Children, Adolescence & Youth

August, 2019 | Maudita Dwi Anbarani, Veto Tyas Indrio, Rezanti Putri Pramana, Hafiz Arfyanto

  

February, 2019 | Elza Elmira, Asep Kurniawan, Mayang Rizky, Maudita Dwi Anbarani, Ridho Al Izzati , Ruhmaniyati
August, 2017 | Cecilia Marlina

 

Research Highlight

The research founds that children, regardless of their age and wealth level, are vulnerable to multidimensional deprivation. Poor children are indeed more likely to deprived; however, better financial conditions do not guarantee that non-poor children will be free from deprivation. Evidence shows that some children from nonpoor households also face barriers in accessing existing infrastructure and services.

 

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May, 2017 | Emmy Hermanus, Michelle Andrina, Ulfah Alifia, Nurmala Selly Saputri, Rezanti Putri Pramana, Ridho Al Izzati

 

Objectives

 

 

Research Area

Data will be collected across 20 villages in three sub-districts (Karang Terangah, Campaka, and Naringgul) in Cianjur district, West Java Province, Indonesia. These sub-districts include rural and urban/peri-urban communities.

 

Methodology and Data

 

August, 2016 | Joseph Natanael Marshan, Cecilia Marlina, Hafiz Arfyanto, Veto Tyas Indrio, Rezanti Putri Pramana, Elza Elmira

 

Research Area

The study will be conducted in two districts—one in East Java Province, and the other in West Nusa Tenggara Province. The sample districts are selected purposefully through ongoing consultation with stakeholders (government at provincial, district, and kecamatan level, NGOs, and the members of ECLT) after taking into account the land area and type of tobacco farming and the profile of child labor at the district level.

 

Methodology and Data

 

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