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Child well-being in Ghana
The people's perspective
AD694: Youth priorities in Ghana: Economy and employment take center stage
Young citizens are more educated, less employed, and less politically engaged than their elders.
AD661: Ghanaians support media’s watchdog role but are sceptical of news sources
Fewer than half of citizens trust information from private or state-owned outlets.
AD623: Ghanaians split on free senior high school policy
About half say the programme should have targeted only the poor.
AD616: Ghanaians look to one another and government for action to protect the environment
Most want tighter regulation of the natural resource extraction industry.
AD605: Ghanaians condemn physical discipline, see gender-based violence as a criminal matter
Ghanaians condemn physical discipline, see gender-based violence as a criminal matter.
AD596: Child welfare in Ghana: Citizens say government is not doing enough
Fewer than half of citizens say resources to help vulnerable children are available in their community.
AD591: Ghanaians applaud government’s response to COVID-19 but urge greater emergency preparedness
A majority of citizens say pandemic relief assistance was not distributed fairly.
AD573: Amid persistent gender inequalities, Ghanaians call for government action to bridge the gaps
Women still trail men in educational attainment, ownership of key assets, financial autonomy, and political leadership.
Ghana climate change country card
The people's perspective on climate change in Ghana.
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