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A knowledge, attitudes and practices (KAP) study of Buntungwa clinic catchment area in Mansa, Zambia, regarding water, sanitaion and hygiene education
The title of the study was: A Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices (KAP) Study of Buntungwa clinic catchment area in Mansa, Zambia, regarding Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Education. The purpose of the study was to assess ...
The impact of administration of sponsorship schemes on progression rates of pupils from low income families in selected boarding secondary schools in Southern province
The main objective of the study was to determine the impact of sponsorship schemes of pupils from low-income families in selected boarding secondary schools in Southern Province. The study tried to establish how these ...
A review of factors which influence learner participation in University extension education in Chipata District
The main purpose of the study was to review factors which influence learner participation in University extension education. The specific objectives were to determine factors that encouraged learner participation in ...
Factors associated with girls' increased access, participation and completion rates in selected high schools in Kitwe district
The purpose of the study was to investigate factors associated with girls' increased access, participation and completion rates in high schools in Kitwe District of the Copperbelt Province. A survey approach was used in ...
The impact of implementating the D-Washe programmes in Chanyanya Community: Kafue District, Zambia: What role has the National Water Policy played?
(University of Zambia, 2011)
This study looked at the impact of implementing D-Washe programmes in Chanyanya Community in Kafue District. The study involved both qualitative and quantitative methods of research to give general and actual overviews of ...
Integration of ICTs in education: The level at which ICT training should be introduced in Zambian education
(Zambia Library Association, 2011)
The role that Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) play in every sector of the economy cannot be overemphasised. Be it in health, education, governance among other sectors of the economy. In today’s changing ...