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    Evaluating the impact of closing a community managed schools programme in El Salvador

    International Initiative for Impact Evaluation, 2015
    School-based management (SBM) is considered a low-cost way of making public spending on education more efficient by increasing the accountability of the agents and empowering clients to improve learning outcomes. By putting power in the hands of the end users, SBM can lead to better school management that is more responsive to the needs of end users.
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    Children of the Millennium: Growing up with the MDGs

    Young Lives, 2015
    Huge optimism surrounded the global commitment at the turn of the century to the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Many of the goals related to children and childhood, including ending poverty and hunger, expanding enrolment in primary education, and improving access to clean water and sanitation.
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    Thinking outside the box: exploring the critical roles of sports, arts, and culture in preventing violent extremism

    Hedayah, 2015
    Unlike traditional law-enforcement and military responses to terrorism and conflict, countering violent extremism (CVE) efforts take a preventive approach aimed at reducing the appeal and recruiting potential of extremist groups.
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    Innocence lost: child marriage in a global context, with a focus on Malawi

    KidsRights Foundation, 2014
    Malawi has the eighth highest rate of child marriage in the world, with over half of girls marrying under the age of 18. It is one of the world’s poorest countries, with 61% of the population living below the poverty line.
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    Minors not miners: hazardous child labour, with a focus on gold mining in Burkina Faso

    KidsRights Foundation, 2014
    An estimated 115 million children from 5 to 17 years old work in hazardous conditions across the world. The ILO estimates that some 22,000 children are killed at work every year. Those who survive can develop health problems later in life due to poor working conditions while their bodies and minds are still growing and developing.
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    Behind closed doors: child domestic labour, with a focus on the Kamlari system in Nepal

    KidsRights Foundation, 2014
    In 2000, Nepal abolished the Kamaiya system of bonded agricultural labour, where families of the low-status Tharu tribe would be put to work to pay the never-ending interest on historical debts.
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    No small sacrifice: child sacrifice in Uganda, in a global context of cultural violence

    KidsRights Foundation, 2014
    Every week, children in Uganda disappear when parents aren’t watching. Later, children are found dead or alive, with blood or body parts missing. In many of these cases, parts were removed by witch doctors when the children were still alive, in a ceremonial ritual of sacrifice.
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    KidsRights Index

    KidsRights Foundation, 2015
    The KidsRights Index is the first annually available global ranking on how countries world-wide are adhering to children’s rights. The Index is the global measurement tool that assesses the observance of rights of the child included in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child in all countries in the world for which data is available.
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    KidsRights Foundation

    KidsRights promotes the wellbeing of very vulnerable children across the world and advocates the realisation of their rights.
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    Not so sweet, hazardous child labour, with a focus on cocoa plantations in Ivory Coast

    KidsRights Foundation, 2014
    Ivory Coast now accounts for 35% of the world’s cocoa production. Around 900,000 farmers grow the bean, and 3.5 million people depend on it for their livelihoods. The most recent data shows that an estimated 819,921 children worked in the 2008/2009 harvest season.

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