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Response to HIV - AIDS effects on pedagogy in H...
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There are close to 40 million people worldwide who are infected with HIV AIDS virus, half of whom are found in sub-Saharan Africa. AIDS is one of the most serious challenges currently facing the education systems of developing countries. The national HIV prevalence in Kenya stands at 7.4 and Nyanza province has the highest prevalence of 15.3 with Homa Bay District having the highest HIV AIDS prevalence in Nyanza province of 21.0%. The study employed survey and phenomenological design.Pupils and teachers affected and infected with HIV AIDS display many problems that affected teaching and learning.Some of these problems are addressed through counseling and provision of material support. Many teachers and pupils did not appreciate counseling and most counseling teachers were not trained. Most head teachers did not have complete knowledge of Ministry of Education (MOE) policy guidelines on response to the effects of HIV AIDS. It was recommended that more sensitization and awareness on HIV-AIDS should be done. Affected and infected should be provided with basic necessities, teacher counselors should be trained, MOE should avail policy guidelines to headteachers among other things.

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Stand: 27.01.2020
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Women with HIV And AIDS: The Case of Lower Many...
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Ghana is a country in West Africa, which is facing the challenges of improving HIV and AIDS situation. The study investigated the causes, effects and coping mechanism used by female HIV-clients and AIDS-patients in Lower Manya Krobo District. This was a qualitative study underpinning by interpretative philosophical thought. It employed a case study approach and collected data using semi-structured interview guide. Snowball sampling technique was used to sample the view of ten (10) female HIV-clients and convenience sampling for four (4) female AIDS-patients and four (4) selected Key Informants. The data were analysed using thematic analysis. The study highlighted multiple factors that cause female in the Lower Manya Krobo District to be vulnerable to HIV infection. These included women sexual passivity, poverty, promiscuity and poor culture practice. The study also showed that loss of income and discrimination affected female with HIV and AIDS. Finally, the research unveiled that counselling, financial support, acceptance and visitation from friends help them to cope with the disease.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 27.01.2020
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Response to HIV - AIDS effects on pedagogy in H...
79,00 € *
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There are close to 40 million people worldwide who are infected with HIV AIDS virus, half of whom are found in sub-Saharan Africa. AIDS is one of the most serious challenges currently facing the education systems of developing countries. The national HIV prevalence in Kenya stands at 7.4 and Nyanza province has the highest prevalence of 15.3 with Homa Bay District having the highest HIV AIDS prevalence in Nyanza province of 21.0%. The study employed survey and phenomenological design.Pupils and teachers affected and infected with HIV AIDS display many problems that affected teaching and learning.Some of these problems are addressed through counseling and provision of material support. Many teachers and pupils did not appreciate counseling and most counseling teachers were not trained. Most head teachers did not have complete knowledge of Ministry of Education (MOE) policy guidelines on response to the effects of HIV AIDS. It was recommended that more sensitization and awareness on HIV-AIDS should be done. Affected and infected should be provided with basic necessities, teacher counselors should be trained, MOE should avail policy guidelines to headteachers among other things.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 27.01.2020
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Cultural Practices, HIV and AIDS and the church...
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This research focuses on the cultural practices in relation to the spread of HIV among the Sena people of the Nsanje district in Malawi. The concern of the study is the high prevalence rate of HIV in the Nsanje district which is 35% higher than in any other district in Malawi. People of Nsanje district have maintained their cultural practices within the context of HIV and AIDS. There are multiple sexual partners involved in the sexual rituals which increase high risk of the spread of HIV and sexual intercourse is used in most rituals as a tool for purification. The key cultural practices that have been maintained are widow cleansing, widow inheritance, bonus wife, fisi (hyena) custom, polygamy and bzyade. It is a great challenge for church and the community to modify or discourage these cultural practices because some of the people in Nsanje district claim that these cultural practices have been practiced since the existence of their forefathers in Nsanje district. The community together with the church should take strong stand in responding to the cultural practices in an attempt to combat the spread of HIV.

