COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT IN THE CONTROL AND MANAGEMENT OF HIV/AIDS IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF NATIONAL REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH PLAN IN PLATEAU STATE

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The study examined the community involvement in the control and management of HIV/AIDS in the implementation of national reproductive health plan in Plateau State. Community involvement, control and management constitute the dependent variables. While the demographic characteristics of age, gender, religion, marital status, location, ethnicity, educational qualification and income level constitutes the independent variables. As the information required to achieve this study was already available, ex-post factor research design(non-experimental) was used. In this design a questionnaire was developed and administered on a selected sample. The information thus collected was statistically analyzed to test the hypotheses of the study. Purposive sampling technique was used in each of the 3 voluntary counseling and testing centres of each senatorial district in the state. To achieve this study, a questionnaire with 43 statements in 3 sections was developed. A total of three hundred(300)subjects were selected at random from three

(3)senatorial districts of Plateau State, to serve as the respondents(population) in the study. Out of the 300, 287 respondents returned their questionnaires. They included women group, religious and youth groups. The data thus collected was statistically analyzed using descriptive statistics to test the hypotheses of the study in the involvement of the communities in the control and management of HIV/AIDS.The results are revealed below:

1.The involvement of communities in plateau state in the control ofHIV/AIDS was not significant.

2.The involvement of communities in plateau state in the management ofHIV/AIDS was not significant.

3.The involvement of communities in the different senatorial district of the state in their control of HIV/AIDS was not significant.

4.The involvement of communities in the different senatorial districts of the state in their management of HIV/AIDS was significant.

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title page..............i

Declaration..............ii

Certification..............iii

Dedication..............iv

Acknowledgement............v

Abstract..............vii

Table of Contents............ix

List of Tables............xiii

List of Abbreviations..........xiv

Operational Definition of Terms.......xvii

CHAPTERONE

1.1 Introduction............1

1.2 Statement of the Problem........9

1.3 Significance of the Study........13

1.4 Purpose of the Study........16

1.5 Major Hypothesis..........17

1.5.1 Sub-Hypothesis I..........18

1.5.2 Sub-HypothesisII..........18

1.5.3 Sub-HypothesisIII..........18

1.5.4 Sub-Hypothesis IV:........18

1.6 Basic Assumption..........18

1.7 Research Questions........19

1.8 Delimitations of the Study......20

1.9 Limitation of the Study........20

CHAPTER TWO

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

2.1 Introduction............25

2.2 The Promotion, Political Commitment and Support of the Communities in the Control And Management of HIV/AIDS.....26

2.3 Community Participation and the Promotion of Health Seeking Behaviour in the Control and Management of HIV/AIDS......33

2.4 The Involvement of Communities in the Expansion of Access to HIV/AIDS Control Services and the Quality........44

2.5 Community Participation and the Strengthening of Capacity for Management of HIV/AIDS..49

2.5.1 Strengthening Sustainability of Reproductive Service............55

2.5.2 Strengthening the Referred System....58

2.5.3 Management Information System by the Community in the Promotion of Reproductive Health............59

2.5.4 Improving Logistics and supply....61

2.6 The Influence of Community Participation on the Promotion of Research on HIV/AIDS63

CHAPTER THREE RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

3.1 Introduction............65

3.2 The Research Design........65

3.3 The Population..........66

3.4 The Sample............67

3.4.1 Sampling Techniques (Procedures)....69

3.5 The Instrument..........69

3.5.1 Development of the Instrument......69

3.5.2 Validation of the Instrument......69

3.6 Administration of questionnaire......70

3.7 Statistical Techniques........71

CHAPTER FOUR

RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

4.1 Introduction............73

4.2 Results............73

4.3 Major Hypothesis..........77

4.3.1 Sub-Hypothesis............77

4.3.2 Sub-Hypothesis..........78

4.3.3 Sub-Hypothesis..........79

4.3.4 Sub-Hypothesis..........81

4.4 Discussions............84

CHAPTER FIVE

SUMMARY, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

5.1 Summary............95

5.2 Conclusions............98

5.3 Recommendations..........99

References..............100

Appendix..............103

 

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT IN THE CONTROL AND MANAGEMENT OF HIV/AIDS IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF NATIONAL REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH PLAN IN PLATEAU STATE
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