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The interaction of public assets, private assets and community characteristics and its effect on early childhood height-for-age in Peru

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Child health, particularly long-term nutritional status, is closely related to the characteristics of families, communities and children, including level of education and access to public services,. Public policy has a crucial role in increasing the likelihood that a child can access high quality health-care and other services that affect health status. Access to these public services, however, may have different effects depending on community and family characteristics, particularly the educ...

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GRADE, Peru
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Young Lives
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GRADE, Peru
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GRADE, Peru
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London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
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Instituto de Investigación Nutricional, Peru
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Javier Escobal
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Jaime Saavedra
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Pablo Suárez
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Sharon Huttly
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Mary Penny
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Publication date:
2005-01-01
URN:
uuid:a1bf2eb7-20c1-4c58-b7b8-4938c0657a02
Local pid:
ora:1581
ISBN:
1-904427-15-4

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