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Uma Vennam

Lead Qualitative Researcher

Young Lives

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Young Lives

Queen Elizabeth House 3 Mansfield Road

Oxford, Oxfordshire,OX1 3TB

United Kingdom

Company Description

Young Lives is researching the impact of children's work on their education. We are also investigating the different paths young people take once they leave school. By following the same children and young people over a long period of time we are able to track...more

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Professor Uma Vennam — Young Lives

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Navigation Young Lives partners Young Lives people Professor Uma Vennam International Advisory Board Professor Uma Vennam Lead Qualitative Researcher, Young Lives India Uma has an MA in Social Work, specialising in Urban and Rural Community Development, from Tata Institute of Social Sciences Bombay and holds a PhD from the University of East Anglia, UK. She is currently a Professor of Social Work at SPMVV. She has been involved in various projects dealing with poverty alleviation, rural livelihoods, SLMF, poverty and HIV/AIDS, trafficking of women and children, child labour and Aids Prevention Education Programme (APEP) for school children, working with international agencies including the World Bank, DFID, and UNICEF.


Young Lives team profiles — Young Lives

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Professor Uma Vennam, Lead Qualitative Researcher
Professor Uma Vennam has a MA in social work specialising in Urban and Rural Community Development from Tata Institute of Social Sciences Bombay, and holds a PhD from the University of East Anglia, Norwich, England. Uma Vennam (2008) 'Principles and Practice of Family Counselling', in Compendium on Family Counselling, Mumbai: Tata Institute of Social Sciences Selected Publications Uma Vennam (2004) 'Social Work in Rural Communities in India', in Leon H. Ginsberg (ed.) Social Work in Rural Communities, Alexandria, VA: Council on Social Work Education Uma Vennam (2000) 'Impact of Fiscal Reform Policies on Health Programs in Andhra Pradesh', paper presented at Fifth Asia Pacific Social Science and Medicine (APPSAM) conference, 24-28 Sept 2000, Kandy, Sri Lanka Uma Vennam (ed.) (1999) Family Counselling Perspectives and Practices, Tirupati: Sri Padmavathi Mahila Visva Vidyalayam.


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Next, Dr Uma Vennam, Lead Qualitative Researcher for Young Lives in India and author of the book presented on the in-depth, qualitative research from which the profiles were taken.
Giving an overview of the book she said, "There is a need to listen to these unheard voices and tune the policies so that the dreams of these children can be fulfilled. First, Dr Farzana Afridi, Assistant Professor in the Economics and Planning Unit of the Indian Statistical Institute presented her recent research on Female Labour Force Participation and Child Education in India: The Effect of the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme' and Dr Vennam presented on 'Chronic Poverty Amid Growth: Insights from Long Term Poverty Trajectories'.


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Chronic Poverty Amid Growth: Insights from Long-Term Poverty Trajectories, Uma Vennam and Janki Andharia, Young Lives Working Paper 84
There has been growing interest in researching the dynamics of poverty, including poverty mobility.


www.younglives.org.uk

Next, Dr Uma Vennam, Lead Qualitative Researcher for Young Lives in India and author of the book presented on the in-depth, qualitative research from which the profiles were taken.
Giving an overview of the book she said, "There is a need to listen to these unheard voices and tune the policies so that the dreams of these children can be fulfilled. First, Dr Farzana Afridi, Assistant Professor in the Economics and Planning Unit of the Indian Statistical Institute presented her recent research on Female Labour Force Participation and Child Education in India: The Effect of the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme' and Dr Vennam presented on 'Chronic Poverty Amid Growth: Insights from Long Term Poverty Trajectories'.


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