DRUG ABUSE AND YOUTH DEVELOPMENT IN NORTHERN DIVISION IGANGA MUNICIPALITY UGANDA

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The original aim was establish the impacts of drug abuse and the youth development in Northern Division, Iganga Municipality Uganda whose specific objectives were to establish the causes of drug abuse among the youth in Iganga Municipality, Northern Division, to identify the effects of drng abuse, c01mnon signs and symptoms among the youth in Iganga municipality, No1ihem Division, to examine the possible strategies to curb drug abuse among the youth in Northern Division, Iganga Municipality Uganda The study was. ,r;;onducted in Northern Division, Iganga Municipality. The study focused on the period bi::twt::cn May and August 2018. The study was descriptive and cross sectional in natuft:. The sampling approach was simple random approach and primary data was based on because it was intended to obtain data directly from the sampled respondents in order to prove the reliability. The study involved the community members were above 18 years, and the community leaders within Northern Division, Iganga Municipality human. The respondents were selected irrespective of their social-economic status. A total of 40 respondents were interviewed and data was analyzed by editing, coding and classification of the themes into tabulated tables that based on frequencies, and percentages aimed at analyzing the data and later binding followed. And lastly the data that was obtained indicated that drug abuse among the youth in Iganga Municipality, Northern Division still a serious problem that should be handled seriously if the society is to have a meaningful young abled youth in Iganga Municipality ant the Country at large.

DRUG ABUSE AND YOUTH DEVELOPMENT IN NORTHERN DIVISION IGANGA MUNICIPALITY UGANDA
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    Type Project
    Department Development Studies
    Project ID DVS0053
    Fee ₦5,000 ($14)
    No of Pages 48 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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