Young Lives is an innovative long-term international research project investigating the changing nature of childhood poverty. The project seeks to:
- improve understanding of the causes and consequences of childhood poverty and to examine how policies affect children’s well-being
- inform the development and implementation of future policies and practices that will reduce childhood poverty
- 2000 children in each country who were aged between 6 months and 17 months in 2002
- 1000 children in each country aged between 7.5 years old and 8.5 years old in 2002.
Latest documents from Young Lives
Parental background and child human capital development throughout childhood and adolescence: evidence from four low- and middle-income countriesA. Georgiadis / Young Lives, 2017DocumentM. Woodhead, J. Rossiter, A. Dawes, A. Pankhurst / Young Lives, 2017DocumentJ. Roest / Young Lives, 2017Document
The sooner the better but it’s never too late: the impact of nutrition at different periods of childhood on cognitive developmentA. Georgiadis / Young Lives, 2017DocumentN. Chuta / Young Lives, 2017