ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Ugandan Politics-Convoluted Movement from Tribe to Nation

to equip them to teach new courses in these subjects. The death rate is estimated to have fallen from a level of 27 per 1000 population during 1941-51 to 14 per 1000 during 1966-71 period. Some demographers claim that the birth rate, too, has fallen to 39 per 1000 in the wake of family planning of the sixties. In many attitude, knowledge and practice surveys, known as KAP studies, the respondents have suggested the use of skits and plays through roving bands of theatrical players to convey the family planning message. They have often disapproved of the intrusion of social workers in their private sex matters.

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