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 Multidimensional Child Poverty of Ethnic Minority Children - Situation, Dynamics, and Challenges

Multidimensional Child Poverty of Ethnic Minority Children - Situation, Dynamics, and Challenges
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This report was made within the long term cooperation between UNICEF Viet Nam to the Ethnic Miniority Policies Management Board Committee for Ethnic Minority Affrairs (CEMA) in 2014. We would like to thank the research team from IRC Development Research and Consulting (IRC Consulting) (include Dr. Pham Thai Hung – team leader, Hoang Xuan Trung, Pham Quang, Hung, and Le Thi Thu Trang, with support from Pham Thi Thuy Chi, Le Nguyen Quynh Chang, Nguyen Dinh Tuan, and Nguyen Thi Thao, and Do Thu Thuy). Many comments were made to earlier drafts of this Report, especially those from Ms. Be Thi Hong Van , Ms. Tran Chi Mai, and Ms. Nguyen Thu Thao (CEMA), and Ms. Nguyen Thi Van Anh, Ms. Yoshimi Nishino, Ms. Mizuho Okimoto and Ms. Christina Popivanova (UNICEF ), and the two independent reviewers. We would like to thank you all for sharing your comments and suggestions to improve the Report. We also thank UNICEF Vietnam for providing financial support for this study and the associated events. However, the results and recommendations of this report are of the authors’ and do not necessarily reflect the views of CEMA, UNICEF Viet Nam or any other parties.

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