Inequality of Opportunity in Asia and the Pacific: Child Nutrition

The fourth in the series of Inequality of Opportunity in Asia and the Pacific policy papers (following Education, Decent Work, Clean Energy), this paper highlights why it is important to reduce inequalities in access to children's nutrition. It also introduces new ways of analyzing surveys to measure inequality of opportunity and to identify the shared circumstances of those “furthest behind” in 22 ESCAP member States.

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Inequality of Opportunity in Asia and the Pacific: Child Nutrition
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