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 Y
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