Improving mental health among ultra-poor children: Two-year outcomes of a cluster-randomized trial in Burkina Faso
Alexice Tô-Camier and
Social Science & Medicine, 2018, vol. 208, issue C, 180-189
There is limited evidence about interventions improving child mental health in francophone West Africa. Behavioral mental health interventions alone may have limited effects on children's emotional well-being in families living in abject poverty, especially in low-income countries.
Keywords: Child; Depression; Trauma; Prevention; Low-income population; Graduation approach (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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