Anbieter: Dodax AT
Stand: 27.01.2020
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Cultural Practices, HIV and AIDS and the church...
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This research focuses on the cultural practices in relation to the spread of HIV among the Sena people of the Nsanje district in Malawi. The concern of the study is the high prevalence rate of HIV in the Nsanje district which is 35% higher than in any other district in Malawi. People of Nsanje district have maintained their cultural practices within the context of HIV and AIDS. There are multiple sexual partners involved in the sexual rituals which increase high risk of the spread of HIV and sexual intercourse is used in most rituals as a tool for purification. The key cultural practices that have been maintained are widow cleansing, widow inheritance, bonus wife, fisi (hyena) custom, polygamy and bzyade. It is a great challenge for church and the community to modify or discourage these cultural practices because some of the people in Nsanje district claim that these cultural practices have been practiced since the existence of their forefathers in Nsanje district. The community together with the church should take strong stand in responding to the cultural practices in an attempt to combat the spread of HIV.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 27.01.2020
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The Impact of HIV/AIDS on Labour Force in Tanzania
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HIV/AIDS scorge presents various challenges in all aspects of Development in developing countries Tanzania in particular hence the future availability of Labour Force will depend on Demographic impact of the disease. This study investigates the Impacts of HIV/AIDS on Labour force in Tanzania, the case of Makete District. Recognizing the Important role that Education sector can play to reduce risk of losing Labour Force the study involved 148 respondents from selected institutions in three wards of Makete District. The study shows that HIV/AIDS has tremendous effects in the District. The Respondents have reported that HIV/AIDS has caused various impacts on Labour Force in Education sector such as increased orphans, absenteeism from work places, loss of morale, recruitment costs and training costs. It was also noted out that HIV/AIDS has become a problem in Education sector and big percentage of students and teachers are at risks of being infected with HIV.AIDS.

Anbieter: Dodax AT
Stand: 27.01.2020
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Knowledge and Attitudes of Youth Towards HCT Se...
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HIV&AIDS Counselling and Testing (HCT) services have for long been seen as an intervention towards HIV prevention. The major objective of this study is to establish the Knowledge and Attitudes of youth towards HCT services in Lira district, Uganda. The study tried to establish the knowledge of the youth on HIV&AIDS and HCT services, to identify the attitudes of the youth towards HCT services and to find out the strategies for improving HCT uptake among the youth. A cross section study design was used to collect quantitative and qualitative data from 112 youth. Quantitative data was collected by the use of semi-structure questionnaire on youth between 15-24 years while qualitative data was obtained using key informant interviews and focus group discussions. The findings show that most youth are knowledgeable about HIV&AIDS and HCT services because they can identify modes of HIV transmission and where to obtain HCT services. Youth in school were more likely to have heard about HIV and AIDS compared to the youth out of school. The study shows that youth have both positive and negative attitudes towards HCT services.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 27.01.2020
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The Impact of HIV/AIDS on Labour Force in Tanzania
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HIV/AIDS scorge presents various challenges in all aspects of Development in developing countries Tanzania in particular hence the future availability of Labour Force will depend on Demographic impact of the disease. This study investigates the Impacts of HIV/AIDS on Labour force in Tanzania, the case of Makete District. Recognizing the Important role that Education sector can play to reduce risk of losing Labour Force the study involved 148 respondents from selected institutions in three wards of Makete District. The study shows that HIV/AIDS has tremendous effects in the District. The Respondents have reported that HIV/AIDS has caused various impacts on Labour Force in Education sector such as increased orphans, absenteeism from work places, loss of morale, recruitment costs and training costs. It was also noted out that HIV/AIDS has become a problem in Education sector and big percentage of students and teachers are at risks of being infected with HIV.AIDS.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 27.01.2020
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NEED FOR INFORMATION ON HIV/AIDS AMONG TEENAGER...
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The principal research objective of this study was to assess the information that teenagers in Thika rural district of Kenya are aware of as it relates to HIV/AIDS. The research has helped reveal ways to help optimize existing information inputs in schools on HIV/AIDS among teenagers. The main rationale in this study is that the marginal cost of preventing and treating HIV/AIDS goes up with the rate of incidence while the actual implementation problems are due to the lack of coordination between agencies involved in HIV/AIDS prevention. Conducted as a qualitative study, the study utilized two focus groups comprised of teenagers aged between 14 and 19 years old from rural Thika District, Kenya. The two groups, which had ten participants each, were divided into female and male who were interviewed in two separate meetings.

Anbieter: Dodax AT
Stand: 27.01.2020
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