The study sought to examine the impact of faith based organizations in HIV/AIDS and support in
Kamwokya, Kampala. The study objectives were; to identify the impact of healing by faith based
organization towards HIV/AIDS care and support in Kamwokya, Kampala, to establish the
impact of prevention and HIV testing by faith based organization towards HIV/AIDS care and
support in Kamwokya, Kampala and to examine the impact of social support by faith based
organization towards HIV/AIDS care and support in Kamwokya, Kampala. The study applied a
casual research design to reflect aspects of perception, feelings, experiences, facts and emotional
feelings of the study respondents on the study topic. Casual research design was used to study
the effects that one variable has on another. This research design determined how dependent
variables were influenced by changes to independent variables. This was an investigation into an
issue or topic that looks at the effect of one thing or variable on another. This was because the
research questions that were generated necessitate observing explanatory. descriptive and
analytical aspects of the research, Top authorities of the 2 selected Faith Based Organisations in
Kaniwokya gave the number of staff going up to 58. Thus, the study population involved 19
participants where 5 guidance and counseling officials, 3 top managers and 11 other staff of
Faith Based Organisations who were available. The study involved a total of 58 respondents
from Faith Based Organisations. Data was collected from primary and secondary sources using
questionnaires and interviews, and well-answered questionnaire were organized into for
meaningful interpretation by sorting and editing. The data was presented in tabular form, pie
charts and bar graphs with frequencies and percentages. The study findings revealed that the
sample constituted of 50 respondents of which 66% were males and the 34% remaining were
females. This implies that males are the majority. This implies that the most respondents were
men since most Faith based organizations usually employ men. The study concludes that BOs.
most specifically religious congregations. have been recognized for their potential to provide
mental and phisical health programming. Their capacity to reach underserved populations
experiencing the nation’s worst health inequalities have led to initiatives promoting their
involvement in health programming. The study recommends that FBOs need to strengthen their
capacity to educate young people in a more holistic way about sexuality and HIV prevention.
Furthermore, FBOs should also consider educating and creating awareness on the risks of
multiple relationships particularly to those men whose risky behaviour is culturally bound.
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