The Impact Of Menstraution On Girl Child Education: A Case Study Of Alen Du Primary School, Kisumu-Keny A.

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TABLE OF CONTENT

DECLARA'fION .................................................................................................................. i

i\PPR_OVi\L ........................................................................................................................ ii

l)f:iDJC1-\"fION .................................................................................................................. iii

l\CI(NO\VLEDGElVlENT .................................................................................................. iv

"fABLE OF CONTEN'f ...................................................................................................... v

LIST OF TABLES .......................................................................................................... viii

LIST OF FIGURES ............................................................................................................ ix

A.BS'fl\_AC'f ........................................................................................................................ x

ClfAP'fER ONE ................................................................................................................ 1

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

1.1.1 Background to the study ............................................................................................. 3

1.2 Statement of the problem .............................................................................................. 3

1.3 Objectives of the study .................................................................................................. 4

1.4 Research questions ........................................................................................................ 4

1.5. Scope of the study ........................................................................................................ 5

1.6 Significance of the study ............................................................................................... 5

CllAPl'Ell l'W() ............................................................................................................... 6

l .. l'fERA'l'lJilE llEVIEW ................................................................................................. 6

2.1 Introduction ................................................................................................................... 6

2.2 Menstruation and Education ........................................................................................ I 0

CllAP'fER ·r1-IREE ........................................................................................................ 17

ME'rI-IODOl .. ()GY .......................................................................................................... 17

3.1 I)esign .......................................................................................................................... 17

3 .2 Population .................................................................................................................... l 7

3.3 San1pling Procedure .................................................................................................... 17

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3 .4 Data collection ............................................................................................................. 18

3.5 Data analysis ................................................................................................................ 18

3.6 Ethical consideration ................................................................................................... 19

CHAPTER FOUR ........................................................................................................... 20

DATA PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION .......................... 20

4 .1 Introduction ................................................................................................................. 20

4.1.1 Demographic characteristics ofhousehold ............................................................... 20

4.1.2 Educational levels ..................................................................................................... 21

4.1.3 J{eligion .................................................................................................................... 21

4. l .4 Educational level of parents or guardians ................................................................ 22

4.1.5 Parents· and guardians' occupation .......................................................................... 23

4.1.6 Living Roon1s ........................................................................................................... 24

4.1.7 Ownership status in housing ..................................................................................... 25

4.1.8 Ownership of media (Television set and LCD) ........................................................ 26

4.2 Source of water ............................................................................................................ 27

4.3 Where you wash your body ......................................................................................... 28

4.4 Age at Menstruation .................................................................................................... 29

4.5 Knovvledge about menstruation ................................................................................... 30

4.6 Source or advice on menstruation and communication ............................................... 31

4. 7 Menstruation Experience ............................................................................................. 34

4.8 A.bsentccisn1 ................................................................................................................ 37

4.9 Sanitation and hygiene .............................................................................................. 39

CllAP'fEll FIVE ............................................................................................................. 41

CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS .......................................................... 41

5.1 CONCLUSION ...........................................................................................................

41REFERENCES .................................................................................................................. 43

f\PPENDICES ................................................................................................................... 47

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B.SAGERO, MILLICENT . "The Impact Of Menstraution On Girl Child Education: A Case Study Of Alen Du Primary School, Kisumu-Keny A." Afribary (2021). Accessed September 19, 2021. https://afribary.com/works/the-impact-of-menstraution-on-girl-child-education-a-case-study-of-alen-du-primary-school-kisumu-keny-a