Questioning the Power of Resilience:Are Children Up To the Task of Disrupting the Transmission of Poverty?
The development and application of the concept of resilience as a tool for examining the ways in which young humans are able to overcome the negative outcomes of poverty and prevent its transfer within families, households and communities and assesses its usefulness for poverty researchers and practitioners [CPRC WP 73].
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