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Improving Early Childhood Development in Rural Ghana Through Scalable Community-Run Play Schemes: Programme Impact Evaluation Report

Orazio Attanasio, Bet Caeyers, Sarah Cattan, Lina Cardona Sosa, Sonya Krutikova, Peter Leighton, Salifu Amadu and Mubarik Yakubu
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This report presents the main findings of the project “Improving early childhood development in rural Ghana through scalable low-cost community-run play schemes''. The project is run in collaboration between The Institute for Fiscal Studies (UK), Lively Minds (UK, Ghana) and Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA, Ghana), and is funded by the Jacobs Foundation and Global Innovation Fund (GIF).

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