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The demographic profile of adolescent’s in the most hiv/aids prevalence district of (ganjam) in Odisha, India

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Dr. Jyotsnarani Panda
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Health Sciences
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Aims/purpose: Adolescents are a rich human resource and an important part of the development process. Good health of adolescents will help in raising the health status of the community. Adolescents, especially girls, mostly from disadvantaged communities and families, are trafficked for the purposes of early forced marriages, domestic workers commercial sex work and are forced to work in inhospitable, unsafe and exploitative conditions are the main components for development of HIV/AIDS The present study was an attempt to assess need of knowledge based counseling among 13 to 17 year old adolescents adolescent girls who all were studying in class 9th,10th,11th and 12th in different high schools and women’s collage’s. 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: Out of 400 respondents 258are from rural area and among the total respondents 62.3 per cent are belong to nuclear family. The majority of (86 per cent) are from local areas besides their parental status is very poor, as well as their educational status is very low only 13% parents have studied up to graduation and above. Conclusion and Recommendations: The present study will help to focuses of adolescents level of knowledge to import for better life for better future because adolescents are the really dormant state of mind regarding HIV/AIDS the 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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