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10 Excellent Comments
I like this platform...easy to use and report incidents around policies. LEAP money should be increased. the current amount is a joke
I can see this project has ended but it will be good to incorporate some of the lessons learnt from it into the planting for food and jobs policy
Great to hear that gov't intends to expand this programme to get more poor pple covered
Contracts under school feeding should be open and public to fight corruption. Prez look into it please
10 Good Comments
This LEAP thing is good but gov't shd be serious in implemnting other programmes that will give people jobs.
LEAP is a good idea but must be redesigned to wean the poor off the programme after a couple of years. they should not be made to depend on the state for the rest of their lives.
This is a very good project and need to extend to all social intervention policies
So far so good with school feeding...there should be monitoring everywere
26 Neutral Comments
About time the programme is extended to all schools including private schools...we all pay taxes as Ghanaians
Contracts to caterers shd be made open and not linked to political affiliations.
Private schools also deserve to be placed under the sch feeding prog. thier parents also pay taxes
head porters (Kayayei), hawkers, beggars persons with disabilities, persons with mental health problems, families on the streets, displaced persons should all qualify under leap
21 Bad Comments
When school feeding programme contracts are awarded political party supporters, we end up having caterers who are not qualified leading to the children being served with poor quality foods...brings about corruption
LEAP creates laziness and dependency
I dont agree that victims of national disasters should be added to the LEAP programme. Are those victims also going to be taken through the same selection criteria? Why cant the government compensate them once and for all like it is done with all disaster victims? This will only increase the wage burden on gov't
Gov't should seriously consider increasing the LEAP payouts to ensure decent living for the beneficiaries so they can participate in public life.