Women and Health Care in Ireland: Knowledge, Behaviour and

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The effects of EITC and children’s allowances on the economic well-being of children. The data indicate that significant numbers of individuals and families–many of whom are employed–are seeking food assistance. Some of these organizations, like the First Nations child and family service agencies, operate under provincial legal authority, while others are independent non-profit organizations that receive funding or fees for service from a variety of sources. Its particular programs vary among countries and in point of time.

Pages: 213

Publisher: Oak Tree Press (June 1996)

ISBN: 1860760252

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