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Title: Effects of early pregnancy and student’s performance in selected secondary schools in Jinja District Uganda. (a case study of St. Joseph Nakanyonyi senior secondary school Bugembe)
Authors: Buwemba, suzan
Keywords: Early pregnancy
Student’s performance
Secondary Schools
Issue Date: May-2018
Publisher: Kampala International University, School of Education
Abstract: The purpose of this study is to investigate the case of early pregnancy and student’s performance in~ selected secondary schools in Jinja District and suggested possible solution to the problem. The specific objectives of the study is to investigate the cause’s of early pregnancy and student’s performance in schools. To find the effects of early pregnancy and student’s performance in schools. To get the solutions of early pregnancy and student’s performance in schools. The methods used for collecting data are, interview schedule as it is flexible in a way that it favors both the literate and literate. However, it will be used much for first hand Information about the questions, Questionnaires will be used since it is time saving. The findings reveals that early pregnancy is so effective to girls since majority have not been able to continue with their education as their parents~.are not willing to pay school dues as they are taken misfortunes. The study recommends that the government/ministry of education and sports should fight tooth and nail to provide special needs to the learners for example sanitary pads to keep theñi in schools while in menstruation since it is due to lack of money/poverty that pushes girls to sleep with sugar daddies in order to meet their physical needs. The community, parents are important in a child’s life and therefore they should provide physical needs for their children and should also encourage them to stay in school by teaching them sex education in order for their children to avoid engaging themselves into sexual activity before marriage as it used to be in the African traditional society (ATS).
Description: A research project submitted to the college of education, open and distance learning in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of a bachelor of arts with education of Kampala International University
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/2688
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