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THE WELFARE OF CHILDREN AFTER DIVORCE IN CAMEROON

Project Details

Department
Law
Project ID
L189
Price
5000XAF
International: $20
No of pages
55
Instruments/method
Qualitative
Reference
Yes
Analytical tool
Descriptive
Format
 MS Word & PDF
Chapters
1-5

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ABSTRACT

 

The welfare of children after divorce has been an issue of concern for years in the world in general and in Cameroon in particular. Every nation strives hard to safeguard their welfare in every aspect because when properly nurtured, Children definitely give rise to a great nation, and for this reason, they are often considered a nation’s future. The family environment is the foundation for the development of children. Thus, when its stability is broken due to the occurrence of divorce, necessary measures are taken by the government to safeguard the child’s welfare at risk. However, despite the legal and institutional framework in place, the child’s welfare after divorce is still at stake. As such, this research aims at examining the effectiveness of the measures in place and the extent to which they ensure the safeguard of the welfare of children after divorce in Cameroon. The study adopts a qualitative research methodology which involves the content analysis of primary and secondary data. This study reveals that the inability to protect the welfare of the child after divorce is as a result of the disregard of some vital aspects of the welfare of the child. The study therefore recommends the implementation of the laws, the creation of a Social Service for the protection of children victim of divorce, and the creation of a training program for divorced parents. This will help enhance the protection of the child’s welfare after divorce.

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