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Journal Article
Hungi, Njora, Demus Makuwa, Kenneth Ross, Mioko Saito, Stephanie Dolata, Frank Cappelle, Laura Paviot, and Jocelyne Vellien. "SACMEQ III Project results: Pupil achievment levels in reading and mathematics." (2010).
Working Paper
Hungi, Njora, Demus Makuwa, Kenneth Ross, Mioko Saito, Stephanie Dolata, Frank Cappelle, Laura Paviot, and Jocelyne Vellien. "SACMEQ III Project Results: Levels and Trends in School Resources among SACMEQ School Systems." (2011).
Report
Klap, Andre, Aung T Thet, Shamim Hamid, Abdul Hannan, Nicolas Tremblay, Martha Teas, Farah Ghuznavi, Subash Dasgupta, Jocelyne Beerda-Croes, Bishow Parajuli, Shams Mustafa, Ali Ashraf, Nabi I Khan, and Nurul Ameen. The common country assessment Bangladesh. : United Nations, 1999.
Journal Article
Kayibanda, Jeanne F, Raphaël Bitera, Eric Demers, Jocelyne Moisan, and Michel Alary. "Sexual Risk Factors Associated with Intimate Partner Violence against Women in Rwanda: A Couples-based Analysis." Women & health 54, no. 4 (2014).
Journal Article
Maïnassara, Halima B, Fati Sidikou, Saacou Djibo, Amadou M Soussou, Bassira B Issaka, Ali Sidiki, and Jocelyne Rocourt. "Epidemiological patterns of bacterial meningitis in Niger from 2002 to 2010." Science Journal of Public Health 2, no. 2 (2014): 58-63.
Working Paper
Delarue, Jocelyne, Sandrine Mesple-Somps, Jean-David Naudet, and Anne-Sophie Robilliard. "Le paradoxe de Sikasso: coton et pauvrete au Mali." (2009).
Conference Paper
Delarue, Jocelyne, Sandrine Mesple-Somps, Jean-David Naudet, and AS Robilliard. "The Sikasso Paradox: Does Cotton Reduce Poverty?." PEGnet conference 2008: Assessing Development Impact – Learning from Experience. Accra, Ghana, September 11-12, 2009.
Journal Article
Coria, Marianela D, Solange Barros, Valeria C Coronado, Jocelyne S Aravena, and Oscar G Vivallo Urra. "Consumo y endeudamiento en adolescentes escolarizados de la Región de La Araucanía, Chile." Estudios pedagógicos (Valdivia) 43, no. 1 (2017): 61-74.
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