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Climate change is expected to have important negative consequences for the health and living standards of vulnerable populations in low and middle-income countries, but to date there are few population-based strategies that have been documented to help protect against these exposures. In a new project funded by NIH, Professor Clark and collaborators will use data from randomized controlled trials of cash transfers to poor households in Zambia and Kenya to test whether these additional resources can protect food security, child health and youth life course transitions during periods of adverse climate conditions

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