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Prevalence and implications of joint titling among conjugal couples in Uganda

Nalwanga-Sebina.

Prevalence and implications of joint titling among conjugal couples in Uganda

by Nalwanga-Sebina.

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Published by Makerere Institute of Social Research in [Kampala] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Marital property -- Uganda,
  • Land titles -- Registration and transfer -- Uganda,
  • Married women -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Uganda

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 42).

    StatementAbby Sebinal-Zziwa, Richard Kibombo, Herbert Kamusiime.
    ContributionsKibombo, Richard., Kamusiime, Herbert.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKTW56 .S43 2003
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 42 p. :
    Number of Pages42
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23149163M
    ISBN 109970824038
    LC Control Number2005327372

      Prevalence of sexual coercion and unwanted pregnancy. The prevalence of sexual coercion (Table 2) was 24 % and was higher among: participants who had non consensual sexual debut ( %) compared with those who had consensual sexual debut ( %); women aged 15–19 years ( %) compared with women aged 20–24 years ( %); those with pre-secondary education Cited by: 3. Prevalence and predictors of unknown HIV status among women delivering in Mulago National Referral Hospital, Kampala, Uganda. Emily C Namara-Lugolobi1, Gertrude Nakigozi2, Zikulah Namukwaya1, Dan K Kaye3, Edith Nakku-Joloba2 1. Makerere University – Johns Hopkins University (MU-JHU) Research Collaboration, Kampala, Uganda : Emily C Namara-Lugolobi, Gertrude Nakigozi, Zikulah Namukwaya, Dan K Kaye, Edith Nakku-Joloba.

    Determinants of fertility desire among married or cohabiting individuals in Rakai, Uganda: A cross-sectional study Article (PDF Available) in Reproductive Health 14(1):2 January with Reads.   Research has shown that infertility affects millions of couples worldwide. Infertility is considered one of the most difficult life experiences and can result in psychological consequences for couples, especially for women. The purpose of this study was to explore the psychological experiences of women with infertility. A qualitative exploratory descriptive approach was used to conduct in Cited by: 3.

    Introduction: Knowledge of a person’s HIV status during pregnancy is critical for prevention of mother to child transmission of ives: To determine the prevalence and factors associated with unknown HIV status among women delivering in Mulago s: This was a cross-sectional study of women that had just delivered. The women’s demographic characteristics, health seeking Author: Emily C Namara-Lugolobi, Gertrude Nakigozi, Zikulah Namukwaya, Dan K Kaye, Edith Nakku-Joloba.   Although infection with Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) remains a global public health problem, little is known about its epidemiology in pregnancy in sub-Saharan Africa. This study sought to determine the prevalence of, and identify factors associated with hepatitis B surface antigen (HBsAg) positivity among pregnant women in the Buea Health District (BHD) in rural by:


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Prevalence and implications of joint titling among conjugal couples in Uganda by Nalwanga-Sebina. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Design. This was a cross-sectional study conducted among 2, married individuals resident in the three HIV prevalence strata (low HIV prevalence: –%; middle HIV prevalence: –%; and high HIV prevalence: –43%) in Rakai district, southwestern Uganda, Cited by: 5.

to increase couples’ HCThaveincludedtargetedinvita-tions delivered to couples in the community by influential network agents as has been implemented in Rwanda and Zambia [11–13]. These efforts have resulted in improved uptake of couples’ HCTamong couples “in the door way”; that is to say, among couples that have honored the by: 3.

The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between marital expectations and marital satisfaction between African immigrant and United States born married couples. The independent variable was marital expectations, measured with the Marital Expectations Questionnaire (MEQ, Ngazimbi & Daire, ).Author: Evadne Ngazimbi.

Public Health Research5(3): DOI: / Knowledge and Perceptions of HIV/AIDS among Married Couples in Kenya. Joint Titling. Although the first registration of land in Ethiopia dates as far back asand land certificates have been issued sincejoint titling was only introduced in (Holden and Tefera, ; Deininger et al.

The objective was to establish prevalence and predictors of HIV sero-discordance among cohabiting couples presenting for CHCT services in northern Tanzania. METHODS: A cross-sectional study inteveviewed 1, couples aged years tested from to in Kilimanjaro and Arusha regions.

A CHCT checklist was used to collect data from by: 1. Kenya co-sponsored theand UN General Assembly resolutions on child, early and forced marriage, and the Human Rights Council resolution on child, early and forced marriage. InKenya signed a joint statement at the Human Rights Council calling for.

