Publications

Publications
Futures on the Line: Yemen’s Children Missing an Education

This study analyses the impact of the armed conflict on education in Yemen. The conflict has resulted in the damage, occupation or closure of 1,600 schools, months of interrupted education for 1.8...

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Ending malnutrition for every last child in Zambia

40% of children under five years old in Zambia are stunted....

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Ending malnutrition for every last child in Vietnam

Poverty in Vietnam has declined steeply since 1993, but these improvements have not been even. Minority ethnic groups are being left behind: over half of these children aged 5 to 12 suffer from...

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Ending malnutrition for every last child in Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone has made impressive progress in improving children’s nutrition since 2010. But nearly 30% of children are still stunted, especially in certain northern and eastern districts. Sierra...

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Ending malnutrition for every last child in Nigeria

Nigeria has the second-largest economy in Africa, yet its benefits have not been shared fairly. Over half of Nigeria’s poorest children are stunted, including 54% of all children in the country’s...

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Ending malnutrition for every last child in Nepal

Nepal’s progress in reducing malnutrition has not been inclusive and many disadvantaged groups lag behind....

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Ending malnutrition for every last child in Myanmar

While stunting in Myanmar is widespread, it is especially prevalent among children from poor, rural households. And it is even worse for children in areas of ethnic or religious conflict. Children...

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Ending malnutrition for every last child in Kenya

In Kenya, the rates of malnutrition remain unacceptably high - 26% of children are too short for their age (stunted), 4% too thin (wasted) and 11% underweight. ...

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Ending malnutrition for every last child in Indonesia

Despite some progress, 37.2% of children under five are chronically undernourished in Indonesia. The situation is worse and reachs 48% of children under five in the lowest wealth quintile....

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Ending malnutrition for every last child in Honduras

48% of under-fives in the department of Intibucá have chronic malnutrition. Underfunded local health services and the high cost of travel to the capital mean the nutrition of Honduran children is...

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Ending malnutrition for every last child in Guatemala

Almost 50% of children under the age of five in Guatemala are malnourished. State structures favour a small section of the population and disadvantage the majority, with the indigenous populations...

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Ending malnutrition for every last child in Cambodia

One out of three children under five is chronically undernourished in Cambodia. Despite achieving impressive economic growth since the mid-1990s and making significant progress in reducing national...

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