Research and Studies

This section features scholarly journal articles, reports and other publications that examine the association between poverty, the lack of material basic necessities, and social, health and economic outcomes. The goal is to encourage researchers to expand on studies that quantify the impact of diaper need and period poverty on individuals, families, and communities throughout the U.S.

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Annual Survey of Member Diaper Banks – 2019
Annual Survey of NDBN Members – 2018
Diaper Need and Its Impact on Child Health – Pediatrics – 2013
Diaper Need and Its Impact on U.S. Families – 2017
Diaper Need in the US and Canada – 2010
Diaper Need: A Change for Better Health – Pediatric Nursing – 2015
Emergency Response: A Systemic Approach to Diaper Rash, Chest Pain, and Medicaid in ED – Kentucky Law Journal – 2014
First Focus – Children’s Budget Book 2018
Helping the Community from the Bottom Up: Distributing Diapers to the Williamsburg Community – 2014
NDBN Annual Report – 2017
NDBN Annual Report – 2018
NDBN Annual Report – 2020
NDBN Lobby Day Agenda 2019
The Social and Economic Impacts of the Diaper Bank of Connecticut – 2018
White Paper – Basic Needs: Ensuring that Every Family Has the Things Needed to Reach Their Full Potential – 2015

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