This article in the New Indian Express starts from findings from the fifth survey round in India to explore education status of Young Lives children and beyond.
Drawing on results of the fifth round of the Young LIves survey in India, this article in The India Saga highlights that, despite significant economic growth since the start of the study in 2002, malnutrition remains significant.
This article by Vipul Vivek explores when and why children discontinue education, drawing on findings from a Young Lives working paper titled 'Diverging Pathways: When and Why Children Discontinue Education in India' by Renu Singh and Protap Mukherjee, available
Reuters reports on a Supreme Court ruling in India on underage sexual relations within a marriage.
In this article, editor Rebecca Ratcliffe (Global Development, The Guardian online) draws on findings from the Kno
As part of The Guardian online's Global Development First 1000 days focus, editor Lucy Lamble featured Young Lives nutrition research and findings that
The number of underage girls being married off in India’s urban areas is rising, according to a joint report from the National Commission for the Protection of Child Rights and Young Lives.
In this blog Paul Dornan of Young Lives and Frances Mason of Save the Children describe some of their discussions around nutrition during adolescence.
In this blog for the Global Education Monitoring Report, Young Lives education researcher Jack Rossiter describes recent ECD approaches in Ethiopia and highlights that w
This article by Times Higher Education, highlights recent research from Cambridge’s Faculty of Education, which shows educational inequalities concerning poverty are far greater than those regardin