Naka Drotske in critical condition after being shot in robbery InNew Zealand did away with all laws against consensual adult sex work.
An interpretative epistemological stance was used for this study, and a qualitative research involving focus group discussion FGD and analysis of secondary data was carried out. Results of this study are discussed in terms of their relevance to future research and the impact such policy frameworks may have on combating the epidemic, both within the University and the wider community.
It also notes that the program would facilitate human resource capacity building and support positive behavioral changes. This study shows that DE in Nigeria and throughout the continent of Africa is helping to democratize and spread knowledge, even to those living in remote, marginalized, and isolated communities.
The Aderinoye and Ojokheta study also acknowledged that DE has helped individuals to acquire basic literacy and arithmetic skills, and in some instances, earn certificates in higher degrees, as well as obtain a multitude of broad-brush education skills that target whole populations e.
The success of this program has informed the decision of the University to introduce the program at the diploma level. This can be achieved by increasing access and quality of education and schooling, raising public consciousness, and encouraging people to practice healthy behavior, through emerging accessible, flexible, and cost effective DE.
In some cases, universities have undergone what would be the medical equivalent to a botched heart operation.
Moreover, none has received the heart transplant that they really need. This study was conducted to shed light on the following questions: Research Approach This study follows an interpretive and case-based research approach. Walsham and Waemawho noted that the use of a single case as a basis for drawing inferences on a particular area of study is related to an interpretive epistemological stance, illustrate the qualitative and inductive nature of case-based research.
Orlikowsi and Baroundi also maintained that case-based interpretive analysis involves inductive reasoning, which is guided and couched within a theoretical framework, which in turn, leads from the concrete case situation to the social totality beyond the individual case.
Stake has listed the attributes of a case study to include uniqueness, functional specificity, integrated bounded system, and consistency. Noting that case studies can be either qualitative or quantitative, Stake adds that a case study is not a methodological choice, but a choice of objects to study.
Given the research questions, the case study design research methodology was selected for this study. Lincoln and Guba argue that the primary instrument in qualitative research is human — i.
Indeed, the epidemic is presenting enormous challenges to the higher education sector by weakening demand for — and access to — education by depleting institutional and human capacity, reducing availability of financial resources, and by impeding the delivery of quality education UNESCO, Growing evidence indicates that education is one of the best defenses against HIV infection, because it equips young people with invaluable tools that increase self-confidence, social and negotiation skills, to improve earning capacity and family well-being, which in turn, fights poverty and promotes social progress.
In most of these countries cited in the Afrobarometer, the HIV prevalence rate exceeds five percent, numbers that indicates that the epidemic is now undermining every aspect of society, including families, health, education, industry, and economic development Kelly, Education is life sustaining because it gives children and young people the life-skills and tools they need to carve out their lives.
Clearly, education is a lifelong source of comfort, renewal, and strength for people. Without education, AIDS will continue to spread. If AIDS remains out of control, education will be out of reach.
Education and HIV infection Studies by Vandemoortele and Delamonica show the inverse association between disease burden and the level of education that exists for most infectious diseases. The incidence of malaria and cholera, for instance, are known to be negatively associated with the level of education — those who know less about malaria and cholera are more apt to become infected.
Investment in education is vital simply because it helps countries, like Nigeria, to achieve six of the eight-millennium development goals: Making education available to both genders, boys and girls alike, has been proven to provide protection against HIV infection World Bank, Evidence that education itself protects against HIV is strong.
Data from the late s and early s, when the epidemic was just emerging, shows a positive correlation between the level of education and rates of infection. Kelly in a study in Zimbabwe found a marked decline in HIV prevalence rates in year old males and females with a medium to higher-level education, compared to increases among those with lower educational levels.
Education is a central tool required to reduce the social and economic vulnerability of women. Evidence shows that education aimed specifically at girls and women can slow and even reverse the spread of HIV.
Education does this by arming women with valuable life and decision-making skills — which all contribute to poverty reduction, gender equality, personal empowerment, and increased awareness of human rights issues.
Women can then pass on to their children, partners, and friends these valuable skills and knowledge. The epidemic can affect the performance of educators through increased deaths, absence, and the financial and emotional burden they face in caring for relatives and friends stricken by AIDS.
For instance, it has been shown that the death of one teacher deprives a whole classroom of children. Death and illness are thus affecting education sector administrators, finance and planning officials, inspectors, and managers in many countries.
These losses represent the loss of sector knowledge, and holds major negative consequences. AIDS mortality does not have its primary effect on school-age children. And while an estimated 3. During this same time frame, approximately four times as many adults age 15 to 49 died of AIDS.Understanding this, CONRAD, a global non-profit specializing in women’s reproductive health, has been working for well over a decade developing microbicides—products women can use to protect themselves against HIV infection.
GIRLS, HIV/AIDS AND EDUCATION. GIRLS, HIV/AIDS AND EDUCATION. best ways to protect both the rights and the lives of young people threatened by HIV/AIDS. how much knowledge young women and men have about HIV/AIDS. Of the 47 countries with data available for this indicator, none.
Individuals and organizations working against the spread of AIDS have had to face discrimination, complacency, and even persistent denial in the community. a female-controlled vaginal microbicide that would allow women to protect themselves without their partner's participation is an urgent research and development priority for.
cause of child deaths in Nigeria. • In , it is estimated that more than ,00 under-five children died in Nigeria.2 • Of these, about , died of pneumonia; accounting for 15% of all under-five deaths (including neonatal death due to pneumonia) in Nigeria.
2 (fig. 1.) Pneumonia facts and figures Figure 1. Indeed, surveys have shown that fewer girls than boys, aged , have basic knowledge about how to protect themselves from HIV/AIDS; Women constitute the majority of the world's poorest. Their lack of access to life skills-based education, economic resources and .
Results are presented of perception of the people living with HIV and AIDS regarding home based care in Malawi. The study was conducted in Lilongwe from April to May, The pa.