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Children are at the heart of Central Asian culture. Two out of every five inhabitants of the region are aged under 18. Yet relatively little has been written about the impact of recent political economic and social change on their welfare.

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Jane Falkingham
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The paper outlines the goals, organization and methodology of one of the most authoritative attempts to monitor the situation of children and women in countries undergoing rapid social and economic change. UNICEF's MONEE project has been gathering and sharing this unique information since 1992 covering the transition countries of Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States.

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Gaspar Fajth
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Målfrid Grude Flekkoy
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This is the report on an inter-agency workshop convened by the Education Cluster of UNICEF New York. The meeting undertook a detailed analysis of three accepted strategies: parent education, community partnerships and linkages with programmes for vulnerable children.

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Cassie Landers; Pascale Fuertes; Cyril Dalais
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Målfrid Grude Flekkoy
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This paper looks at how state family support policies have fared in nine of the countries that have undergone the transition to the free-market economy. It asks whether such positives as did exist prior to 1989 have survived to benefit the children of today.

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Gaspar Fajth
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The differences in income distribution between market and planned economies are considered. The picture during transition, like that under socialism, is varied. Russia has experienced very sharp increases in measured inequality while the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland have seen more modest rises.

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John Flemming; John Micklewright
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Miroslav Hirsl; Jiri Rusnok; Martin Fassmann
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The birth of the Sudanese National Programme of Action took place in an adverse context characterised by economic isolation and frequent situations of chronic emergency. This paper chronicles the country’s experience of the subsequent ‘decentralisation’ of the programme.

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Tarique Farooqui; Anupama Rao Singh
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