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Title: Impact of HIV/AIDs on enrolment, performance and dropout rate in ECD centres; in Chinga location, Othaya division, Nyeri district Kenya
Authors: W. Nderitu, Julius
Keywords: HIV/AIDs
Propout rate
ECD centres;
Chinga location, Othaya division, Nyeri district
Issue Date: Nov-2010
Publisher: Kampala international University College of Education Open and Distance Learning
Abstract: The study is about the impact on HIV/ AIDS on enrollment, performance and the dropout rate in ECD centers in Chinga location The study sampling was done by picking the first four ECD centers purposely. I purposefully sampled three public and one private ECD centre. The schools were visited to carry out the research. A questionnaire was used to collect data the data. This was done through filing gaps in the questionnaire. The questions were based on the number of pupils enrolled in three years and drop outs in the same years. There questions on the number of total orphans and those who have one parent; data on the performance of the orphans was given by the teachers. The study was guided by the objectives. HIV/ AIDS affects enrollment in ECD centers. Performance of the orphans and children affected and infected with HIV/ AIDS was affected by the disease. The • other objective was on the dropout rate. The study proved that HIV/AIDS have an impact on dropout rate. Performance and enrolment. I recommend that children infected and affected with HIV/AIDS should be treated with a lot of care considering guidance, counseling, provision of love, care and other physical needs e.g. shelter, clothing and food.
Description: A Research Report Submitted to the Institute of Open and Distance Learning in the Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Award of a Degree in Early Childhood and Primary Education of Kampala International University
Appears in Collections:Bachelor of Education in Early Childhood and Primary Education

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