A team of researchers talked to people living in poverty in Ethiopia to ascertain what stops them from gaining access to affordable, good quality basic health-care services, reproductive health-care services, and primary education. The research findings shed new light on the linkages between limited access to basic services and poverty, low incomes, insecure livelihoods, and poor nutrition.
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