This is an exploratory study to examine the social and cultural determinants of the teaching of HIV/AIDS sex education among secondary school teachers in Eastern Nigeria.The research analyses how teachers perceive passing their knowledge of HIV/AIDS prevention measures to their students in the context of their cultural and social norms, which restrict open discussion of sex. The Impact of Green Schemes on the Livelihood of Communities in Kavango Region, Namibia. Determining the Feasibility of Free Space Optical Communication in Namibia.. Diversity of governance arrangements for indigenous natural products in communal areas of Namibia, Forests, Trees and Livelihoods.
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Journal for Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences.
: A descriptive account of Namibia’s 1998 Involvement in the DRC conflict.
This is a qualitative study based on in-depth interviews with 60 teachers drawn from secondary school teachers in Eastern Nigeria, supplemented with five focus group discussions, and content analysis of teachers’ lesson preparatory notes.
The findings show a high level knowledge of HIV/AIDS preventive measures among teachers.
Hamilton, E., Kapenda, L., Mbasu, Z., Miranda, H., Ngololo, E., Ogwel, J.