ALCOHOLISM AND PREVALENCE OF HIV/AIDS INFECTIONS AMONG THE YOUTH IN LWA DISTRICT A CASE STUDY OF LIRA REGIONAL REFERRAL HOSPITAL

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

DECLARATION I

DEDICATION li

APPROVAL iii

LIST OF ABBRIVIATIONS iv

TABLE OF CONTENTS vi

ABSTRACT viii

CHAPTER ONE 1

INTRODUCTION 1

1.2 Problem Statement 5

1.2.2 Purpose of the study 6

1.3 Objective 6

1.3.1. General objective 6

1.3.2. Specific objectives 6

1.4. Research questions 6

1.5. Hypothesis 7

1.6. Geographical scope 7

1.7. Time scope 7

1.8 Content scope 7

1.9. Significance of the study 8

1.10. Operational defmition of key words 8

CHAPTER TWO 10

LITERATURE REVIEW 10

2.1. Concepts, opinion and ideas on~ 10

2.1.1. Alcoholism 10

2.1.2. HIV/AIDs 14

2.1.3. CAUSES OF HIV/AIDS 16

2.2. Relationship between alcoholism and HW/AIDs 17

2.3. Related studies on alcoholism and HWIAIDs 21

3.0. CHAPTER THREE 24

3.1 .Research Design ...... 25

3,2. Target population ... 25

3.7. Data analysis procedure 26

3.8 Ethical consideration 26

4.0. CHAPTER FOUR 27

4:1.0 Data Analysis 28

CHAPTER FWE 37

5.1.1 DISCUSSIONS 37

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5.L2SUMMARY .39

5.2 CONCLUSION 39

5.2.1 RECOMMENDATIONS 40

5.2.2 Reference 43

ABSTRACT This research report was set out to investigate the relationship between HIV/AIDs and alcoholism among the youth in lira district. The study employed time series survey data since the examined data was for a short time, i.e. on quarterly basis. (2014-2018). its objectives were; to determine the prevalence rate of HIV/AIDs, to establish the causes of HIV/A1Ds in lira district, to show the relationship between alcoholism and HIV/A1Ds in lira district. The hypothesis of the study was there is a significant relationship between alcoholism and the prevalence of HIV/AIDs among the youth in lira district. A time series analysis such as Correlation analysis, regression analysis mechanisms were used. The trend of HIV and alcoholism rate showed a general increase. Using the correlation, regression approach, there was a weak negative correlation between AIDs infections and alcoholism. (r=-0.25 1), there was a relationship between HIV/AIDs and alcoholism at 0.05 level of significance). In conclusion therefore both HIV and alcoholism has general increase and prevalence rate has shown by the time series trend; there is a relationship between alcoholism and HIV/AIDs.

ALCOHOLISM AND PREVALENCE OF HIV/AIDS INFECTIONS AMONG THE YOUTH IN LWA DISTRICT A CASE STUDY OF LIRA REGIONAL REFERRAL HOSPITAL
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