Young Lives Peru 2017-2018

Areas : Education and learning, Poverty and equality, Health and nutrition
Researcher/s in charge : Santiago Cueto, Alan Sanchez
Other researchers : Juan Leon, Vanessa Rojas, Monica Lizama, Emily Espinoza, Claudia Felipe, Juan Ferrer, Alessandra Hidalgo
Execution time:April 2017


The longitudinal study Young Lives Peru has been carried out since 2001. Its purpose is to understand how poverty is linked and has implications for a number of development issues of two cohorts —born in 1994 and 2001— in Ethiopia, India, Peru and Vietnam. Since the fifth round of the 2016 household survey has been already completed, in 2017 researchers will focus on making the databases accessible and undertaking reports with them.