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‘Talk what others think you can’t talk’: HIV/AIDS clubs as peer education in Ugandan schools
The clubs will do peer education; the clubs will be a forum for affected students to share their experiences. (HIV/AIDS Technical Advisor, Ministry of Education, 4 October 2004) The clubs extend what we do in the ...
Analogies, Metaphors, and Similes for HIV/AIDS Among Ugandan Grade 11 Students
(Alberta Journal of Educational Research, 2007)
This article looks at the importance of student-generated analogies, metaphors, and similes as an entry point into their understandings of HIV/AIDS. In addition, it argues that analogies, metaphors, and similes are good ...
Ethnicity and the formation of the East African Federation: the social aspect in Ugandan context
(Direct Research Journals Publisher, 2015-01)
The study examined the influence of ethnicity on the formation of the East African Federation; putting emphasis on the social aspect in Uganda. The study utilised a Descriptive cross-sectional survey design, and on the ...
Ethnocentric Tendencies in the Formation of the East African Federation on Uganda
The study hinged on the investigation of ethnicity and the East African political, social, and economic unity. The study employed a descriptive cross- sectional research design, with qualitative and quantitative approaches. ...