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The interplay between community, household and child level influences on trajectories to early marriage in Ethiopia: Evidence from Young Lives

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Child marriage is a global concern and a priority issue for the African Union; the Ethiopian government has devised a strategy to eliminate the practice by 2025. This paper analyses Young Lives survey and qualitative data from girls aged 19 to understand pathways to early marriage, which we argue can best be explained by a combination of interacting factors at community, household and individual levels.
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University of Oxford
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Oxford, Social Sciences, Department of International Development, Young Lives
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Oxford, Social Sciences, Department of International Development, Young Lives
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Oxford, Social Sciences, Department of International Development, Young Lives
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Young Lives Publisher's website
Publication date:
2016-09-05
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pubs:655979
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uri:fdaca95c-559b-4fd9-8979-e5cb230c85d2
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uuid:fdaca95c-559b-4fd9-8979-e5cb230c85d2
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