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Improving the targeting of social programs in Ghana / edited by Quentin Wodon
Washington D.C. : World Bank, c2012
book jacket
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 3rd Floor  HV41 .I4277 2012    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Social work administration -- Ghana
Subject Ghana -- Economic policy -- 21st century
Ghana -- Social conditions
Physical Description x, 163 p. : ill., maps ; 26 cm
Note "A World Bank Study"--t.p
Includes bibliographical references (p.159-163) and index
Contents Abstract -- Acknowledgments -- Improving targeting in Ghana: a brief overview -- Synthesis of the study -- How well targeted are Ghana's social programs? -- Analysis by social program -- Principles of targeting : a brief review -- Poverty map -- Food insecurity map -- Geographic impact of higher food prices -- School uniforms -- Conditional cash transfers for education -- Tax cuts for rice and fertilizer subsidies -- Electricity subsidies -- Benefit incidence of public education spending -- School lunches -- National health insurance scheme -- Livelihood empowerment against poverty -- National youth employment program -- Labor intensive public works -- References -- List of tables
Alternate Author Wodon, Quentin

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