EFFECT OF HIV AIDS IN NIGERIA

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ABSTRACTAIDS is an acronym for acquired immune deficiency syndrome it cause a destruction of the immune system. It is the most advance stage of HIV viruses (Human Immune deficiency syndrome Virus). This research work is carried out to determine the relationship between male and female HIV patient using data collected from National Tuberclosis and Leprosy training centre Says Zaria. The model arrived in this research. It shows a linear trend model for the male patients Yt=2038 -55.4,364*t showing a negative relationship between the number of male patients and time i.e when year increase the number of male patients will decrease. Female patients Yt=3304-177.770*t showing a negative relationship between the number of female patients and time. i.e when year increase the number of female patients will decreaseTABLE OF CONTENTTitle page ---------iDeclaration ---------iiCertification---------iiiDedication---------ivAcknowledgment--------vAbstract---------viTable of Content--------viiCHAPTER ONEINTRODUCTION1.1 Background of the Study-------11.2 Scope and Coverage ------61.3 Aims and Objectives-------6CHAPTER TWO2.1 Literature Review --------72.2 Cultural Practices---------8CHAPTER THREEMETHODOLOGY3.1 Introduction --------203.2 Method of Data Collection ------203.3 Problems Encountered In Data Collection -----223.4 Statistical Tool --------22CHAPTER FOURDATA REPRESENTATION4.1 Data Analysis-------264.2 Data Presentation --------264.3 Data Analysis and Interpretation ------26CHAPTER FIVESUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION5.1 Summary----------30 5.2 Conclusion --------305.3 Recommendation --------31Reference--------32

EFFECT OF HIV AIDS IN NIGERIA
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    Type Project
    Department Statistic
    Project ID STS0174
    Fee ₦5,000 ($14)
    No of Pages 32 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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