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From: Women’s education level amplifies the effects of a livelihoods-based intervention on household wealth, child diet, and child growth in rural Nepal

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a Change in household wealth score related to educational level of men and women. Educational levels are indicated by the following categories: None = none or basic, Primary = some or completed primary school, Secondary = some or completed secondary school (or beyond). The educational attainments of women in the household are indicated by solid lines; of men, by dashed lines. Wealth score differed significantly among the three educational groups of women at each time point (Baseline p = .005, 12 months p < .0001, 24 months p = .002, and 48 months p < .0001; indicators of p values shown above the line). Likewise, wealth score differed significantly among the three educational groups of men at each time point (all p < .0001; indicators of p values shown below the line). *p < .05, **p < .01, ***p < .001, ^p < .0001. b Percent change in household wealth score related to adult educational level, baseline to 48 months. Changes from baseline to 48 months were significant only in households where women had primary or secondary education (respectively, p = .0009 and p < .0001). Men’s educational level did not relate to changes in household wealth from baseline to 48 months

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