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Research outputs: CHILD HEALTH
2021 Passive sensing on mobile devices to improve mental health services with adolescent and young mothers in low-resource settings: the role of families in feasibility and acceptability
Passive sensor data from mobile devices can shed light on daily activities, social behavior, and maternal-child interactions to improve mate...Download this report
2021 Leaving no child behind: decomposing socioeconomic inequalities in child health for India and South Africa
The United Nations' 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development argues for the combating of health inequalities within and among countries, advo...
Current approaches to longitudinal assessment of childrens developmental and psychological well-being, as mandated in the United Nations Sus...
2020 Explaining changes in wealth inequalities in child health: the case of stunting and wasting in Nigeria
Malnutrition is a major cause of child death, and many children suffer from acute and chronic malnutrition. Nigeria has the second-highest b...Download this report