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Title: Assessing of the impact of child marriage on girl childeducation a case study of St. Stephen child development centre, Kumi municipality, Kumi district Uganda
Authors: Oluka, Benjamin
Keywords: Child marriage
Girl child education
Kumi district
Issue Date: Sep-2017
Publisher: Kampala International University. College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Abstract: This section explains the research findings on Assessing of the impact of child marriage on girl child education.Objectives of the study To measure the impact of child marriage on drop out, literacy and education attainment To briefly adopt some of the policies that could be adopted in order to reduce child marriage To establish the effects of girl child marriage on girl child education In despite of all attention drawn to child marriage across the world, there is a lack of improvement. The objective of this research is to look into under what circumstances child marriage does exist and how girls’ living conditions can be improved. Focus shall be put on child marriage in general exemplified in particular in Kumi Municipality, Kumi District; this qualitative study is based on various reports regarding the subject in different areas. As the theoretical framework, the sex role theory is applied in order to analyse the phenomenon. Studies indicate a great difference in the number of young married girls in comparison to boys across the globe. Even though boys can be victims of child marriage, the consequences are less severe and therefore, focus shall be put on girls only in this research. The number of girls entering early marriage has not been found to stagnate everywhere, but the age of when entering marriage tends to increase. In fact, child marriage has become more common in some areas, From the research it is concluded that one cannot generalize all underlying causes of child marriage, but one must be aware of the specific circumstances in the particular areas of Kumi Municipality Kumi District. Conclusions regarding underlying factors and correlations are further to be found and presented in the text. Keywords: Child marriage, Kumi Municipality, Kurni District, Social norms, extreme poverty
Description: A dissertation submitted to the college of humanities and social sciences in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of bachelor’s degree of social work and social administration of Kampala International University
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/4817
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