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Election 2024: Reimagining the fight against multidimensional poverty

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The Ghana Statistical Services’ (GSS) recent report on multidimensional poverty in Ghana showed that, a little over seven million (7,317,555) or twenty-four percent (24%) Ghanaians are multidimensionally poor. Measuring poverty this way gives a comprehensive picture of the extent of deprivation faced by Ghanaians. Multidimensional poverty looks at three key areas – education, health, and standard of living, across twelve indicators.

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