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This report examines the results of the First Read Thailand baseline assessment. The data collection was conducted over a period of one month in November/December 2016 and included 569 children, as well as 414 of their caregivers in 6 sub districts.
Author: Idalia Rodriguez Morales, Lauren Pisani, Kannaporn Sornsomrit, Dr.Kesiree Ladlia, Kate McDermott
Organization: Save the Children
Date: December 1, 2016
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