Young Lives India Launch of Longitudinal Country Report Reaching the last child: Evidence from Young Lives India

New Delhi
Young Lives has been gathering longitudinal data related to childhood poverty since 2002 and in 2016 we conducted the fifth round of survey. The two cohorts that we have been following turned 15 and 22 years of age in the fifth round and we have data related to how policies and programmes have affected these millennial children. We have over 200 papers and journal articles that we have evidence on how policies related to health, household income, education, nutrition and wider social protection have impacted the lives of these children, over the last decade.

Drawing upon the quantitative and qualitative evidence gathered over the past fifteen years of the study, we have written a report entitled ‘Reaching the Last Child: Evidence from Young Lives, India’.  We are planning to hold a dissemination of the Country Report in New Delhi on July 19, 2018 in Casuarina, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi - 110 003 from 9.30 a.m -1 p.m followed by lunch.  Mr Amitabh Kant, CEO Niti Aayog will grace the event. We hope you can  join us on this occasion.

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