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The internal migration theme refers to any migration that occurs within a country. This could refer to migration between administrative units of a country which can have similar consequences as international migration in terms of loss of rights, risks of travel and negative stereotyping.  Internal migration is the type of migration most likely to be undertaken by the poorest and the numbers involved dwarf international migrants.  It is estimated that the number of internal migrants in China alone equal that of all the international migrants in the world.
The list below highlights the most recent documents added to the theme of Internal migration. More results of Internal migration can be viewed by clicking at the link at the end of the page.


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Family Migration: A Vehicle of Child Morbidity in the Informal Settlements of Nairobi City, Kenya? in G. Kochendorfer & B. Pleskovic (ed). Spatial Disparities and Development Policy

Author: A. Konseiga

Publication date: 2009

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Children, Politics and Communication. Participation at the Margins

Author: N. Thomas

Publication date: May 2009

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Distress Seasonal Migration and its Impact on Children's Education

Publication date: May 2008

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Drought and lack of work in villages forces entire families to migrate for several months every year in search of...

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Seasonal Migration and Early Childhood Development

Author: K. Macours; R. Vakis

Publication date: January 2007

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This paper explores the overall effect of seasonal migration on early childhood development in the case of...

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Assessing the effect of Mothers' Migration on childhood mortality in the informal settlements of Nairobi

Author: A. Konseiga; E. M. Zulu; Y. Ye

Publication date: September 2006

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The article analyses the survival patterns of children under five years of age who reside in two informal...

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