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Title: The influence of environmental factors on girl child education a case study of Kawempe Division, Kampala District
Authors: Ndyabigwamu, Keneth
Keywords: Environmental factors
Girl child
Kampala District
Issue Date: Jan-2014
Publisher: Kampala International University, College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Abstract: The study area covered Kampala Division choosing one zone that was Kiti Falawo zone, Kawempe division. The local members of the community were treated as key informants, the study focused on factors influencing girl children education in Uganda. Random sampling was used to select 60 respondents from one zone from the division as well as key informants qualitative and quantitative techniques were used where by the qualitative data was coded and tabulated while quantitative data was anally selected before, during and after collection. The study from the findings was mostly on social factors, it was noticed from the findings, as the most affecting problems, hindering girl child education. It made a number f recommendations including strengthening the situation of parents and guardians on the roles and obligations and a mechanism to be put in place to obligate parents to fulfill their school parental responsibilities of giving child education legal provisions to be put in place to impose sanitations against parents and guardians who fall to keep girls at school and introductions to those girls who can’t
Description: A research project submitted as a partial requirement to College of humanities and social sciences in partial Fulfilment for the award of bachelor’s degree of social work and social administration of Kampala International
Appears in Collections:Bachelors Degree in Social Work and Social Administration

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