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Strengthening ODFL systems to increase education access and attainment for young people in high HIV prevalence SADC countries

Grant reference: RES-167-25-0217

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The link between domestic violence and maternal and child health in informal in Kenya
The purpose of this paper is to identify the main determinants of domestic violence in Kenya and review the evidence to link it to poor child health and nutrition. The paper is divided into 5 sections; section one provides background and context to domestic violence in Kenya. Section two explores some of the determinants of domestic violence while the third section attempts to link domestic violence to poor maternal and child health. The fourth section highlights some possible strategies aimed at reducing domestic violence and the final section provides a summary and conclusion.
English

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Author Daniel B. Lang’o

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NICK, Institute of Education
01 March 2012
6
London
NICK briefing paper

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Lang’o_Thelink.pdf (.pdf / 203kb)

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Harvard

Lang’o, Daniel B Author (2012) The link between domestic violence and maternal and child health in informal in Kenya. London: NICK, Institute of Education.

Vancouver

Lang’o Daniel B. The link between domestic violence and maternal and child health in informal in Kenya. London: NICK, Institute of Education; 2012.