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Childhood poverty, basic services and cumulative disadvantage

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an international comparative analysis
Abstract:

Much of the work done by governments and donors to help children living in poverty either focuses only on health and education or considers children as a ‘special interest group.’ A holistic approach to children’s well-being, however, requires multi-sectoral and inter-generational strategies to address childhood poverty. Understanding the cumulative nature of disadvantage and the benefits of multi-sectoral approaches is crucial for any strategy aiming to combat poverty. The paper explores pa...

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Institution:
Save the Children, UK
Research group:
Young Lives
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Institution:
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
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Young Lives
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Institution:
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
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Young Lives
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Institution:
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
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Young Lives
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Minna Lyytikäinen
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Nicola Jones
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Huttly Sharon
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Funding agency for:
Tanya Abramsky
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Working Paper
Publication date:
2006
URN:
uuid:35e45205-966b-4f35-9f77-9fcb675ca282
Local pid:
ora:1600
ISBN:
1-904427-34-0

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