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ANIMAL HUSBANDRY AND HIV AND AIDS EDUCATION IN MUYUKA

June 7, 2011, 7:34 am
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PROJECT ON ANIMAL HUSBANDRY AND

HIV AND AIDS EDUCATION IN MUYUKA

 

BACKGROUND

Muyuka town is located some 31kms from Buea, the administrative headquarter of the South West Region. It has about 5 secondary schools. The students of these schools and those who come back home for holidays have no place for leisure or occupy themselves during this period. Most of these students engage in drugs, crime and prostitution. The aim of the seminar is therefore to impact skills that these youths can use in raising funds for their education while keeping themselves busy during the holidays. The project will also teach youths about HIV and AIDS and promote peer education.

 

OBJECTIVES

The objectives of this project are:

  • To educate youths on HIV and AIDS

  • Impact skills and knowledge on HIV and AIDS prevention in youths

  • To occupy youths during this period of idleness and temptation

  • Develop a peer education network amongst youth

  • Impact life saving skills(poultry care) so that they can fight unemployment which is plaguing the youths

  • Fight hunger

  • Educate and reduce youth participation in crimes, drugs, prostitution etc

 

ACTIVITIES

A four day training seminar will be organized in the month of June and July or August pending availability of resources.

Three days of the workshop will be dedicated to poultry farming and one other day dedicated to HIV and AIDS education.

The poultry farming workshop will revolve around the following topics

  • Poultry keeping i.e housing, equipments

  • Poultry hospital aids (feeding, vaccination, sanitation)

  • Common pest and diseases

  • Local Feed production

  • Marketing etc

The HIV and AIDS education will revolve around the following

  • Basics about HIV and AIDS

  • Causes and effects of HIV and AIDS

  • Transmission and Prevention of HIV and AIDS

  • Talks on AIDS fee society

 

TIMEFRAME

The project will last a period of one month two weeks. I month will be dedicated to registration and 1 other week dedicated to final planning and the last week dedicated to the project.

 

 

PROPOSED BUDGET

ITEMS

UNIT PRICE

TOTAL

40 folders

200

8000

40 notebooks

500

20000

Pens

-

4000

Name badges

500

20000

Paper cellotape

750

1500

40 Cardboard papers

250

10000

100 flip charts

250

25000

50 Certificate of participation

1000

50000

2 packs bold markers

500

1000

Feeding (lunch for four days)

500

120000

Hall (4 days)

15000

60000

Transport (60 participants)

200

48000

Sound

10000

40000

70 Chairs

1000

28000

50 Handouts

1000

50000

Total

 

489.500frs

 

This amount is 1088USD with an exchange rate of 1USD = 450 FRS

TASK

The main task is complete which involve getting resource persons.

The following have acknowledged their presence and a few are still to come to a final decision

  • BELGOCAM (leading animal husbandry company in Cameroon)

  • Mr. Ebong Ngalame ( proprietor of animal husbandry school)

  • Miss Ebai Irene (poultry farm attendant)

  • Mr. Arrah Alphonse (Health officer)

  • Muyuka General Hospital

  • Dr. Ayuk C

  • Personnel from Cameroon Baptist Convention Health board Mutengene

  • Regional Pedagogic Advise on HIVand AIDS for South West

     

 

PLAN OF ACTION

DAY

OBJECTIVES

ACTIVITIES

INDICATOR

TIME

METHOD

BENEFACTOR

COLLABORATOR

1

  • Impact introductory knowledge on animal poultry

 

 

 

 

 

Give explanation of each of the stages and how they are related to each other

All youths participate through brainstorming

 

  • Exchange of ideas by participant and lecturers

  • Deliver of lectures by trainers

participants

 

2

  • Ideas on starting a poultry farm

 

 

 

 

 

 

Give explanation on poultry housing, vaccination, feeding

At least ¾ of the participants would be able to differentiate between the different stages

 

-use of pictures and videos from the trainers on the different stages

Participants

 

3

  • Ensure proper mastery of the concepts

 

 

  • Demonstrate on disease control and the use of pesticides

 

 

 

 

 

-Review of the activities of the previous day

 

- give general ideas on vaccination, use of drugs and pesticide

All participants will take part in doing assignments

 

 

  • Participants can identify and prescribe few drugs and the method of administering

 

Allocation of participants in workshops and inspection of workshop

  • Also know differences in the various stages in vaccine administration

Participants

 

4

HIV and AIDS education, cause, transmission, and prevention

Talks on AIDS free society

 

 

Presentation by the resource persons by using of pictures, facts and videos

At least ¾ of the participants should know the basics about HIV and AIDS and the prevention mechanisms

 

  • Distribution of HIV and AIDS manuals

  • Talk and discussions

Participants

 

 

 

 

 

Glossary

Citation

Danet, B. (2011). ANIMAL HUSBANDRY AND HIV AND AIDS EDUCATION IN MUYUKA. Retrieved from http://home.abc4all.net/view/article/51cbf1557896bb431f6a523d

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