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The Socio-Economic Consequences of Early Marriage in Niger State

The Socio-Economic Consequences of Early Marriage in Niger State

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In this study, an assessment was made of the multifaceted socio-economic consequences of early marriage for both the individual and the community. This chapter presents findings collected using structured questionnaire, According to the findings of the latter early marriage is now well recognized as causing diverse, complex and inter-related socio-economic, psychological and educational problems for young girls. Most of the key participant disapproved of the practice by reporting a number of specific negative consequences. Family is the fundamental unit of any society, and the welfare of a society directly affects the well being of families that constitute it. The stability of marriage has important direct effects on the well being of a family. A major negative consequence of early marriage is socio-economic instability disagreements and eventually divorce or separation for instance as a result of poverty, low educational status and both can often be attributed to the exceptionally high prevalence of early marriage in Suleja Community.

 
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Information and Communication Technology in the Improvement of Healthcare Delivery in the State

Information and Communication Technology in the Improvement of Healthcare Delivery in the State

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ICT implementation can result in care that is both higher in quality, safer, and more responsive to patients’ needs and, at the same time, more efficient (appropriate, available, and less wasteful). Advocates, in particular, point to the potential reduction in medication errors as a critical advantage. In the past few years, however, there has been a significant and growing debate internationally about whether or not these much touted benefits and savings can be gained or, indeed, even measured. Despite the promise they hold out, implementing ICTs in clinical care has proven to be a difficult undertaking. More than a decade of efforts provide a picture of significant public investments, notable successes and some highly publicised costly delays and failures. This is accompanied by a failure to achieve widespread understanding of the benefits of electronic record keeping and information exchange.

 
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