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  • NAME: Shawn JohnsonCOD:DATE:SCHOOL: Emmanuel high school MesopotamiaTEACHER:
  • TASK 1 Research question:What is the attitude of knowledge of youths towards HIV/AIDS in the community of North Union (Long peace?)
  • TASK 2My method of investigation is in a form of questionnaire, which where share randomly to people in my community. View slide
  • TASK 3Design of instrument. View slide
  • TASK 4Collection of data proceduce, regular information for this project, Iconstructed a questionnaire and admirmisted it to Thirty persons.The sample consisted of 10 male and 15 female between the ages of 18- 40 years.The sample was randomly selected. The names of sixty people in mycommunity were place on a punch board. The selection was made; thefirst thirty people were given a questionnaire.The questionnaires were handed on 9th November 2010 and werecollected 12th November 2010.
  • Instructions: Read each of the following questions carefully then place a tick (√) inthe boxes provided for the chosen answer.Sex: Male FemaleAge: 14-19 ( ) 20-21 ( ) 25-30 ( ) 31+ ( )1. Are you aware that HIV/AIDS is a deadly disease? YES ( ) NO ( )2. Are you Knowledgeable about the different way the disease can betransmitted? YES ( ) NO ( )3. Where did you first get the information about HIV/ADIS if yes?” In school ( ) In church ( ) from the media ( ) From Friends ( )4. Do you think that person who is tested for HIV/ADIS should beisolated? YES ( ) NO ( )5. Are you sexually active? YES ( ) NO ( )6. If yes, how many sex partners do you have? One ( ) Two ( ) More than two ( ) unknown ( )7. Do you use condom every time you have sexual intercourse? YES ( ) NO ( )
  • 8. If a close friend or relative is tested positive HIV/ADIS, how willyou treated that person? With scorn ( ) Same as usual ( ) With caution ( ) Complete isolated ( )9. Do you think that person tested positive for HIV/AIDS should beallowed to work? YES ( ) NO ( )State reasons for youranswer...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................10. Should children who are tested positive for the virus HIV/DSshould be kept in classroom with student without the virus? YES ( ) NO ( )Give reasons for youranswer...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................11. Is it necessary for the name of person who tested positive forHIV/AIDS should be published? YES ( ) NO ( )Why ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................12. Should the government spend money on antiret ovairal drugs forperson living with the HIV/ADIS virus? YES ( ) NO ( )Give reasons for youranswer .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................13. Would you be willing to go in the fight against HIV/ADIS? YES ( ) NO ( )
  • 14. Do you think that person who is known for spreading theHIV/ADIS disease intentionally should be faced with criminal charges? YES ( ) NO ( ) State two reasons for your answer: I. ......................................................................................... II. ......................................................................................... TASK 5
  • TASK 6Figure 1, a bar graph showing where the respondents first got theirinformation about HIV/AIDS. 3 out of 20 people first get informationfrom the school 1 out of 20 person from the church, 1out of 20 from themedia while the other 6 out of 20 got their information from friends.Figure 2,is a pie chat showing the respondents views on the question, Ifa close friend is tested positive for HIV/AODS, how would one treatedthat person? According to the data gathered 50% said they will treatthat person same as usual, 20% said they will scorn that person, 10% ofthe respondents with complete isolation while the other 20% will treatthat person with caution.Figure 3, represents the response of the respondents to the question inwhich they were ask how many persons are willing to join the fightagainst HIV/AIDS. According to the data collected 13 person arewilling to join the fight against HIV/AIDS while the other 7respondents are not willing to join the fight against HIV/AID.
  • TASK 7Twenty questionnaires were shared randomly to bath male and female, ages18-40 years. All respondents agreed that HIV/AIDS is a deadly disease. A 90% respondent indicated that the majority of the sample knows the different ways through which HIV/AIDS can be transmitted. The research also revels that 65% the respondents think that HIV/AIDS victims should be isolated, the majority of persons indicated that they are sexually active and have one sex partner, amongthem condom is used by the majority many of the respondentsagreed that HIV/AIDS persons should be allowed to work andsuch students should remain in the same classroom with HIV/AIDS victims however 50% of the sample think that the name of HIV/AIDS victims should be made public the majority of person are of the views that government should spend money provided dugs for HIV/AIDS victims. Severe punishment should be given to the victims according to the majority of sample who interlineally spread the HIV/AIDS disease.
  • TASK 8 FINDING• Majority of person use condoms every time they have sex.• Most person are willing to join the fight against HIV/AIDS
  • TASK 9 RECOMMENDATIONPersons that are sexually active should take an HIV/AIDS test onceever six month if not using a condom when having sex.Persons should be treated same as usual while campaigns and ralliesabout HIV/AIDS should be maintained in order to educate youths.
  • IMPLEMENTATION1. Doing this research on HIV/AIDS, I think person that are sexuallyactive should take an HIV/AIDS test once every six month if not usinga condom when having sex.2. I therefore suggest that the ministry of health should send doctor ineach community and run AIV/AIDS test randomly free of charge.3. Also distribute condom in area this could solve the high standard ofHIV/AIDS victims