The research consortium Social health protection in Ghana and Kenya (full title: Social Health Policies for Inclusive Growth in Ghana and Kenya SHPIG) launched a logo and a website, which provides up-to-date information on the project, its partners, and a publication and twitter feed as well as a possibility to subscribe to updates.

The project aims to develop new strategic knowledge on the effectiveness of cash transfer programmes and social health protection policies in Ghana and Kenya.

Please visit the website here.

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