02 November 2018

Access to communication media and the acceptance of violence among adolescent females in Nepal

This report gives the results of further analysis of the Nepal Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS), 2014, which was carried out on behalf of UNICEF Nepal by consultant Samik Adhikari. The four reports in this series are working documents: Working paper 2018/001: Letting Children Flourish From an Early Age: Early Childhood Care and Development In Nepal. Working paper 2018/002: We Must Do Better: A Closer Look at the Contextual Factors that Drive Child Labour and Discipline in Nepal. Working paper 2018/003: Access to Communication Media and the Acceptance of Violence Among Adolescents Female in Nepal. Working paper 2018/004: Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) and Nutrition in Nepal with a Focus on Children Under Five. The four reports are available at www.unicef.org/nepal. The reviewer and editor of this series of UNICEF Nepal working papers is the Chief of the Planning and Monitoring Section, UNICEF Nepal. Please contact  kathmandu@unicef.org for more information on UNICEF Nepal working papers. The designations in this publication do not imply an opinion on the legal status of any country or territory, or of its authorities, or the delimitation of frontiers. Suggested citation: United Nations Children’s Fund Nepal, Access to Communication Media and the Acceptance of Violence Among Adolescent Females in Nepal: Nepal Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) 2014 further analysis report, UNICEF Nepal Working Paper Series WP/2018/003, UNICEF Nepal, Kathmandu, 2018.