-income country’ status conceals the fact that a very poor child in Ghana is likely to be no better off now than they would have been a decade ago. Our work is supporting partners to reach the isolated, to include the disadvantaged, and to advocate for the rights of the voiceless. As a result, our work is focused on the poorest regions of Ghana, working with the most disadvantaged communities, and advocating for national policies that enable the poorest to engage and be protected. Our programme covers five main areas:

• Health and Nutrition
• Water and Sanitation
• Education
• Child protection
• Social Policy and Equity

 

 
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