Life Skills Education and Counseling - Kigalama - Kigalama Primary School - Namutumba

Visit by Manuela Ongyera on 2018-01-22

Report ID
665
Created by
Manuela Ongyera
Created date
2018-01-22 06:50:25 UTC
Modified by
Ben West
Modified date
2018-02-09 15:45:42 UTC
Trip Time
10:10-17:51 (7 h 41 m)
Village Time
12:38-15:43 (3 h 5 m)
Travel Time
4 h 36 m

Current State

Participation Rating
Success
 
Village Critical Needs
People need to be encouraged to attend Life Skills 
Village Action Steps
 
Staff Action Steps
 
Sanitation Hygiene Committee
 
Water Users Committee
 
Other Class Notes
During Life Skills some people brought in the issues of the bore hole, that they want the money to be reduced from 5000 to 3000. 
Community Ownership
yes 
Ownership Story
Team work amongst people 
Three Stone Fires
 
Access to Clean Water
 
Open Defecation
 
Water Access Explain
 
Prevent Ownership
None 
Allow Ownership
Love for one another 
Village Notes
The community members wants the Life Skills to be taught to them in their respective zones for example the people of Kivule , Namunseno and Kigalama trading center. 

Life Skills Education and Counseling community lesson

School
Kigalama Primary School 
Lesson Taught
How HIV/ STDs are Transmitted,HIV/STDs Prevention 
Girls Attended
Boys Attended
Total Student Attendance
Teachers Attended
Fathers Attended
12 
Mothers Attended
16 
Total Parent Attendance
Staff Attendees
Ongyera Manuella 
Government Attendees
LC1,VHT 
School Staff Attendees
Class Teacher 
Visitor Attendees
None 
Total Attendance
Learning Objectives
People to know how to prevent HIV
Notes
Manuela went to kigalama village to teach on how HIV is passed from one person to another and how community members can prevent the spread of HIV amongst them. While Manuela was teaching she told the community members that HIV is only passed from one person to another through four fluids for example semen, Vaginal fluids,blood and Brest milk. She also said that the most common way to get in contact with the virus is through having un protected sex with an infected person. After teaching Manuela divided the group members in two groups men alone and women alone they discussed about how they can prevent HIV from infecting them and their family members. They also requested for condoms. Questions from community members about the lesson taught. . How come that a child who is born by parents who are HIV positive test HIV negative. . How do condoms get stack in the woman’s private part. 

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1087 Manuela and community members sharing how HIV can be prevented during group discussions in kigalama