VOLUNTARY COUNSELLING AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ON CAREER SUCCESS AMONG FEMALE WORKERS LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS IN KAMPALA CENTRAL DIVISION

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ABSTRACT United Nations Joint Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS)/ Wold Health Organisation (WHO) statistics estimate that 33 million people worldwide are infected with HIV. Women face the greatest risk of acquiring HIV due to substantial mucosal exposure to seminal fluids, prevalence of non-consensual sex and sex without condom use. Studies by WHO (2006), there is a positive relationship between sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and domestic violence. The studies indicate that there is a reciprocal relationship between sexual violence and HIV/AIDS, pointing out that sexual violence exemplifies a smaller aspect of domestic violence. Through sexual exploitation of women, they are exposed to one of the most extended forms of gender violence which is a factor in the spread of HIV/AIDS. A research study by Wandera (2008) in one of the districts of Uganda showed that 35 volunteer couples were invited for voluntary counselling and were oriented on couple dialogue techniques to avert gender based violence, and subsequently were counselled. The research revealed that couples that received HIV counselling were more likely not to experience domestic violence. Wandera’s study however, did not address the effects of voluntary counselling and domestic violence on career success among female workers living with HIV/AIDS, a gap that this study seeks to address. The study was majorly guided by three research questions and these were as follows; What are the effects of voluntary counselling on career success of female workers in Kampala Central Division?

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Declaration A ii

Declaration B iii

Approval Sheet iv

Dedication v

Acknowledgement vi

Table of contents vii

List of tales x

List of figures xi

Abstract 1

Chapter Page

One THE PROBLEM AND ITS SCOPE 4

Back ground to the study. 4

Problem Statement 6

General objective of The study 7

Specific Objectives of The Study 8

Research Questions 8

Significance of The Study 9

Scope of The Study 10

Operational Definitions 11

Two REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE 12

Introduction 12

Conceptual frame work 12

Theoretical Frame Work 13

Voluntary Counselling 16

Pre-Test Counselling 18

VII

Post-Test Counselling 19

Domestic Violence 20

Career Success 26

Employability 28

Employee Recognition 30

Life Satisfaction 31

Three METHODOLOGY 33

Research Design 33

Research Population 34

Sample Size 34

Sampling Techniques and Sampling Procedure 35

Research Instruments 36

Validity 37

Reliability 37

Data Gathering Methods 38

Procedure of Data Collection 38

Data Analysis 38

Ethical Considerations 39

Limitations OF the Study 39

Four PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA

Background information 41

Effects of voluntary Counselling and Domestic

Violence on Career success 62

Five DISCUSSION, SUMMARY, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMENDATION

Findings 64

Summary 69

Conclusion 73

Recommendations 73



VOLUNTARY COUNSELLING AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ON CAREER SUCCESS AMONG FEMALE WORKERS LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS IN KAMPALA CENTRAL DIVISION
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