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Report on causes and consequences of early girl child marriage in Iganga District

Chris B. Iga

Report on causes and consequences of early girl child marriage in Iganga District

by Chris B. Iga

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Published by Policy and Research Unit, Uganda Debt Network in Kampala .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Uganda,
  • Iganga District.,
  • Iganga District
    • Subjects:
    • Child marriage -- Uganda -- Iganga District.,
    • Girls -- Uganda -- Iganga District -- Social conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[prepared by Chis B. Iga & Anna Basalirwa].
      ContributionsBasalirwa, Anna., National Women"s Association for Social and Education Advancement (Uganda)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHQ692.6 .I43 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationii, 18 p. ;
      Number of Pages18
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6814383M
      LC Control Number00283976

        Approximately 60% of Iganga’s population is young people below 25 years and 50% of these youth become sexually active by the age of 17 (Iganga District Local Government, ). The district also reports one of the highest fertility rates of Uganda with children per woman (ibid, ), all of which play important roles in local uses of the. "Prevalence and Socio-Behavioral Influence of Early Childhood Caries, ECC, and Feeding Habits among Months old Children in Uganda and Tanzania." BMC Oral Health (). Mugizi, Denis Rwabiita, Sofia Boqvist, George W Nasinyama, Charles Waiswa, Kokas Ikwap, Kim Rock, Elisabeth Lindahl, Ulf Magnusson, and Joseph Erume.

      Get all the Archive News of Hindustan Times. Browse all the archive news published as a news story, article or photostory by Hindustan Times. The research site for this study was Iganga town, the rapidly growing administrative and commercial center of Iganga District and outlying villages. Iganga lies km to the northeast of Kampala, the capital, along the Trans-Africa Highway, a major international artery populated by truck stops and towns with high rates of HIV infection.

      There has been increasing recognition of perinatal mental health, and in particular, of perinatal depression, as a growing public-health concern with various health implications on maternal, infant, and child outcomes [1,2].Evidence indicates that prevalence rates for common mental disorders are higher in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) than in high-income . For young girls in Uganda, education is a health issue. Secondary school fees can burden families and children. Many girls turn to transactional sex in order to pay for their education. This puts them at risk for HIV/AIDS, young marriage and pregnancy. And .


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Project / Seminar Research Material on "The Effects Of Early Marriage On The Socio-Economic And Education Development Of A Child In Educational District". The results of the study strongly suggested that Govt.

should accord female education again with Increase the in and out of school girls' knowledge about the consequences of early marriage. Child marriage affects mostly girls in rural areas, leading them to become victims of early pregnancies, setbacks in their education, gender-based violence and abuse.

Some of the causes of this problem are discriminatory social norms against girls, poverty, lack of comprehensive sexual health education, and high rates of sexual violence and.

[8][9] [10] [11] This is associated with a number of factors including income inequality as well as low level of education early marriage, teenage pregnancy, decision making by husband only.

Early marriage, early initiation of sex and lack of information, are said to be the leading drivers of adolescent pregnancy.

According to Dr Wilfred Ochan, the Assistant Country Representative. From a previous survey, Iganga district has a high maternal mortality ratio of district is /, with a high fertility rate ofadolescent pregnancy rate of 37%, low women literacy rate of 48%, low family planning uptake of only %, and many cases of obstetric fistula in the sub-county.

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From the district data, the study setting (Nabitovu village) has a population of households, and on average 8 people per family. It has about 1, people of whom about 50% are children. Child support and alimony; Expensive items purchased right before filing bankruptcy like cars, boats, or jewelry; When you file for bankruptcy, creditors have to stop any effort to collect money from you, at least temporarily.

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From the district data, the study setting (Nabitovu village) has a population of households, and on average 8 people per family. It has about 1, people of whom about 50% are children.

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While Iganga residents were generally aware that the law expanded childhood to eighteen years old, they held complex views about exactly which adolescent girls were in need of or even worth protecting. Historically, the transition from child to adult depended less on a girl’s chronological age and more on biological, economic, and social.

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According to commentaries published in the Lancet, million additional children under 5 could suffer from wasting during the first year of the pandemic (a per cent increase in the number of children who are wasted) in the absence of timely action, leading to an estima additional child. Esther Asio, 25, Area Officer for ELA, Iganga, says the life-skills training course, on such topics as child marriage, drug addiction and gender imbalance, is helping develop the girls into.

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Cloud and several of the northern suburbs of the Twin Cities. Bachmann was a candidate. Iganga District, Uganda — "It was a mistake! Getting married early robbed me of everything," Naiga Zaina*, 14, says about the encounter that led to her early .The research site for this study was Iganga town, the rapidly growing administrative and commercial center of Iganga District and outlying villages.

Iganga lies km to the northeast of Kampala, the capital, along the Trans-Africa Highway, a major international artery populated by truck stops and towns with high rates of HIV infectionMr.

Gidudu Emmanuel, Officer in Charge Criminal Intelligence Butaleja district, warned that child marriages and teenage pregnancies lead to fatal damages like obstetric fistula, and in extreme cases, loss of their lives. He explained that these young girls’ bodies have not matured enough to carry the baby, let alone deliver it.