Designing Appropriate Social Protection Programs To Address The Needs Of The Poor:
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Designing Appropriate Social Protection Programs To Address The Needs Of The Poor: A Case Study Of Ghana
The concept and practice of social protection has gained prominence over the last decade in developing countries. This rise to prominence has led to growing consensus around the globe that social protection constitutes an effective response to the issues of poverty, deprivation, risk and vulnerability in developing countries, and serves as a condicio sine qua non component of economic and social development strategies. It is against this backdrop that policy design and implementation of social protection programs have equally become significant in the discourse of development. This paper situates social protection in the Ghana context as constituting an effective response to the issue of povDownloadViews: 101

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