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|Title: ||Knowledge, Attitude and Practices of Pupils regarding Personal hygiene in Primary Schools in Pallisa Town Council|
|Authors: ||Akurut, Hellen|
|Keywords: ||Knowledge, Attitude and Practices|
Pallisa Town Council
|Issue Date: ||2004 |
|Abstract: ||The old saying "Prevention is better than cure" stands true and always will. Unfortunately, the majority of ugandans including the educated ones are ignorant about even the simplest principles of preventing diseases. For majority, Disease prevention relates only to vaccinations. Personal hygiene is the first step to good grooming and good health. Elimentary cleanliness is common knowleadge that should be acquired in life. Neglect causes problems to an individual.
Children are special in that they are receptive to new ideas and can change their habits in order to prevent diseases. therefore, a study was done regarding personal hygiene among pupils.|
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