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To browse Academia. Skip to main content. Log In Sign Up. Download Free PDF. Wohabie Birhan. Dagmawi Gebeyehu et al. Qualitative approach, particularly narrative was employed. Data were analyzed thematically. Poverty, early marriage and lack of land were the major push factors for migration.
Need for education and communication with past migrants were the pull factors. Migrants face Sexual harassment, stigma and discrimination in the new setting. The findings of this study have implication for policy makers on youth and migration. Keywords: migration, youth, psychosocial, pushes factors, pull factors, Debre Markos I. Migration is considered as the movement of people from one geographic region to another which may be on temporary or permanent basis.
The reason for migration differes from one person to another depending on the situation that brought about the decision Adewale, Mass migrations could happen in a way to adapt crises in response to shocks to the cultural and natural ecology.
Such kind of migration is rare and random. One of the factors causing migration is search for work Massey, ; Zhou, Migration is linked with either by pull factors or push factors. Push factors are negative reinforces that motivate an individual to leave the home land.
Good examples in point are low productivity, land scarcity and joblessness. Meanwhile, pull factors are attractions that motivate individuals to go to the new environment and this may include high wage, job access and better provision of social and economic services Gmelch and Zenner, ; Broadly and Cunningham, Rural-urban migration is accompanied by positive and negative consequences.