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Ethiopia and Children and young people

Ethiopia
  • Capital: Addis Ababa
  • Population: 88013491
  • Size: 1127127.0 Km2

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The BLDS children & young people collection
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Land Access and youth livelihood opportunities in Southern Ethiopia
S. Bezu; S.T. Holden / Norwegian University of Life Sciences, 2013
This study aims to examine current land access and youth livelihood opportunities in Southern Ethiopia. Access to agricultural land is a constitutional right for rural residents of Ethiopia. We used survey data from the relatively lan...
Beyond food security: transforming the PSNP in Ethiopia for the well-being of children
Y. Tafere (ed); T. Woldehanna (ed) / Young Lives, 2012
Using Young Lives survey and qualitative data collected in 2006 and 2009 among rural households and children in Ethiopia, this paper investigates the possible impacts of the Productive Safety Net Programme (PSNP) on children’s w...
Understanding childhood poverty as a multidimensional concept
P. Dornan; J. Boyden 2011
This paper discusses the methodology of Young Lives - a 15-year study of childhood poverty in Ethiopia, India, Vietnam and Peru, following the lives of 3,000 children in each country.  The Young Lives programme is interested in c...
What issues drive female child marriage and circumcision in Ethiopia?
J. Boyden; A. Pankhurst; Y. Tafere / Young Lives, 2013
Focusing on Ethiopia, this paper explores local perspectives on female child marriage and circumcision. Both practices are widespread in Ethiopia and reflect deep-rooted patriarchal and gerontocratic values regulating women’s re...
Children afflicted by poverty can be agents of its alleviation - evidence from Ethiopia
Y. Tafere / Young Lives, 2012
Children can be more than just victims of poverty; they can be agents of its alleviation. This paper presents Ethiopian children’s and young people’s perceptions of poverty based on their own experiences. The p...
Decisive strategies towards fair schooling are required in Ethiopia, India, Peru and Vietnam
H. Murray / Young Lives, 2012
Millions of poor children and families are investing scarce resources in going to school, in the hope that it will lead to a better life. This paper looks at children’s unequal trajectories from early childhood through to the ti...
Is School Education Breaking the Cycle of Poverty for Children: Factors Shaping Education Inequalities in Ethiopia, India, Peru and Vietnam
H. Murray / Young Lives, 2012
School education is held up as an ‘escape route from poverty’. Millions of poor children and families are buying into this promise and often investing scarce resources in going to school, in the hope that it will lead to a b...
Changing Educational Aspirations of Children Living in Poverty in Ethiopia
Y. Tafere / Young Lives, 2010
Using both qualitative and quantitative data, this paper examines the changing educational and occupational aspirations and educational achievements of children living in poor communities in Ethiopia. The results suggest that children...
Do Pre-natal and Post-natal Economic Shocks Have a Long-lasting Effect on the Height of 5-year-old Children?
T. Woldehanna / Young Lives, 2010
While the Ethiopian national emergency and food security programmes support farmers hit by area-wide shocks such as crop failure, idiosyncratic shocks such as illness and death of household member, loss of assets and separation or div...
Know Your Place: Ethiopian Children’s Contributions to the Household Economy
K. Heissler / Young Lives, 2010
This paper combines quantitative and qualitative analysis to develop a comprehensive and nuanced understanding of children’s work, in particular, the role of the household in determining work roles. Using a cohort study of childr...
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African Child Policy Forum
African Child Policy Forum
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