We utilized data from the Crane Survey in Kampala, Uganda to estimate prevalence of rape among female sex workers (FSWs) and to identify risk factors for and prevalence of client-initiated gender-based violence (GBV) among FSWs.

Participants were recruited using respondent-driven sampling. Analyses were weighted using RDSAT-generated individualized weights for each of the five Cited by:   The HIV prevalence in the general population increased from % in to % by The number of people enrolled on antiretroviral therapy (ART) increased from.

A Qualitative Study of Condom Use among Married Couples in Kampala, Uganda Article in Reproductive health matters 14(28) December with Reads How we measure 'reads'. The Analysis of the Nutrition Situation in Uganda Figure 4. Trends in Under-5 Mortality and Infant Mortality, []-.

5 Figure 5. National Trends in the Prevalence of Malnutrition (WHO Growth Standards) [8, 21, 22]. 8 Figure Size: 1MB. Determinants of fertility desire among married or cohabiting individuals in Rakai, Uganda: a cross-sectional study Joseph K.

Matovu1,5*, Fredrick Makumbi2,3, Rhoda K. Wanyenze4 and David Serwadda4 Abstract Background: Recent trends in fertility rates indicate declines in total fertility rate (TFR) in some sub-Saharan African by:   The prevalence of IPV and abuses varied by socio-demographic characteristics, showing much higher prevalence rates among younger women, women with young partners and less educated women.

After we adjusted for age and socio-economic status, physical violence (OR = ; 95% CI: –) and sexual violence (OR = ; 95% CI: –) were Cited by: Methods. This cross-sectional study of fertility desire (desire to have another child) was nested in a cluster-randomized demand-creation intervention trial for the promotion of couples’ HIV counseling and testing uptake among married or cohabiting individuals that was conducted in Rakai district between March 1 and Ap Cited by: We examined the prevalence and correlates of safer conception methods (SCM) use in HIV-affected couples with fertility intentions.

A prospective cohort of HIV clients in Uganda who had fertility intentions with their partner was surveyed every 6 months for 24 by: Findings. We analysed DHS data from Zambian women, Zambian men, Rwandan women, and Rwandan men. Under our base model, we estimated that 551% to 927% of new heterosexually acquired HIV infections among adults in urban Zambia and Rwanda occurred within serodiscordant marital or cohabiting relationships, depending on the sex of the index partner and on Cited by:   Couple HIV Counseling and Testing (CHCT) is one of the key preventive strategies used to reduce the spread of HIV.

In Uganda, HIV prevalence among married/living together is % among women and % among men. CHCT can help ease disclosure of HIV-positive status, which in turn may help increase opportunities to get social support and reduce new by: 6.

Condom use by married or cohabiting couples in populations with high rates of HIV infection has become a significant public health issue. The HIV pandemic has prompted massive efforts to promote condom use, but these efforts have targeted high-risk behaviors and focused on premarital and extramarital sexual relationships.

and this decline is attributable to high contraceptive prevalence rate among urban dwellers. Contraceptive use is one of the proximate determinants of fertility.

After postpartum amenorrhea, the risk of falling pregnant increases should the woman become sexually active and not use any form of contraception. In Uganda, PRB () indicated that only. Married couples are perceived as more mature, stable, committed and responsible.

This means that regardless of an individual’s opinion or value of his / her marriage, there are broader implications – society’s connotation. This study proposes to investigate young adults’ attitude towards marriage.

This is File Size: KB. Exceptions were couples 3, 9 and Couples 3 and 9 were not married, and in couple 46 the wife was aware that the husband had multiple partners.

Among these three couples, the partners discussed their need for dual protection due to the fact the men had multiple partners; and in couple 3, the woman also had multiple by: Results: Prevalence of sexual coercion was 24 % and was higher among those who had non consensual sexual debut ( %) compared with those who had consensual sexual debut ( %).

The prevalence of unwanted pregnancy was % and was higher among participants who had been sexually coerced relative to their counterparts (pCited by: 3.Adversely, increase rate of conduct disorder, low self-esteem, low education standard, drug dependence/alcoholism and sexual risk behaviour among children from violent couples thereby becoming hazardous to themselves and society at large attracted the attention of this study to investigate factors predicting domestic violence.

This study investigated influence of socioeconomic variables and Author: A S Okhakhume, Rotimi Oguntayo, O T Aroniyiaso.