Working Paper 33. Childhood Poverty, Basic Services and Cumulative Disadvantage: An international comparative analysis

Abstract

The aim of this paper is to explore patterns in access to multiple basic services among children living in poverty by drawing on a sample of over 8,000 children in four developing countries - Ethiopia, India, Peru and Vietnam - participating in the longitudinal Young Lives (YL) project on childhood poverty.

Citation

Lyytikainen, M.; Huttly, S.; Abramsky, T.; Jones, N. Working Paper 33. Childhood Poverty, Basic Services and Cumulative Disadvantage: An international comparative analysis. (2006) 38 pp.

Working Paper 33. Childhood Poverty, Basic Services and Cumulative Disadvantage: An international comparative analysis

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