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This week - from 10th to 14th December, 2018 - officials from the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection (MoGCSP) have monitored the 57th cycle disbursement of cash grants to beneficiaries of the Livelihood Empowerment Against Poverty (LEAP) programme across the country.

For the sake of sustainability and effective implementation of the programme, MoGCSP considered it necessary to monitor and track the success and challenges of the payment, targeting and enrolment processes.

The bi-monthly monitoring offers MOGCSP the opportunity to sensitize beneficiaries and observe payment processes in selected LEAP implementing districts across the country.

The Livelihood Empowerment Against Poverty Programme continue to play an important role in cushioning the extreme poor in the Ghanaian society.
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Today - 11th December, 2018, the Minister for Gender, Children & Social Protection, Hon. Cynthia Mamle Morrison conducted her first Monitoring of the LEAP Cash disbursement of the 57th LEAP Cycle.

The Hon. Minister visited pay points in Agona Kwaman, Agona Bobikuma Upper & Lower communities to observe and evaluate the modality of the LEAP payment and respond to concerns raised by beneficiaries.
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The Minister for Gender, Children & Social Protection, Hon. Cynthia Mamle Morrison, launched the 'Braille Version of the GHEITI (Ghana Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative) Report' in Accra last week.
As efforts to bridge information gap, the @AfricaCentreForEnergyPolicy (ACEP) in collaboration with Oxfam-Ghana has transcribed the GHEITI (Ghana Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative) Report into Braille version that can be used by the visually impaired to access information and also take advantage of opportunities in the sector.

The aim is to mainstream inclusiveness into providing information for the physically challenged, particularly the blind who were almost obviously cut out as far as the discussions of the extractive industry is concerned.
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