Effects of HIV/AIDs on academic performance in selected primary schools in Ang'urai zone, Ang'urai division, Teso north district, Kenya

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Kampala International University, College of Education, Open and Distance Learning
This study was intended to research and analyze the impact of HIV/ Aids on the education sector in Kenya. All the respondents. In review of related information, all Primary sources were revisited as this could give a clear picture of what the whole study was handled. The study employed a qualitative approach or method which allowed a collection of comprehensive intensive data and provided an in-depth study on why strategies and measures in place had not produced the desired results. One of the main findings of this study is the confirmation that uneducated girls face greater risks of HIV/AIDS, sexual exploitation and child trafficking. They are also less likely to have healthy children and less likely to send their children to school.
A Research Project Submitted To The Institute Of Open And Distance Learning In Partial Fulfillment Of The Requirement For Award Of A Bachelor In Education Of Kampala International University
HIV/AIDs, Academic performance, Primary schools, Ang'urai zone, Ang'urai division, Teso north district, Kenya