Mr. Richard, national programme officer, Adjetey national social protection strategy (NSPS) said the offices, departments, agencies (MDAs) to implement regulations under the memorandum of understanding signed between them (opened MoU), the Ministry of employment and Social Affairs.

Is to provide connections to complete the project beneficiaries are the support of leap year.

MDAs are to ensure that all beneficiaries are automatically entitled to benefit from the complementary services to facilitate the access of social services, social activities and earn income families empowered.

Addressing the opening session of the workshop to sensitise journalists on NSPS, Mr. Adjetey said today the Ministry of education are mixed MDAs, Ministry of health.

They are supposed to provide social services beneficiaries are the Ministry of food interventions, agriculture and the Ministry of women’s and children’s Affairs to provide income-earning interventions.

He explained that these improve the status and living conditions of the poor and vulnerable groups as well as extreme strengthen inter-agency collaboration on interventions pro poor.

The Health Ministry said Adjetey Mr. 42,906 registered members of the household, while the Ministry of education was jump distributed free school uniforms to children in areas of 1,583,000 deprived childhood free exercise books for children 39,936,119 in schools.

Ministry of agriculture and food has so far reached seven areas or 1,200 farmers better promote livestock, sheep, chicken, goats 181 farmers 437 distributed it 200 four areas, pigs 563 also provided 34,234 tons of fertilisers to farmers.

He said the Government was to reduce poverty, vulnerability, exclusion, improve the living conditions of all Ghanaians.

However, Mr. Adjetey noted of the MDA was still much to do to ensure that all interventions to support families enjoyed the better cash grant they received each month of the leap year in other project.

He pointed out the project was covered with 68,000 households in the governorates of 100 but is expected to cover over 165,000 families.

By Ekow Quandzie/ghanabusinessnews.com

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