Young Lives in India: An international study of childhood poverty. Key findings.

Abstract

Young Lives in India is being carried out in the state of Andhra Pradesh, where it has been following two groups of children: 2,000 children who were born in 2001/2 and 1,000 children who were born in 1994/95. The children were selected from 20 sites. Between the two rounds of survey in 2002 and 2006, the attrition rate across the whole sample was only 0.9%, which is very low for a study of this size. This report summarises preliminary key findings from the country report of the second round of quantitative research.

Citation

Young Lives, Department of International Development at the University of Oxford, UK. 2 pp.

Young Lives in India: An international study of childhood poverty. Key findings.

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