EFFECTS OF VITAMIN A DEFICIENCY AMONG PUPILS

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ABSTRACT
Vitamin ‘A’ is a one of the most important vitamins which plays a vital role in normal vision. This is aimed to find out the causes of vitamin ‘A’ deficiency among children; to find out the measures of preventing and controlling vitamin ‘A’ deficiency and also to health educate people on important of giving the children vitamin ‘A’ in their meals. The main scope of the research project is limited only to the effects of vitamin ‘A’ deficiency among pupils of Funtua Model primary School, Funtua Local Government Area Katsina State. The research method adopted was descriptive research method and Questionnaire was used in the research work for uniform data collection. The research findings which were obtained through the method of data collection applied showed that the majority of the respondents representing 98% are agreed the vitamin ‘A’ can help in growth and development of the children; However, as regards to the awareness and knowledge of the respondents 86% strongly agreed that immunization and supplementation of vitamin ‘A’ can prevent vitamin ‘A’ deficiency. The study has also found most of the respondents accounting 91.8% agreed that vitamin ‘A’ deficiency is a major cause of non-accidental blindness and also another finding showed that few of the respondents representing 6.2% disagreed that vitamin ‘A’ deficiency is a major cause of non-accidental blindness.


TABLE OF CONTENTS
Cover Page    i
Declaration    ii
Approval Sheet    iii
Dedication    iv
Acknowledgement    v
Table of Contents    vi
Abstract        viii 
CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION
1.1 Introduction    
1 1.2 Background of the Study   
1 1.3 Statement of the Problem    3 
1.4 Purpose/Objectives of the Study    4 
1.5 Significance of the Study    4
1.6 Research Question/Hypothesis    5 
1.6.1 Research Hypothesis    5
1.7 Scope and Limitation of the Study  6 
1.8 Definition of Terms                                                                            7

CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW
2.1 Introduction    8 
2.2 Literature Review    8 
2.3 Vitamin A    11 
2.4 Sources of Vitamin A    14 
2.5 Functions of Vitamin A    14 
2.6 Vitamin A Deficiency    15
2.7 Causes of Vitamin A Deficiency    17
2.8 Clinical Features of Vitamin A Deficiency    17 2
.9 Treatment of Vitamin A Deficiency    18 
2.10 Prevention of Vitamin A Deficiency    19


CHAPTER THREE: METHODOLOGY
3.1 Introduction    22 
3.2 Research Design    22 
3.3 Area the Study    26 
3.4 Population    26 
3.5 Sample and Sampling Techniques    27 
3.6 Instrument Used for Data Analysis    27 
3.7 Validity and Reliability of the Instrument    28 
3.8 Method of Data Analysis    28 
3.9 Pilot Testing    28

CHAPTER FOUR: DATA PRESENTATION
4.1 Introduction 29 
4.2 Data Presentation and Analysis   29

CHAPTER FIVE: SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS
5.1 Introduction    38 
5.2 Summary     38 
5.3 Conclusion/Findings 40 
5.4 Recommendations/Implications    41 
5.5 Suggestion for Further Studies  42 
References    43 
Appendix   44

EFFECTS OF VITAMIN A DEFICIENCY AMONG PUPILS
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    Type Project
    Department Community health
    Project ID COH0001
    Fee ₦5,000 ($14)
    Chapters 5 Chapters
    No of Pages 77 Pages
    Methodology Statistical Analysis
    Reference YES
    Format Microsoft Word

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