The Young Lives study, which began in 2002, is an innovative long-term project investigating the changing nature of childhood poverty in four developing countries. The purpose of the project is to improve understanding of the causes and consequences of childhood poverty and examine how policies affect children's well-being, in order to inform the development of future policy and to target child welfare interventions more effectively. The study is being conducted in Ethiopia, India (in the Andhra Pradesh state), Peru and Vietnam. It is sponsored by the Department for International Development and conducted by the Young Lives team based at the University of Oxford.
GN 33379 | Young Lives: an International Study of Childhood Poverty
Young Lives: Rounds 1 and 2, 2002-2006: Ethiopia: Teaching Dataset (SN 6563)
Quarterly Labour Force Survey and Annual Population Survey: Local Authority/Unitary Authority Pre-2009 Syntax (SN 7384)
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