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See detailEconomic development, weather shocks and child marriage in South Asia: A machine learning approach
Dietrich, Stephan; Meysonnat, Aline; Rosales, Francisco et al

E-print/Working paper (2021)

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See detailSystematic approaches to social protection
de Neubourg, Chris; Cebotari, Victor UL; Karpati, Julia

in Schüring, Esther; Loewe, Markus (Eds.) Handbook of Social Protection Systems (2021)

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See detailInternal and international parental migration and the living conditions of children in Ghana
Cebotari, Victor UL; Dito, Bilisuma

in Children and Youth Services Review (2021), 121(February), 105821

Relatively little is known about the effects of parental migration on the living conditions of children who stay behind. Using survey data collected in 2010 from Ghanaian school children (11–18 years; N ... [more ▼]

Relatively little is known about the effects of parental migration on the living conditions of children who stay behind. Using survey data collected in 2010 from Ghanaian school children (11–18 years; N = 2100), this study investigates variations in children’s durable goods and private utilities when parents migrate internally or internationally compared to a control group of children who live with their parents. The study also investigates whether the effects are contingent upon the marital situation of the parents. The findings show that parental migration is not associated with poorer living conditions for Ghanaian children. Rather, specific factors, such as parental divorce, internal migration and the gender of the child, influence whether children experience a decline in their living conditions when parents migrate. [less ▲]

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See detailPrimary and secondary impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on children in Ghana
Karpati, Julia; Elezaj, Erëblina; Cebotari, Victor UL et al

Report (2021)

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See detailA Robustness Check to Multiple Overlapping Deprivation Analysis (MODA) Methodology: The Case of Nigeria
Fagbeja, Teju; Cebotari, Victor UL

E-print/Working paper (2021)

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See detailSchool-Related Violence in Latin America and the Caribbean: Building an Evidence Base for Stronger Schools
Chávez, Cirenia; Cebotari, Victor UL; José Benítez, Maria et al

E-print/Working paper (2021)

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See detailSupporting Families and Children Beyond COVID-19: Social protection in high-income countries
Richardson, Dominic; Carraro, Alessandro; Cebotari, Victor UL et al

Report (2020)

COVID-19 constitutes the greatest crisis that high-income countries have seen in many generations. While many high-income countries experienced the global financial crisis of 2007–2008, or have had ... [more ▼]

COVID-19 constitutes the greatest crisis that high-income countries have seen in many generations. While many high-income countries experienced the global financial crisis of 2007–2008, or have had national recessions, the COVID-19 pandemic is much more than that. COVID-19 is a social and economic crisis, sparked by a protracted health crisis. High-income countries have very limited experience of dealing with health crises, having their health and human services stretched beyond capacity, restricting the travel of their populations or having to close workplaces and schools – let alone experience of all of these things combined. These unique conditions create new and serious challenges for the economies and societies of all high-income countries. As these challenges evolve, children – as dependants – are among those at greatest risk of seeing their living standards fall and their personal well-being decline. This new UNICEF Innocenti report explores how the social and economic impact of the pandemic is likely to affect children; the initial government responses to the crisis; and how future public policies could be optimized to better support children. [less ▲]

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See detailMigration, remittances, and child education in Ghana. Evidence from a longitudinal study
Cebotari, Victor UL

in Konte, Maty; Linguère Mously, Mbaye (Eds.) Migration, Remittances, and Sustainable Development in Africa (2020)

Evidence on the time-varying effects of migration, remittances, and child education in African contexts remains scarce. This study employs panel data to examine educational outcomes – school enjoyment ... [more ▼]

Evidence on the time-varying effects of migration, remittances, and child education in African contexts remains scarce. This study employs panel data to examine educational outcomes – school enjoyment, and class ranking – of children whose parents migrated internally or internationally and who received in-kind remittances, monetary remittances, or both. The data were collected in 2013, 2014, and 2015 on a panel of school-going children and youths aged from 12 to 21 in two urban areas with high out-migration rates in Ghana: Kumasi and Sunyani (N = 741). The panel includes children of both migrant and non-migrant parents. Results indicate dynamic patterns of sending remittances over years, with preferences converging toward sending both in-kind and monetary remittances by internal and international migrant parents. Overall, the education of children benefits when they receive both in-kind and monetary remittances. The positive effects are further enhanced when remittances are directly invested in child education. The absence of remittances has more negative effects on child education, especially for girls. This study gives a more nuanced understanding of the dynamic and intertwined associations between parental migration, remittances, and the education of children in transnational families. [less ▲]

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See detailPrimary and Secondary Impacts of COVID-19 on Children and Women in Ghana
Karpati, Julia; Elezaj, Erëblina; Safojan, Romina et al

Report (2020)

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See detailHow will COVID-19 disrupt child well-being in Southern and Eastern Europe and Central Asia?
Carraro, Alessandro; Cebotari, Victor UL

Article for general public (2020)

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See detailSupporting Families and Children Beyond COVID-19: Social protection in Southern and Eastern Europe and Central Asia
Richardson, Dominic; Cebotari, Victor UL; Carraro, Alessandro et al

Report (2020)

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See detailWhat makes internationally-financed climate change adaptation projects focus on local communities? A configurational analysis of 30 Adaptation Fund projects
Manuamorn, Ornsaran Pomme; Biesbroek, Robbert; Cebotari, Victor UL

in Global Environmental Change (2020), 61(March), 102035

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See detailWomen’s Empowerment and Child Wellbeing in Ethiopia
Cebotari, Victor UL; Ramful, Nesha; Elezaj, Erëblina et al

Report (2020)

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See detailChanging Trends in Gender Equality in Ethiopia
Elezaj, Erëblina; Cebotari, Victor UL; Ramful, Nesha et al

Report (2020)

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See detailGender Equality, Women’s Empowerment and Child Wellbeing in Ethiopia
Elezaj, Erëblina; Ramful, Nesha; Cebotari, Victor UL et al

Report (2019)

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See detailMultidimensional child poverty in the Kingdom of Eswatini
Neubourg, Chris De; Cebotari, Victor UL; Ramful, Nesha et al

Report (2018)

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See detailExperiences of migration, parent–child interaction, and the life satisfaction of children in Ghana and China
Wu, Qiaobing; Cebotari, Victor UL

in Population Space and Place (2018), 24(7), 2160

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See detailChild Poverty in Lesotho: Understanding the Extent of Multitple Overlapping Deprivation
Neubourg, Chris De; Cebotari, Victor UL; Ramful, Nesha et al

Report (2018)

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See detailMultidimensional child poverty analyses and child-sensitive social protection
Neubourg, Chris De; Boon, Liên; Cebotari, Victor UL et al

in Policy in Focus (2018), 15(3), 13-16

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