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Ending Extreme Poverty: A Focus on Children
Ending Extreme Poverty: A Focus on Children – a briefing note from the World Bank Group and UNICEF - finds that children in developing countries are more than twice as likely as adults to live in extreme poverty.
Ghana Poverty and Inequality Analysis FINAL Match 2016
Given the importance of inequality in attaining the goal of poverty reduction this paper sets out to comprehensively investigate the likelihood of inequality affecting the country’s poverty reduction efforts.
Estimating the impact on poverty of Ghana’s fuel subsidy reform and a mitigating response
This report builds on UNICEF technical support to reform fuel subsidies and scale-up social protection to respond to rising inequality. It aims to provide evidence of the magnitude and the distribution of the impacts of the 2013 fuel subsidy reforms on
LEAP briefing paper
Since its launch in 2008 as Ghana’s flagship programme of the National Social Protection Strategy, the Livelihood Empowerment Against Poverty (LEAP) programme has enabled the poorest families in the country to meet their basic needs (food, clothing and sh
LEAP Program Impact Evaluation
This document constitutes the quantitative impact evaluation report of the Livelihood Empowerment Against Poverty (LEAP) Program of the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection (MoGCSP), Government of Ghana.
UNICEF Ghana advocacy book
UNICEF is working with the Government of Ghana to address disparities to ensure that all children and women benefit from the country’s impressive economic growth.
Inclusive Education in a nutshell
The IEMT is a monitoring tool that assesses the inclusiveness of mainstream schools. It is based on international standards and adapted to the local context with qualitative & quantitative information. It is simple enough to be used by circuit supervisors