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Children and Youth : A Resource Guide for World Bank Staff

By The World Bank

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Book Id: WPLBN0000076492
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Reproduction Date: 2005
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Title: Children and Youth : A Resource Guide for World Bank Staff  
Author: The World Bank
Language: English
Subject: Economics, Finance & business, World Bank.
Collections: Economics Publications Collection
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Publisher: The World Bank


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This report and the accompanying Children & Youth: A Framework for Action are the result of a collective effort of a multisectoral World Bank team coordinated by the Children and Youth Unit of the Human Development Network. The principal authors were Linda McGinnis, Viviana Mangiaterra, and Juan Felipe Sanchez. The report benefited immensely from the generous sectoral and regional contributions provided by Arvil Van Adams, Pedro Alba, Harold H. Alderman, Christine Allison, Richard Amalvy, Florence Baingana, Ian Bannon, Jean-Christophe Bas, Rosemary Bellew, Regina Bendokatt, Anthony Bloome, Barbara Bruns, Donald Bundy, Flavia Bustreo, Danielle Carbonneau, Roelof C. Carriere, Dov Chernichovsky, Mariam Claeson, Maria Donoso Clark, Carine Clert, Stephen Commins, Maria Correia, Diane Coury, Wendy Cunningham, Carlos Del Ninno, Annette Dixon, Pamela Dudzik, Erika Dunkelberg, A. Edward Elmendorf, Janet Entwistle, Wolfgang Essen, Warren Evans, Jean Fares, Giacomo Filibeck, Anthony A. Gaeta, Marito Garcia, Pierre Girardier, Margaret Ellen Grosh, Dominic S. Haazen, Keith Hansen, Robert J. Hawkins, Phillip Hay, Judith E. Heumann, Emmanuel Jimenez, Arun Joshi, Ruth Kagia, Orsalia Kalantzopoulos, Ann Kielland, Elizabeth King, Alex Kolev, Ekta Kothari, Gloria La Cava, Elizabeth Lule, Niels Lund, Oey Meesok, Phil Musgrove, Miquel de Paladella, Pawan Patil, Pia Peeters, Djordjija Petkoski, Aleksandra Posorak, Menahem M. Prywes, Egbe Osifo-Dawodu, Azedine Ouerghi, Zeynep Ozbil, Mansoora Rashid, Laura B. Rawlings, Helena Ribe, Khama Odera Rogo, Furio Rosati, Jim Rosen, Junko Saito, Stefano Scarpetta, George Schieber, Lynne Sherburne- Benz, Yumi Sera, Ricardo Rocha Silveira, Leigh Ellen Sontheimer, Diane E. Steele, Kalanidhi Subarao, Giorgio Tamburlini, Aida Tapalova, Joop Thieunissen, Zafiris Tzannatos, Maurizia Tovo, Andrea Vermehren, Cecilia Valdivieso, Dominique Van de Walle, Maj-Lis A. Voss, Mary Eming Young, Debrework Zewedie, and many other colleagues, who supported the work with their insights and experience. Liisa Hietala, Peter Holland, Minna Mattero, Nancy Rodriguez, Amina Semlali, and Gerold Vollmer provided important perspectives as members of the Children and Youth team.


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