Qualitative needs assessment of child-headed households in Rwanda
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Published by World Vision, UNICEF in [Kigali?] .
Written in English



  • Rwanda,
  • Rwanda.


  • Children -- Rwanda -- Social conditions.,
  • Teenagers -- Rwanda -- Social conditions.,
  • Child welfare -- Rwanda.,
  • Children -- Services for -- Rwanda.,
  • Teenagers -- Services for -- Rwanda.,
  • Heads of households -- Rwanda.,
  • Needs assessment -- Rwanda.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesChild-headed households in Rwanda
Statementby World Vision ; supported by UNICEF.
ContributionsWorld Vision International., UNICEF Kigali.
LC ClassificationsHQ792.R95 Q83 1998
The Physical Object
Pagination42 p. :
Number of Pages42
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL527958M
LC Control Number98982990

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