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TitleAdolescent Refugee Girls’ Secondary Education in Ethiopia: An Empirical Analysis of Multiple Vulnerabilities in Low-Resource Displacement Settings
AuthorShelby Carvalho
Date of Publication2022
PublisherCenter for Global Development
Number of Pages29
Keywordseducation, gender, refugees, displacement, education in emergencies, sub-Saharan Africa, Ethiopia
AbstractRefugee girls are one of the most marginalized groups in the world when it comes to school participation, with girls half as likely to enroll in secondary school as their male peers. Gender disparities can be made worse by conflict and displacement and increase as children get older. As many low- and middle-income host countries move toward more inclusive models of refugee education, it’s critical to identify barriers that may differentially limit refugee girls’ inclusion. This paper uses two unique household surveys in Ethiopia to examine household and community factors shaping participation in secondary school.
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