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Journal of Development Economics, ISSN 0304-3878, 03/2020, Volume 143, p. 102385
Numerous evaluations of conditional cash transfer (CCT) programs show positive short-term impacts, but there is only limited evidence on whether these benefits... 
Early childhood | Conditional cash transfers (CCTs) | Education | Migration | Economics and Finance | Humanities and Social Sciences
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The economic journal, ISSN 0013-0133, 2009, Volume 119, Issue 537, pp. 734 - 763
Using a longitudinal survey from rural Guatemala, we examine the effect of an early childhood nutritional intervention on adult educational outcomes. An... 
Guatemala | Bildungsabschluss | Ernährung | Gesundheitspolitik | Kind | Child nutrition | Outcomes of education | Nutrition | Adult education | Men | Reading comprehension | Childhood | Villages | Children | Fresco | SUPPLEMENTATION | MALNUTRITION | ACHIEVEMENT | MICHIGAN PANEL | IN-DIFFERENCES | HEAD-START | SAMPLE ATTRITION | ECONOMICS | LONGITUDINAL ANALYSIS | COGNITIVE-DEVELOPMENT | CHILDREN | Adults | Analysis | Dietary supplements | Food
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American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, ISSN 0002-9165, 11/2013, Volume 98, Issue 5, pp. 1170 - 1178
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American economic review, ISSN 0002-8282, 05/2013, Volume 103, Issue 3, pp. 467 - 471
It is often assumed that early life circumstances, in particular before age two, are important for later human capital development. Using experimental... 
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World Bank Research Observer, ISSN 0257-3032, 2/2019, Volume 34, Issue 1, pp. 119 - 159
Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) programs, started in the late 1990s in Latin America, have become the antipoverty program of choice in many developing... 
Economics and Finance | Humanities and Social Sciences
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The American Economic Review, ISSN 0002-8282, 5/2013, Volume 103, Issue 3, pp. 467 - 471
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Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, ISSN 1525-4135, 05/2014, Volume 66, Issue 1, p. E15
  Although the last decade has seen increased access to antiretroviral therapy across the developing world, widespread food insecurity and undernutrition... 
Antiretroviral drugs | Nutrition | Human immunodeficiency virus--HIV | Food supply
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JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, ISSN 1525-4135, 05/2014, Volume 66, Issue 1, pp. E15 - E15
Although the last decade has seen increased access to antiretroviral therapy across the developing world, widespread food insecurity and undernutrition... 
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The Journal of Development Studies, ISSN 0022-0388, 01/2010, Volume 46, Issue 1, pp. 14 - 38
This article examines the impact of a Nicaraguan conditional cash transfer programme on measures of expenditures and productive investment. Despite clear... 
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by Humphrey, Jean H and Jones, Andrew D and Manges, Amee and Mangwadu, Goldberg and Maluccio, John A and Mbuya, Mduduzi N. N and Moulton, Lawrence H and Ntozini, Robert and Prendergast, Andrew J and Stoltzfus, Rebecca J and Tielsch, James M and Chasokela, Cynthia and Chigumira, Ancikaria and Heylar, William and Hwena, Preston and Kembo, George and Majo, Florence D and Mutasa, Batsirai and Mutasa, Kuda and Rambanepasi, Philippa and Sauramba, Virginia and Tavengwa, Naume V and Van Der Keilen, Franne and Zambezi, Chipo and Chidhanguro, Dzivaidzo and Chigodora, Dorcas and Chipanga, Joseph F and Gerema, Grace and Magara, Tawanda and Mandava, Mandava and Mavhudzi, Tafadzwa and Mazhanga, Clever and Muzaradope, Grace and Mwapaura, Marian T and Phiri, Simon and Tengende, Alice and Banda, Cynthia and Chasekwa, Bernard and Chidamba, Leah and Chidawanyika, Theodore and Chikwindi, Elisha and Chingaona, Lovemore K and Chiorera, Courage K and Dandadzi, Adlight and Govha, Margaret and Gumbo, Hlanai and Gwanzura, Karen T and Kasaru, Sarudzai and Makasi, Rachel and Matsika, Alois M and Maunze, Diana and Mazarura, Exevia and Mpofu, Eddington and Mushonga, Johnson and Mushore, Tafadzwa E and Muzira, Tracey and Nembaware, Netsai and Nkiwane, Sibongile and Nyamwino, Penias and Rukobo, Sandra D and Runodamoto, Thompson and Seremwe, Shepherd and Simango, Pururudzai and Tome, Joice and Tsenesa, Blessing and Amadu, Umali and Bangira, Beauty and Chiveza, Daniel and Hove, Priscilla and Jombe, Horaiti A and Kujenga, Didymus and Madhuyu, Lenin and Mandina-Makoni, Prince and Maramba, Naume and Maregere, Betty and Marumani, Ellen and Masakadze, Elisha and Mazula, Phathisiwe and Munyanyi, Caroline and Musanhu, Grace and Mushanawani, Raymond C and Mutsando, Sibongile and Nazare, Felicia and Nyarambi, Moses and Nzuda, Wellington and Sigauke, Trylife and Solomon, Monica and Tavengwa, Tendai and Biri, Farisai and Chafanza, Misheck and Chaitezvi, Cloud and Chauke, Tsundukani and Chidzomba, Collen and Dadirai, Tawanda and Fundira, Clemence and Gambiza, Athanasios C and Godzongere, Tatenda and Kuona, Maria and Mafuratidze, Tariro and Mapurisa, Idah and ... and Sanitation Hyg Infant Nutr Efficac and Sanitation Hygiene Infant Nutrition Efficacy (SHINE) Trial Team
Clinical Infectious Diseases, ISSN 1058-4838, 12/2015, Volume 61, Issue suppl 7, pp. S685 - S702
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JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, ISSN 1525-4135, 05/2014, Volume 66, Issue 1, pp. e15 - e22
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