2nd Year 2000/2001 Project Reports

  1. Voster Mhango
    Level of attendance of skin disease patients in Nkhata-Bay District, Malawi
  2. Adolf Mensah
    Prevalence of sexually transmitted infections and their contributing factors among antenatal mothers attending Kumasi-South District, Ghana
  3. Lester Kapanda
    Prevalence of sexually transmitted infections and their contributing factors among antenatal clinic attending mothers at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital in Blantyre, Malawi
  4. Ibrahim B. Vandi
    Prevalence of Onchocerciasis and its associated factors among community in GBO Chiefdom in Sierra Leone
  5. Benson L. Chisha
    Use of herbal sexual stimulants to increase sexual desire and the associated factors and beliefs among the sexually active males in Petauke District of the Republic of Zambia
  6. Nicholas Omolo Pule
    Level of knowledge and practices on STI/HIV/AIDS among students in secondary Schools in Kisumu District, Kenya
  7. Martin D. Wakupita
    Prevalence of STDs and their contributing factors among antenatal clinic attending mothers at Nsambya Hospital in Kampala, Uganda
  8. Mahamoud Eman
    Prevalence of female genital mutilation (FGM) and contributing factors in Jijiga District, Ethiopia
  9. Eunice Kyei Baffour
    Acceptance and utilization of the female condom in preventing STDs/HIV/AIDS among commercial sex workers in Kumasi, Ghana
  10. K. Richard Chilambo
    Prevalence of leprosy and its related factors in two villages of Sumbawanga, Tanzania
  11. Sidney Kabwe
    Level of knowledge among health workers on counseling of Albinos and parents on the preventive and protective measures against skin sun damage in Kitwe, Zambia
  12. Albert Taiti
    Health seeking behaviours on sexually transmitted infections among the “Chokoraa” in Nakuru Municipality, Kenya
  13. Pilirani Patience Chirwa
    Defaulter rate to follow-up visits among dermatology patients and associated factors at skin clinic at Lilongwe Central Hospital, Malawi
  14. Limakatso Mateboho Liphoto
    Level of knowledge on STI among teenagers aged 13-19 years in orphanages as compared to teenagers in the general population in Maseru (Urban) Lesotho
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