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Cash Transfers and Child Nutrition: What we know and what we need to know
This paper aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the impacts of cash transfer programmes on the immediate and underlying determinants of child nutrition, ...
Child Mortality and Injury in Asia: An overview
Special Series on Child Injury no. 1. This paper presents an overview of the IRC Child Injury Series, a working paper series on child injury ...
Child Mortality and Injury in Asia: Policy and programme implications
Special Series on Child Injury no.4 This paper presents a summary of the findings of the national and sub-national surveys and discusses ...
Child Mortality and Injury in Asia: Survey methods
Special Series on Child Injury no.2 This paper presents a more detailed description of the survey methodology for technical specialists ...
Child Mortality and Injury in Asia: Survey results and evidence
Special Series on Child Injury no.3 This paper presents a detailed description of the survey results which were introduced in the Overview ...
Des services de base pour tous?
Il y a un déséquilibre de 80 milliards de dollars par an entre ce qui est dépensé et ce qui devrait l'être pour garantir l'accès universel aux services ...
Exploring Alternative Approaches to Combating Child Labour: Case studies from developing countries
Is there Catch-Up Growth? Evidence from Three Continents
The ability to correct deficiencies in early childhood malnutrition, what is known as catch-up growth, has widespread consequences for economic and social ...
Mortality as an Indicator of Economic Success and Failure
Amartya Sen, the Nobel economist, explains why mortality should, or could, be an indicator of economic success. While mortality is not in itself an economic ...
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