Migration, Marriage and Intra-household Dynamics: Lessons from Bangladesh, Ghana, and Indonesia
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The Intra-Household Dynamics project is a comparative, qualitative study with case studies in Bangladesh, Ghana, and Indonesia. Relying on baseline household information collected in quantitative surveys in 2013-2014, the study involved two-to-three rounds of fieldwork in 2015 during which in-depth interviews were undertaken with at least one adult and one youth from 24 households. Focus group discussions with adult women and men, female and male youths and locally important people of both sexes contributed important insights in Bangladesh and Ghana. Visual and participatory research activities added to and validated sensitive information in Indonesia.
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