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Title: The impact of early marriages on the education of both girl and boy child in Nyahuka Town Council Bundibugyo District
Authors: Atiibu, Farida
Keywords: Early marriages
Education
Girl and boy
Nyahuka Town Council
Bundibugyo District
Issue Date: Jul-2015
Publisher: Kampala International University, College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Abstract: The overall purpose of the study was to examine the impact of early marriages on the education of both girl and boy child in Nyahuka town. The Specific Objectives .To find out the causes of early marriages in Nyahuka town .To examine the effects of early marriages in Nyahuka town .To find out the possible solutions to early marriages in Nyahuka town. The study used a quantitative and qualitative research design for the purpose of making valid conclusions. Quantitative design which was classified in two broad categories, that is; experimental and general survey design examined the impact of supplier evaluation on the performance as an independent variable where as qualitative design involved the use of questions to obtain views from the respondents. The findings of the study revealed that early marriage still thrives in spite of various conventions against the practice. Although reasons often adduced in favour of the practice may appear attractive on face value, the physical health and psychological consequences of early marriage can constitute a huge price. Education of the girl-child must take pre-eminent position in order to stem the tide of early marriage and its consequences. The study draws us as a numerous severe consequences resulting from the practice of early marriage. Early marriage is intrinsically linked to low levels of education, high levels of violence and abuse, social isolation, severe health risks and harmful power dynamics and results in increased gender inequality and vulnerability to poverty for girls, young women, families and the society as a whole. This practice also threatens the international development effort to fight against poverty and related challenges in developing countries. The recommendation of the study are Improving the economic conditions of rural communities and peasant families by designing income generating schemes in accordance with the objective reality of the area, and supporting parents who fail to send their daughters to school due to poverty, Providing cash incentives for parents to keep their daughters in school as long as possible for example by covering expenses for buying learning materials ,creating job opportunities for girls completing primary education.
Description: A dissertation submitted to the College of Humanities and Social Sciences in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of Bachelors Degree in Development Studies at Kampala International University
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/3457
Appears in Collections:Bachelor of Arts in Development Studies

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