EFFECTS OF FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION AMONG RESIDENTS OF IGBESA IN ADO-ODO OTA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF OGUN STATE, NIGERIATABLE OF CONTENTS Title pageiCertificationiiDedicationiiiAcknowledgementsviiAbstractviiiTable of contentsiv CHAPTER 0NE Introduction 1.1 Background of the study31.2 Statement of the problem41.3 Research questions41.4 Objectives of the study51.5 Research hypothesis51.6 Significance of the study61.7 Delimitations of the study61.8 Limitations of the study71.9 Definition of terms7CHAPTER TWO 2.0 Literature Review82.1 Historical and cultural context of female genital mutilation112.2 Reasons for female genital mutilation152.3 The effect of female genital mutilation practice242.4 Theoretical frame work252.5 strategies for prevention and eradication26
Introduction 29Data collecting instrument 30
Data presentation analysis
Summary, conclusion, and recommendation
I thank Almighty God for his unfailing love, protection, favor, and mercies in my life throughout my stay in this university, I thank him for giving me the wisdom to put up this study.
My sincere appreciation goes to my source of joy, my parents MR and MRS ADESANYA, for their constant support, love, care, financially, word of encouragement and guidance, to my siblings Oluwatobiloba, Moses, Misan. Also to MR Ologunleko ,MR and MRS Shittu, MRS Rasaq for always ready to help me out
Special gratitude to my supervisor DR AMOS ABISOYE for making sure that this research work was completed and successful through this efficient supervision, guidance, encouragement during the course of this project, may the lord bless and keep you in all your ways.
I am greatful to all my lecturers, PROF. A. SIMPSON, DR J.O AYODELE (H.O.D), DR. A. ABISOYE, DR.M. O. OJO, MR. R.A AKINLOTAN, MRS AKAZUE, for numerous guidance
and roles they played in my life for attaining my goal.
I thank all my roommates who have been of great assistance to me Akeredolu Gbemisola, Osakwe Gift, Sangoyomi Omowunmi, May God bless you all.
To my special friends, Oputa Jennifer, Adekoye Tosin, Seyi Adome, Oloruntoba Oluwatosin, Adekoye Bisola, my small baby (Bolanle), Joseph Aboh, Yinka, Agba prince, Ologunro Titi, Olusola kemi, Abua Martha, Bukky Ossunaike, Tirnom Jigawa, Jummy Efuntoye, Rebecca Bankole, Oyegbami Damilola and lastly to all my fellow sociology students may God grant you all your heart desire, I love you all.
The aim of this project is to describe and analyze socio-cultural practices as determinants of female genital mutilation. The instrument used was structured questionnaire. 90 participants (adult women and men living in Igbesa Area of Ogun state) took part in the study. The data collected were analyzed using chi-square statistical method. The findings revealed that there is a significant relationship between social practices and the prevalence of female genital mutilation in Igbesa. It also revealed that there is a significant relationship between cultural practices and the prevalence of female genital mutilation. Another finding of the study showed that there was also a significant relationship between the level of knowledge of residents of Igbesa and the prevalence of female genital mutilation. Female genital mutilation has a significant impact on the health status of residents of Igbesa Area of Ogun state. It was concluded that healthy mutilated women, who did not suffer from grave long-term complications and have a good and fulfilling relationship, may enjoy sex. It was recommended that health personnel, both in private and public practice, should endeavor to step up their public health education against the health implications of female genital mutilation.
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