Case StudyGovernment

Enabling Cash Transfers To Poor Households In Ghana

By February 10, 2020 No Comments

Livelihood Empowerment Against Poverty (LEAP) is a cash transfer program to empower the extremely poor, disadvantaged and vulnerable populations to “leap” out of poverty. The program aims at fostering long-term human capital development through the increase of consumption and the promotion of access to services and opportunities among the extreme poor and vulnerable in Ghana.

Insyt has been the backbone technology for LEAP’s targeting process. This technology helped UNICEF and its partners to replace paper-and-pen data collection method with Android tablets.

Insyt helped LEAP reduce data collection process time from 2 weeks to 4 days, achieving a remarkable data quality score of 100% at first submission.

A customized system was developed for the LEAP project including:

  • Software development for mobile data collection
  • Customized reporting dashboard
  • Quality assurance
  • Transfer of data to central servers at LEAP Management Secretariat
  • Field deployment and supervision of 1,443 enumerators for data collection
  • Public awareness campaigns
  • Project:
    Livelihood Empowerment Against Poverty [LEAP]

    Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection [Ghana]

    2,850,255 Individuals Surveyed

    708,232 Households Surveyed

    2000+ Field Agents Deployed

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