Manager, current projects
- Inclusive education for children with a disability in the Sahel
- Tjenestene og MEg
- Randomizing Speed School II: Identifying a mechanism for boosting the transfer of children, especially girls, to lower secondary education
- Barrierer for jenters utdanning i Vest-Afrika
- Haiti out-of-school children
- Education in Haiti
Manager, completed projects
Member, current projects
Member, completed projects
Master of Political Science, University of Oslo
Ongoing PhD in Sociology, University of Oslo
Education and out-of-school children; child protection; child vulnerability; children living with a disability; child labour; child mobility; child migration; child trafficking; the role of children in household risk management strategies.
Kielland, A. (2016), «The role of risk perception in child mobility decisions, empirical evidence from Benin.” WD3626, World Development, Inn press.
Kielland, A and I. Bjørkhaug (2009), Child mobility in West Africa: strategy, poverty or crime?, Forum for Development Studies, No 2-2009, Oslo
Kielland, A. (2009), ”Child mobility as household risk management”, Forum for Development Studies, No 2-2009, Oslo
Kielland, A. (2009), ”Barnearbeidsmigrasjoner i ulike landskap: En sammenstilling av barns arbeidsvandringer i Vest-Agder (1830-1910) og Vest Afrika (1980-2009)” Barn, No 3-4, 2009, pp 29-52, Trondheim
Nkamleu, G.B. and A. Kielland (2006), “Modeling farmers' decisions on child labor and schooling in the cocoa - sector: a multinomial logit analysis in Cote d'Ivoire.” Journal of Agricultural Economics 35 (2006) 319-333
Anne Kielland, Anne Hatløy, Tone Sommerfelt, Tewodros Aragie Kebede and Kathleen M. JenningsA scoping study concerning knowledge about trends and sub-variationsFafo-report 2017:39
Anne KiellandBetydning for norsk utdanningsbistand i Malawi, Niger, Etiopia, Sør-Sudan og NepalFafo-rapport 2016:14
Anne KiellandFafo-report 2016:12
Henriette Lunde (ed.)Fafo-report 2010:44
Anne Kielland and Furio RosatiIncluding working and other hard-to-reach children. Issues from the workshop Child labor and the EFA initiative: The challenge of including the “hard-to-reach” children. Oslo 20–21 October 2008Fafo-report 2008:48
Kielland, A. (2013), The Exploitation Equation: Distinguishing child trafficking from other types of child mobility in West Africa, in Human Trafficking: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, ed. Mary C. Burke. Routledge.
Kielland, A. (2010), “Education for the non-attenders: expanding the policy toolbox for EFA", in Commonwealth Ministers Reference Book 2010, pp 224-226, Henley Media Group Ltd.
Kielland, A. (2008), Child Labor Migration in Benin; Incentive, Constraint or Agency? VDM Verlag
Kielland, A. and M. Tovo (2006), Children at Work: Child Labor Practices in Africa. Lynne Rienner Publishers
Kielland. A. (2015), Evolution in approaches to improve access to education for children living in urban slums. w/case studies from Haiti, DRC, Brazil and Bangladesh. Background document for Unesco Global Monitoring Report 2015.
Kielland, A. (2015) Education in Haiti. Situation, Challenges and Recommendations With a Special Focus on the Sud Department. For the Norwegian MFA.
Kielland, A. (2015) Økonomiske og sosiale utviklingstrekk i norske satsingsland for utdanning - betydning for norsk utdanningsbistand i Malawi, Niger, Etiopia, Sør-Sudan og Nepal. For the Norwegian MFA.
Kielland, A. (2015) Education in Niger. Report to Norad. December, 2015.
- Kielland, A. 2012 After the Shock: Child mobility and domestic services as coping and strategy. The World Bank.
Kielland, A. 2010 Child mobility and Rural Vulnerability in Senegal. Climate change and the role of children in household risk management strategies. The World Bank.
Prywes, M. et al (2004) Costs of projects for orphans and other vulnerable children : case studies in Eritrea and Benin, The World Bank, Social Protection Discussion Paper Series no. 0414
Kielland, A. and I. Sanogo (2002), Burkina Faso: Child labor migration from rural areas, magnitude and determinants. World Bank/Terre des Hommes
Kielland, A. and R. Ouensavi (2001), Child labor migration in Bénin, magnitude and determinants. The World Bank/CEO
Kielland, A. and M. Amadou (2001). Les Talibes au Nord Benin, Enfance Malheureuse; " Un Mode de Vie Choisi ". The World Bank