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Adolescent’s knowledge regarding sources of information about HIV/AIDS

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Dr. Jyotsnarani Panda
Subject Area: 
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Aims/purpose: The present study was an attempt to assess their need of knowledge based on counseling among 13 to 17 year old adolescents. Methodology of study: The total sample for the present study included 400 adolescents i e 200 from different girl’s high schools and 200 from women’s colleges which are the most of HIV prevalence blocks of the Ganjam district of Odisha state. By using exploratory and the descriptive study design, the researcher attempts to describe female adolescents’ knowledge and understanding regarding HIV/AIDS, A scheduled questionnaire was used covering all aspects of HIV/ AIDS and observation methods were also used to collect the data from the adolescent girls. To analysis data the researcher used frequency percentages and the t- tests were computed. Findings: The study found out that out of 400, 306 respondents that is (76.5%) received the information about HIV/AIDS from Doctors comparatively very low percent (1.0) received information from their parents and rest of the percentage received from ICTC, teachers, friends and positive networks. From the above table it is inferred that more than half of the respondents (57.3%) have never participated in any of the awareness generation programmes. Conclusion and Recommendations: The present study will help to focuses of adolescent’s level of knowledge on sources of information about HIV/AIDS and en From the above table it is inferred that more than half of the respondents (57.3%) have never participated in any of the awareness generation programmes able to understand it. The respondents get information not only from the availability resources but also from through participation of events conducted by Schools/Colleges on HIV/AIDS awareness camps. Governments have undertaken initiatives to formulate their own nation and states specific polices to address some issues and evidence regarding the disease. People need extra guide line to increase coping skills and need for adequate support system. Right knowledge right action right time can change the life of an individual as well as the society.

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