UNICEF Social Inclusion, Policy and Budgeting

Childhood Poverty, Basic Services and Cumulative Disadvantage: An International Comparative Analysis

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AUTHOR Minna Lyytikainen, Nicola Jones, Sharon Huttly and Tanya Abramsky
ORGANIZATION Young Lives
TYPE Working Paper
DATE 2005
TOPIC Child poverty and disparities
LANGUAGE English
ABSTRACT

This paper is one of a series of working papers published by the Young Lives Project, an innovative longitudinal study of childhood poverty in Ethiopia, India, Peru and Vietnam. Between 2002 and 2015, some 2000 children in each country are being tracked and surveyed at 3-4 year intervals from when they are 1 until 14 years of age. Also, 1000 older children in each country are being followed from when they are aged 8 years.  

 


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