The Role Of Behavioural Change In Mitigating Hiv/Aids In Makindye Divison, Kamp Ala City

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Table of contents

DECLARATION ................................................................................................................... i

APPROVAL ......................................................................................................................... ii

ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS ............................................................................ vi

DEDICATION .................................................................................................................... vii

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS .............................................................................................. viii

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................. I

1.2 Statement of the Proble1n .................................................................................................. 2

1.3 Justification for the Study ................................................................................................. 3

1.4 Objectives of the study ..................................................................................................... 4

1.4.1 Broad Objective ............................................................................................................. 4

1.5 Research Questions .......................................................................................................... 4

1.6 Theoretical Fra1nework ..................................................................................................... 4

1. 7 Operational Definition of Terms Abstinence: .................................................................... 6

CHAPTER TWO:

LITERATURE REVIEW ....................................................................................................... 7

2.1.1 Gender and HIV and AIDS ............................................................................................ 8

2. 7.1 National Policies for HIV Prevention ........................................................................... 19

2. 9 Summary of the Literature Review ................................................................................. 22

CHAPTER THREE:

MATERIALS AND METHODS ....................................................................................... 24

3.0 Introduction .................................................................................................................... 24

3.1 Study Design .................................................................................................................. 24

3.2 Study Area ..................................................................................................................... 24

3.3 Target Population ........................................................................................................... 24

3.4 Sample Size and Sampling Procedure ............................................................................. 25

3 .5 Inclusion Criteria ............................................................................................................ 25

3.6 Exclusion Criteria ........................................................................................................... 25

3.7 Research Instruments and Data Collection Procedures .................................................... 25

3.8 Pilot study ...................................................................................................................... 25

3.8.1 Data Management and Quality Control.. ...................................................................... 26

3.8.2 Data Analysis .............................................................................................................. 26

3.9 Ethical Considerations .................................................................................................... 26

CHAPTER FOUR

PRESENTATION OF_RESULTS, INTERPRESENTAION AND DESCRIPTION ...... 27

4.0 Introduction .................................................................................................................... 27

4.2.1: Religion of Respondents ............................................................................................. 28

4.2.2: Respondents' Use of Leisure Time ............................................................................. 28

4.3: Socio-Demographic Factors .......................................................................................... 29

4.3.1: Involve1nent in Sex ..................................................................................................... 29

4.3.2: Involvement in Sex on the Basis of Gender ................................................................ 30

4.3.3: Age at First Sexual Intercourse ................................................................................... 30

4.3.4: Last Date of Sexual Intercourse .................................................................................. 31

4.3.5: Number of sexual partners .......................................................................................... 32

4.3.6: Use of Condom during Last Sexual Intercourse .......................................................... 33

4.3.7: Frequency ofCondo1n Usage ...................................................................................... 33

4.3.9.1: Perception on Persistent Use of Condom ................................................................. 35

4.3.9.2: Perception on Abstinence from Sex ......................................................................... 36

4.4 Knowledge on HIV and AIDS ........................................................................................ 36

4.4.1: Factors Predisposing Adolescents to HIV/ AIDS ......................................................... 37

4.4.2: Knowledge about HIV/AIDS ...................................................................................... 38

4.5: Behavior Programs Targeted at Adolescents .................................................................. 39

4.5.2: Most effective Behavioral Programs Targeted at the Youth ....................................... .40

4.5.3: Knowledge about Voluntary Counseling and Testing (VCT) ..................................... .4 I

4.5.4: Services Offered at VCT Centers ................................................................................ 41

4.5.5: Voluntary Counseling and Testing within Twelve Months .......................................... 42

4.5.6: Knowledge about Youth Friendly Services ................................................................. 43

4.5.6: Source oflnformation about Youth Friendly Services ................................................ .44

4.5.7.: Activities Related to HIV Prevention Undertaken in School ...................................... 44

4.5.8.: The Fear to Know their HIV Status ............................................................................ 45

4.5.9: Knowledge of HIV Status ........................................................................................... 46

4.6: Reasons for Wanting to Know HIV Status ..................................................................... 46

4.7 Relationship between Gender and Behavior Change for Prevention of the Spread of

HIV/AIDS ............................................................................................................................ 47

4.8 The Influence of Prevention Efforts Targeted at Adolescents and Behavior Change for

HIV and AIDS Prevention .................................................................................................... 48

4.9 Relationship between Knowledge of HIV/AIDS Prevention on Behavior Change ........... 49

4.10 Discussions of the Results ........................................................................................... 50

CHAPTER FIVE

SUMMARYOF FINDINGS, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS ............. 60

5.1 Summary of Findings ..................................................................................................... 60

5.2Conclusions ..................................................................................................................... 61

5. 3 Recommendations ........................................................................................................... 61

REFERENCES ................................................................................................................... 63

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APA

SSA, R (2021). The Role Of Behavioural Change In Mitigating Hiv/Aids In Makindye Divison, Kamp Ala City. Afribary.com: Retrieved June 23, 2021, from https://afribary.com/works/the-role-of-behavioural-change-in-mitigating-hiv-aids-in-makindye-divison-kamp-ala-city

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Research, SSA. "The Role Of Behavioural Change In Mitigating Hiv/Aids In Makindye Divison, Kamp Ala City" Afribary.com. Afribary.com, 11 Jun. 2021, https://afribary.com/works/the-role-of-behavioural-change-in-mitigating-hiv-aids-in-makindye-divison-kamp-ala-city . Accessed 23 Jun. 2021.

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Research, SSA. "The Role Of Behavioural Change In Mitigating Hiv/Aids In Makindye Divison, Kamp Ala City". Afribary.com, Afribary.com, 11 Jun. 2021. Web. 23 Jun. 2021. < https://afribary.com/works/the-role-of-behavioural-change-in-mitigating-hiv-aids-in-makindye-divison-kamp-ala-city >.

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Research, SSA. "The Role Of Behavioural Change In Mitigating Hiv/Aids In Makindye Divison, Kamp Ala City" Afribary.com (2021). Accessed June 23, 2021. https://afribary.com/works/the-role-of-behavioural-change-in-mitigating-hiv-aids-in-makindye-divison-kamp-ala-city