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GNHR data shows most households in Upper East are poor

Data from the Ghana National Household Registry (GNHR) has revealed that whilst 28 percent of households in the Upper East Region are extremely poor, 37 percent were poor with 35 percent being...

Household registration ends in Upper East Region

The Ghana National Household Registry (GNHR), under the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection (MoGCSP) has ended its 38 days registration exercise in the Upper East Region. The exercise which started on February 19, and ended ....

GNHR held a data dissemination workshop in Bolgatanga

The Ghana National Household Registry successfully completed their data collection exercise in the Upper East Region in May, 2018. The registration exercise involves the collection of information on the composition and socio-economic characteristics of households. The data has been analyzed and is

National Household Registry Targets 210,000 Households In Upper East

The Ghana National Households Registry (GNHR) has targeted a total of 210, 000 households across the Upper East Region to be registered by the end of March 2018. The household registration in the Upper East Region is expected to begin on February 26, 2018. Before the actual registration commences ....Read More

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Data Collection For Household Registry Launched In Upper West

The programme is to establish a single national household register and a database of poor and vulnerable households to facilitate easy access to the database by social protection programmes. Nana Oye Lithur, Minister of MoGCSP, who announced this in Accra said ......

Assemblies tasked to ensure household registry exercise goes on

The exercise, which is expected to be replicated nationwide after the successful implementation of the exercise in the three northern regions, would be a registry of all households in Ghana. Mr Robert E. Austin, the National Coordinator of the Ghana Social Opportunities Project (GSOP), who said thi...Read More