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This report reviews results from the first implementation of IDELA in Myanmar. Save the Children staff assessed 624 children in 48 schools in four townships where Save the Children implements NORAD programming; Min Bu, Pakkoku, Saw and Hpruso.
Author: Jonathan Seiden & Sridevi Srinivasan
Organization: Save the Children
Date: December 1, 2017
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