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Title: AN ASSESSMENT OF THE KNOWLEDGE OF FAMILY PLANNING METHODS BY MAKE PRISONS OFFICERS IN EDO STATE, NIGERIA
Authors: OSHODIN, O.G.
IGBUDU, UJIRO
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: Journal of Health and Kinesiology A Journal of the Department of Health and Physical Education, Enugu State University of Science and Technology Enugu
Series/Report no.: Vol. 7;no. 1
Abstract: The study was designed to assess the knowledge of family planning methods by male prisons officers in Edo State. To facilitate the realization of this, two research questions were raised for the study. The population for this study comprised of all the male prisons officers in the six prisons formation in Edo State. The convenience sampling technique was used to select subjects. A sample of 329 male prisons officers was used for this study. The instrument for data collection was a Yes/No and close-ended multiple-choice type questionnaire. Frequency count, percentages and pie chart, were used in reporting the answers to the research questions. The following results were obtained: a large proportion of male prisons officers are aware of family planning and its various methods. They actually have high knowledge of most contraceptives methods especially condom. Based on the finding of this study pertinent recommendations were made.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1126
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