Technical Note 23. Surveying Siblings: The case for tracking brothers and sisters of Young Lives Index Children in Round 4 and Beyond

Abstract

This note sets out the arguments for extending the sibling cross-section collected in Young Lives Round 3 (2009) to a panel in Rounds 4 and 5. It is a non-technical synthesis of two background notes from an economic and health perspective1, with some additional information and arguments. We point out three main gains in terms of content from collecting the panel of sibling data, as well as noting that extending the amount of information collected would considerably add value. Finally, without making calculations we assert that collecting sibling data would be a relatively low-cost addition to the existing survey.

Citation

Porter, C.; Sanchez, A.; Nair, M. Technical Note 23. Surveying Siblings: The case for tracking brothers and sistersof Young Lives Index Children in Round 4 and Beyond. Young Lives, Department of International Development at the University of Oxford, Oxford, UK (2012) 18 pp.

Technical Note 23. Surveying Siblings: The case for tracking brothers and sisters of Young Lives Index Children in Round 4 and Beyond

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