The Factors Affecting The Utilization Of Safe Male Circumcision's As HIV Preventive Strategy In Mitooma District, Western Uganda.

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DEDICATION:................................................................................................................................................................ III

TABLE OF CONTENTS ...................................................................................................................................................... VI

LIST OF FIGURES........................................................................................................................................................... VII

CHAPTER ONE:................................................................................................................................................... 1

INTRODUCTION.................................................................................................................................................. 1

1.1 BACKGROUND. .................................................................................................................................................1

1.2 PROBLEM STATEMENT .......................................................................................................................................1

1.3 STUDY JUSTIFICATION................................................................................................................................................2

1.4 STUDY OBJECTIVES ...................................................................................................................................................2

1.5 RESEARCH QUESTIONS...............................................................................................................................................3

1.6 STUDY SCOPE ..........................................................................................................................................................3

1.7 CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK .................................................................................................................................4

1.7.2 NARRATIVE OF THE CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK............................................................................................................4

CHAPTER TWO: .................................................................................................................................................. 6

LITERATURE REVIEW. ........................................................................................................................................ 6

CHAPTER THREE:...............................................................................................................................................10

STUDY METHODOLOGY.....................................................................................................................................10

3.1 INTRODUCTION. .....................................................................................................................................................10

3.2 STUDY DESIGN AND RATIONALE .................................................................................................................................10

3.3 STUDY AREA..........................................................................................................................................................10

3.4 STUDY POPULATION................................................................................................................................................10

3.5 SAMPLING METHODS...............................................................................................................................................10

3.5.1 INCLUSION CRITERIA.............................................................................................................................................11

3.5.2 EXCLUSION CRITERIA ............................................................................................................................................11

3.6: SAMPLE SIZE DETERMINATION. .................................................................................................................................11

3.7. DATA COLLECTION METHODS. ..................................................................................................................................12

3.8. QUALITY CONTROL.................................................................................................................................................12

3.9 DATA MANAGEMENT...............................................................................................................................................12

3.10 DATA ANALYSIS AND PRESENTATIONS .......................................................................................................................13

3.11. ETHICAL CONSIDERATION. .....................................................................................................................................13

3.12: STUDY LIMITATION AND MITIGATION STRATEGIES......................................................................................................13

CHAPTER FOUR: ................................................................................................................................................14

STUDY FINDINGS .........................................................................................................................................14

4.1 SOCIO DEMOGRAPHIC DATA......................................................................................................................................14

5.1 DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS..............................................................................................................................20

5.1.1 AGE ..................................................................................................................................................................20

5.1.2: MARITAL STATUS...............................................................................................................................................20

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5.1.3 RELIGION...........................................................................................................................................................21

5.1.4 EDUCATIONAL LEVEL ............................................................................................................................................21

5.2.0 PROPORTION OF CIRCUMCISED MEN.......................................................................................................................21

5.2.1 DISTRIBUTION OF CIRCUMCISED RESPONDENTS .........................................................................................................21

5.2.2 DISTRIBUTION OF RESPONDENTS UTILIZING SMC. .....................................................................................................22

5.3.0 BARRIERS TO SMC ..............................................................................................................................................22

5.3.1 DISTRIBUTION OF RESPONDENTS BY SMC ADVANTAGES. ............................................................................................22

5.3.2 DISTRIBUTION OF RESPONDENTS BY SMC DISADVANTAGES.........................................................................................23

5.3.3 DISTRIBUTION OF RESPONDENTS BY CULTURAL ACCEPTANCE. ......................................................................................23

CHAPTER SIX: CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION......................................................................................25

6.1 CONCLUSION .........................................................................................................................................................25

6.2 RECOMMENDATIONS...............................................................................................................................................25

AT THE COMMUNITY LEVEL. ..........................................................................................................................................25

AT DISTRICT LEVEL. .......................................................................................................................................................25

AT NATIONAL LEVEL. .....................................................................................................................................................26

APPENDICES.............................................................................................................................................................27

APPENDIX I: DATA COLLECTION TOOL....................................................................................................................27

REFERENCES......................................................................................................................................................28

APPENDIX II: WORK PLAN..............................................................................................................................................30

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PATRICK, O (2022). The Factors Affecting The Utilization Of Safe Male Circumcision's As HIV Preventive Strategy In Mitooma District, Western Uganda.. Afribary. Retrieved from https://afribary.com/works/the-factors-affecting-the-utilization-of-safe-male-circumcision-s-as-hiv-preventive-strategy-in-mitooma-district-western-uganda

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PATRICK, OLOYA "The Factors Affecting The Utilization Of Safe Male Circumcision's As HIV Preventive Strategy In Mitooma District, Western Uganda." Afribary. Afribary, 13 Jun. 2022, https://afribary.com/works/the-factors-affecting-the-utilization-of-safe-male-circumcision-s-as-hiv-preventive-strategy-in-mitooma-district-western-uganda. Accessed 10 Aug. 2022.

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PATRICK, OLOYA . "The Factors Affecting The Utilization Of Safe Male Circumcision's As HIV Preventive Strategy In Mitooma District, Western Uganda.". Afribary, Afribary, 13 Jun. 2022. Web. 10 Aug. 2022. < https://afribary.com/works/the-factors-affecting-the-utilization-of-safe-male-circumcision-s-as-hiv-preventive-strategy-in-mitooma-district-western-uganda >.

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PATRICK, OLOYA . "The Factors Affecting The Utilization Of Safe Male Circumcision's As HIV Preventive Strategy In Mitooma District, Western Uganda." Afribary (2022). Accessed August 10, 2022. https://afribary.com/works/the-factors-affecting-the-utilization-of-safe-male-circumcision-s-as-hiv-preventive-strategy-in-mitooma-district-western-uganda