GASPRO International Journal of Eminent Scholars
DISCIPLINE GENDER AS DETERMINANTS OF KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDE TOWARDS MALARIA CONTROL STRATEGIES AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN UYO SENATORIAL DISTRICT
This study investigated discipline gender as determinants of knowledge and attitude towards malaria control strategies among secondary school teachers in Uyo senatorial district. The population of this study consisted of all secondary school teachers in Uyo Senatorial District. The study adopted descriptive survey design while stratified random sampling technique was used in selecting the respondents. Data was obtained using a research questionnaire “Knowledge and Attitude Towards Malaria Control Strategies Questionnaire (KATMCSQ).” Data obtained from respondents was analysed using descriptive statistics, while Pearson Product Moment Correlation analysis and independent t-test analysis was used in testing the hypotheses. It was concluded that there is significant difference in the attitude of male and female secondary school teachers towards malaria control strategies in Uyo senatorial District and also significant difference in the knowledge of malaria control strategies between science and art inclined secondary school teachers in Uyo senatorial District. It was therefore recommended that government should organize interventions in schools to improve the knowledge of malaria control strategies for teachers.
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