ABSTRACT The study is sought to investigate Television and Promotion of Girl Child Education in Uganda: A Case Study of NBS Television, Kampala Uganda, the aim of this research study therefore was followed by the following objectives: (i) to assess the contribution of television towards girl child education in Uganda: a case study of NBS Television, (ii) To establish the challenges hindering girl child in acquiring education in Uganda: NBS Television, (iii) to suggest the strategies that have been put in place to promote girl child education in Uganda NBS Television, and (iv) to determine the relationship between television and promotion of girl child education. The study employed descriptive design. The design was done based on the quantitative research approach on the respondents in NBS TV, Uganda. The quantitative research design was used to enable the provision of information in numerical values for attaining the strength of the study required. Furthermore the study used a sample size of 45 respondents. The study findings indicated that it was generally established that education for girls may have the highest return investment in the developing world. As girls who go to school can transform societies as their sons and daughters and grandsons and granddaughters reap the benefits. On the challenges Findings discovered that girls mostly face a challenge of gender imbalances in schools and at home. The findings revealed that; civic education, advocacy on higher education, involve women in decision-making, equal employment opportunities. It was basically emphasized that community sensitization on cultural beliefs and practices will be critical in ensuring that parents send girls to schools. Basing on the findings, the researcher thus concludes that girl child education is very important to economic development. Many women have established various business and have helped fellow women groups succeed by helping them forming their own small businesses which in turn help them to cater for their families basic needs and well-being eventually leading to development. Lastly from the study findings and conclusion it was recommended that the government and the civil society have much work to do together to continue to raise the awareness at community and local levels on the importance of education for girls, and for the imposition of harsher penalties for sexual abuse and harassment. There should be reinforcement of the legislation on the re-entry to schools for girls who have dropped out of school because of pregnancy, and innovative programs addressing the threat posed by HIV/AIDS must be supported.
DAVID, N (2022). Television and Promotion of Girl Child Education in Uganda: A Case Study of Nbs Television, Kampala Uganda. Afribary. Retrieved from https://afribary.com/works/television-and-promotion-of-girl-child-education-in-uganda-a-case-study-of-nbs-television-kampala-uganda
DAVID, NAMUSUTI "Television and Promotion of Girl Child Education in Uganda: A Case Study of Nbs Television, Kampala Uganda" Afribary. Afribary, 11 Sep. 2022, https://afribary.com/works/television-and-promotion-of-girl-child-education-in-uganda-a-case-study-of-nbs-television-kampala-uganda. Accessed 29 Mar. 2023.
DAVID, NAMUSUTI . "Television and Promotion of Girl Child Education in Uganda: A Case Study of Nbs Television, Kampala Uganda". Afribary, Afribary, 11 Sep. 2022. Web. 29 Mar. 2023. < https://afribary.com/works/television-and-promotion-of-girl-child-education-in-uganda-a-case-study-of-nbs-television-kampala-uganda >.
DAVID, NAMUSUTI . "Television and Promotion of Girl Child Education in Uganda: A Case Study of Nbs Television, Kampala Uganda" Afribary (2022). Accessed March 29, 2023. https://afribary.com/works/television-and-promotion-of-girl-child-education-in-uganda-a-case-study-of-nbs-television-kampala-uganda