Project Topic on CHILD HEALTH CARE AND INFANT MORTALITY IN CHIKUN LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF KADUNA STATE.

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ABSTRACT
The complexity and prolonged nature of poor child health care and high rate of infant mortality in Chikun Local Government Area have a serious social and economic impact on the nation. This study seeks to examine the negative impact of poor governmental policies on health, inadequate health facilities, illiteracy and ignorance on the part of the parent and other notable causes of infant mortality. Infants are subject to high risk of mortality when the parents are not well informed on simple health strategies such as good hygiene, high nutritional diet etc. Poor child health care and infant mortality seems to be higher in the rural areas. This has grossly affected the nations economic as it has led to acute shortage of potential labour.
                   

CHAPTER ONE

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

1.0  Introduction
1.1  Statement of the research problem
1.2  Research Questions
1.3  Research Objectives
1.4  Scope and limitations
1.5  Significance of the Study
1.6  Definition of Key Concept




CHAPTER TWO:

LITERATURE REVIEW AND THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK

2.0   Introduction
2.1   Infant mortality in Nigeria
2.2   Socio-Economic Factors affecting Under-five Mortality in Nigeria
2.3   Determinants of Childhood Mortality and Morbidity
2.3.1 Malaria
2.3.2 Diarrhea Illnesses
2.2.3 Acute Respiratory Infections (ARI)
2.3.4 Sickle Cell Disease (SCD)
2.3.4 Childhood Malnutrition and Child Survival
2.3.5 Fertility, Family Planning and Child Survival
2.3.6 Maternal Morbidity/Mortality and Child Survival
2.3.7 HIV/AIDS and Child Survival
2.3.8 Available/Accessibility of Health and Child Survival
2.3.9 Non Health Factors Influencing Child Survival
2.4   Theoretical framework
2.4.1 STRUCTURAL FUNCTIONALIST THEORY


CHAPTER THREE:

RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODOLOGY

3.0  Introduction
3.1   Description of Area of Study
3.2   Data Types and Sources
3.3   Techniques of Data Collection
3.4   Sampling Procedure



CHAPTER FOUR:

DATA PRESENTATION AND INTERPRETATION

4.0   Introduction
4.1   Section A: Demographic Data of Respondents
4.2   Section B: Nature of Infant Mortality
4.3   Section C: Effect of the lack of quality health care
4.4   Section D: Sociological Implication of infant Mortality
4.5   Section E: Solutions on how to Improve Child health care and Reduce infant Mortality
4.6   Problems Encountered in the Field

CHAPTER FIVE                            
                  
SUMMARY, DISCUSSION, RECOMMENDATION, AND CONCLUSION

5.0   Introduction
5.1   Summary
5.2   Discussion of Findings
5.3   Recommendations
5.5   Conclusion


Appendix I

Appendix II

References
CHILD HEALTH CARE AND INFANT MORTALITY IN CHIKUN LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF KADUNA STATE.
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    Type Project
    Department Sociology
    Project ID SOC0635
    Fee ₦3,000 ($20)
    No of Pages 56 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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