Health and Wellbeing in the Lives of the Extreme Poor

Joseph Devine, Geoffrey Wood, Rie Goto, Lucia Da Corta

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Abstract

The chapter draws on primary data to explore the connections between ill health and extreme poverty. Its main argument underlines the negative impact of ill health on livelihoods, and the negative impact of extreme poverty on health and well being. The chapter also examines how extreme poor households normally internalise care responsibilities in cases of ill health. Thus households with weaker livelihoods and entitlements are deprived of basic public health services and as a consequence of internalising care responsibilities, are forced into even more vulnerable positions.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAiding Resilience among the Extreme Poor in Bangladesh
EditorsGeof wood, Zulfiqar Ali, Mathilde Maitrot, Joe Devine
PublisherUPL
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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Devine, J., Wood, G., Goto, R., & Da Corta, L. (2016). Health and Wellbeing in the Lives of the Extreme Poor. In G. wood, Z. Ali, M. Maitrot, & J. Devine (Eds.), Aiding Resilience among the Extreme Poor in Bangladesh UPL.

Health and Wellbeing in the Lives of the Extreme Poor. / Devine, Joseph; Wood, Geoffrey; Goto, Rie; Da Corta, Lucia.

Aiding Resilience among the Extreme Poor in Bangladesh . ed. / Geof wood; Zulfiqar Ali; Mathilde Maitrot; Joe Devine. UPL, 2016.

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Devine, J, Wood, G, Goto, R & Da Corta, L 2016, Health and Wellbeing in the Lives of the Extreme Poor. in G wood, Z Ali, M Maitrot & J Devine (eds), Aiding Resilience among the Extreme Poor in Bangladesh . UPL.
Devine J, Wood G, Goto R, Da Corta L. Health and Wellbeing in the Lives of the Extreme Poor. In wood G, Ali Z, Maitrot M, Devine J, editors, Aiding Resilience among the Extreme Poor in Bangladesh . UPL. 2016
Devine, Joseph ; Wood, Geoffrey ; Goto, Rie ; Da Corta, Lucia. / Health and Wellbeing in the Lives of the Extreme Poor. Aiding Resilience among the Extreme Poor in Bangladesh . editor / Geof wood ; Zulfiqar Ali ; Mathilde Maitrot ; Joe Devine. UPL, 2016.
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