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Netballs 3,228 463 472 197 4,360 Nets 1,065 108 321 296 1,790 Ropes 4,447 267 309 462 5,485 Rugby 607 86 87 39 819 Short-put 773 91 102 60 1,026 Swedish benches 55 4 22 38 119 Table Tennis 173 23 31 11 238 Tape measures 562 76 69 60 767 Tennis Rackets 192 22 60 32 306 National 22,725 3,547 3,284 2,204 31,760 5.10 HIV/AIDS in Secondary Schools 5.10.1 Cases of HIV in Secondary Schools Countering the threat posed by the deadly HIV/AIDS in the education remains a serious challenge of government. Accordingly, the Sector annually collects data on the existing cases of HIV/IDS in learners, teaching and the non-teaching staff, which forms a basis for planning and decision making. Table 5.20 gives details on the reported HIV/AIDS in the Secondary sub- sector. Table 5.20: Reported Cases of HIV in Secondary Schools by Region Region Students Teachers Non-Teaching Staff Male Female Male Female Male Female Central 974 1054 70 41 74 66 East 596 802 76 33 36 23 N. East 0 3 1 0 0 0 North 302 129 61 18 30 26 S. West 215 210 21 9 15 14 West 234 267 15 4 8 14 Total 2,321 2,465 244 105 163 143 Table 5.20 indicates that there are 4,786 students (i.e 2,321 males & 2,465 females), 349 teachers (ie 244 males & 105 females) and 306 non-teaching staff (163 males and 143 females) HIV/AIDS cases. Among the students, the girl child is the most affected given their
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66 EDUCATION STATISTICAL ABSTRACT 2011 vulnerability to many social cultural practices and injustices within our communities that among them include rape, early marriages and prostitution among others. In terms of regions, the central region has the biggest threat (2,128 students of which 1,054 are girls) followed by the eastern region (i.e 1,398 students of which 802 are girls). On the other hand, the N-Eastern, S- Western and Western and Northern regions recorded least number of HIV/AIDS among students. 5.10.2 Dissemination of HIV/AIDS Information in Secondary Schools As mentioned above, because the Ministry recognizes the threat that is being caused by HIV/AIDS in the Education and Sports Sector, a number of strategies are being implemented both at national, regional and local levels. Figure 5.8 evaluates the performance of the different modes of HIV/AIDS information that being used in schools. Figure 5.8: Modes of Disseminating HIV Information to Students According to Figure 5.8, schools have more appreciated and used Guidance and Counseling as the most suitable means of information dissemination, and this accounts for 21%. This is followed by briefs during assemblies every morning and in the evening as schools close, debates and drama. Talking compounds is the least applied method and this may be attributed to the limited resource envelope.
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67 EDUCATION STATISTICAL ABSTRACT 2011 5.11 Instructional materials Table 5.21: Textbook distribution in classes by region and subject Region Subject S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 Grand Total Central Agriculture 9,725 8,380 8,071 9,098 3,106 38,380 Arabic 1,899 1,794 1,842 1,594 1,351 8,480 Art 2,842 2,581 2,713 2,723 2,520 13,379 Biology 31,627 29,255 25,617 25,332 7,220 119,051 Chemistry 27,500 26,345 24,435 24,927 8,590 111,797 Divinity (CRE) 11,006 8,448 7,501 7,411 9,373 43,739 Economics 1,261 1,058 1,053 1,412 12,802 17,586 English 52,476 49,479 44,361 46,248 1,594 194,158 English Literature 26,743 20,499 15,631 15,071 12,975 90,919 French 2,348 2,006 1,690 1,892 1,445 9,381 Geography 32,257 26,538 28,081 33,399 13,454 133,729 History 20,468 17,792 20,638 22,789 15,336 97,023 Home Economics 1,395 1,246 1,004 1,134 1,388 6,167 ICT 618 708 947 571 796 3,640 Luganda 9,114 7,938 8,875 9,470 8,469 43,866 Mathematics 47,783 43,886 37,898 38,505 13,034 181,106 Metal work 401 384 402 301 362 1,850
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