By Marisa O. Ensor (eds.)
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Where poverty is the cause of fosterage, the tradition of children living in the households of nonbiological parents may lead to the spread of educational costs (Shah 1992). It is further assumed the gaps of educational accessibility between the rich and the poor could be bridged. Additionally, permitting one’s children to live in other households may be suggestive of one’s generosity because children are considered a source of wealth in many sub-Saharan African cultures (Mayrand 2009). Consequently, the gesture could culminate in solid relationships, and potentially enhance the strength of existing social ties, when the two extended families interact to partake in the socialization of their children.
African Childhoods: Education, Development, Peacebuilding, and the Youngest Continent by Marisa O. Ensor (eds.)