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The impact of parental death on child outcomes: evidence from Ethiopia

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Young Lives Policy Brief 7
Abstract:

Parental death is one of the many risks faced by children in poor communities, especially in Africa in the context of the HIV/AIDS pandemic. While the death of a parent at any age is a significant and distressing event, Young Lives research in Ethiopia finds that the age the child is when a parent dies is important for outcomes later on. If a parent dies early on in a child’s life (between ages 0 and 6) then the death per se does not seem to affect children’s health, education, sense of optim...

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University of Oxford
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Young Lives
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University of Oxford
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Laura Camfield
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Rozana Himaz
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Helen Murray
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Young Lives Publisher's website
Series:
Young Lives Policy Briefs
Publication date:
2009-01-01
URN:
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