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Parents Health and Social Life Matter for Self-Esteem of Child Orphans
Psychology and Behavioral Sciences
Orphaned children face several socio-economic challenges and psychological problems. They are exposed to low self-esteem that in turn leads to face difficulties of maintaining quality of life. This study is aimed to assess risk factors that may affect self-esteem status of orphans. A cross sectional study was conducted on orphans aged 5-18 years old at a local district Kacha-Birra, Southern Nations Nationalities and Peoples Regional State of Ethiopia. From a total of 3270 orphans in thedoi:10.11648/j.pbs.20150403.11 fatcat:33krz77nkzhorelmzuhp2fvvka