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This work provides context-specific, empirical revelations about the challenges of policy implementation in Africa.
It critically examines the social milieu under which the Livelihood Empowerment Against Poverty (LEAP)programme was incubated as a social protection and poverty reduction measure to cater for the needs of the pro-poor in Ghanaian society.
Despite the popular claim that this programme is good and must be sustained, empirical evidence gathered at street-level (district-level) shows that the LEAP programme is bedeviled with numerous implementation and monitoring challenges which collectively hinder the attainment of the desired objectives of the programme.
Saibu Mutaru was born on 28th February 1979 at Gambaga in Northern Ghana.
After his secondary education at Kumbungu, he proceeded to Bagabaga Training College where he was trained as a teacher in 2002.
In 2007, he obtained a First Class degree in Sociology from University of Ghana.
He currently holds a Master of Science degree from Edinburgh,UK
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