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  • CSPS' first e-newsletter

    We are excited to share the first edition of our e-newsletter which provides a forum for us to exchange insightful information and celebrate the accomplishments of our students and faculty.

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  • CSPS Webinar on "Using the School Feeding Programme as a Social Intervention to Reduce Child Marriage Prevalence Rates in Ghana."

    The government of Ghana introduced the school feeding programme in the public basic schools in 2005 as a social intervention programme aimed at improving learning outcomes. Among other things, the programme seeks to enhance food security, reduce hunger in schools and subsequently improve school enrolment rates. Studies assessing the returns of the programme show different outcomes of interest. One of the interesting impacts of the intervention is on child marriage – a key sociocultural problem that affects education attainment in the country.

  • Upcoming CSPS Webinars

    📢 Exciting News! Join us via Zoom for our upcoming webinars every other Thursday to learn from social policy Researchers and Practitioners and engage in meaningful discussions.

  • Arresting The Dollar: Political Rhetoric Or Economic Reality?

    Join Dr George Domfe, a Development Economist and Senior Research Fellow at CSPS, and other panelists for an important discussion this Thursday at 10 am.

  • "CSPS contributes to the policy content of political party manifestos"

    Dr Emmanuel Kumi, who recently authored a report with STAR-Ghana Foundation on influencing political party manifestos, represented CSPS at a meeting with the NDC Manifesto Committee on Monday, 13th May 2024, along with representatives from 35 other civil society organizations including West Africa Civil Society Institute (WACSI). The meeting was to present ideas and recommendations on local philanthropy as a tool for sustainable development in Ghana.