The GSPD, therefore, called on the various agencies in the districts responsible for the programme to intensify the monitoring activities of the programme to ensure its success.
According to the GSPD, the land tenure system being practiced could affect the effectiveness of the PFJs programme.
The GSPD also expressed worry about the exclusion of animal rearing and other food crops from the PFJs for both 2017/2018 season, which according to the society, presents limited options especially for persons with disabilities.
On the back of the identified challenges in the implementation of the PFJs, the GSPD recommended that the Ministry of Food and Agriculture should prioritise the inclusion of persons with disabilities in the implementation of the PFJs.
The GSPD suggested that at least 5% of the beneficiaries for both the PFJs and the Rearing for Food and Jobs should be reserved for persons with disabilities; which according to the society will address gender and social inclusion gaps in the programmes.
The GSPD again suggested that the National Commission on Civic Education, (NCCE) the Information Services Department, (ISD), Radio/TV stations supported by the PFJs Secretariat and the MoFA, should step up publicity and campaign for the programme.