A RESEARCH STUDY ON FACTORS LEADING TO INCREASED CONSUMPTION OF ILLICIT BREW AMONG PEOPLE LIVING IN MUGURU VILLAGE DISTRICT
: CONSOLATA SCHOOL OF NURSING, NKUBU
A RESEARCHREPORT SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT FOR THE AWARD OF DIPLOMA IN KENYA REGISTERED COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSE IN CONSOLATA SCHOOL OF NURSING, NKUBU.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
List of Tables
List of figures
List of abbreviations and Definitions
Justification of the study
Purpose of the study
Limitations and delimitations
Illicit brew toxity
The new law on illicit brewing.
Social / economic / health problems associated with illicit brew consumption CHAPTER THREE
Methodology of the research
Data collection instruments and procedure
Processing of study instruments
Sample size and sampling procedure
Data presentation and analysis
Discussion of Findings
Factors that lead to illicit brewing and consumption
Knowledge of law on illicit brew
Tools of data collection
Dedicated to my loving Mum Grace Wanjama, and my aunt Caroline wanjohi for their moral and financial support Specially dedicated to my grandmother Jacinta Ngunju and Father Patrick Njung’e for their prayers
The researcher is grateful first to Almighty God and to various persons who have attributed to the success of the study. Special thanks to my tutor Mr. Jeremy Njiru for his assistance and guidance through the research project. Thanks to chief Stephen M. Mwaja who granted me the permission to carry out the research at Muguru village. Thanks to the school librarian Mr. Micheni for his good work in providing relevant materials for the research. I also gratefully acknowledge all those who in one way or the other supported me in Prayers, material and moral support during the study. Special thanks go to my family for their moral and financial support. MAY GOD BLESS YOU.
LIST OF TABLES
Age categories of respondents.
Religion of respondents
Level of education of respondents
Source of income of respondents
Reported factors prompting respondents to take illicit brew. Table
Reported time when respondents started taking illicit brew Table
Frequency of alcohol intake among the respondents Table
Respondents opinion on what the law says.
Reported consequences of illicit brew consumption Table
Opinion of respondents on illicit brew consumption.
LIST OF FIGURES
Gender of respondents
Marital statuses of the respondents
Respondents who take illicit brew
Respondents who admitted they know what ….
Respondents intention to stop...
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