Health-seeking behavior of migrant beggars in Ibadan, Southwestern Nigeria

@inproceedings{Salami2013HealthseekingBO,
  title={Health-seeking behavior of migrant beggars in Ibadan, Southwestern Nigeria},
  author={Kabiru K. Salami and Aishat O. Olugbayo},
  year={2013}
}
Most studies on beggars in Nigeria have focused exclusively on the social course of indigenous begging activities in Nigerian cities. There exists dearth of knowledge about international migrant beggars and their health-seeking behavior in Ibadan Southwestern Nigeria. A cross sectional survey data were collected through purposive sampling technique among a total of 250 international migrant beggars in six locations in Ibadan. Results showed that 56% of respondents were female, few had… CONTINUE READING
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