THE RANDOMIZED COMPLETELY BLOCK DESIGN ANALYSIS ON THE EFFECT OF THE SEASON ON THE RATE AT WHICH PEOPLE CONTRACT SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES


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ABSTRACT
          This project work is basically on the effect on which the people contract sexually transmitted diseases (Humane immunodeficiency virus, Rectro-viral disease and Gonorrhoea).
            What motivated me in carrying out research on this topic was just to know if there is any significance difference in the rate at which people contract the three diseases and also to know if there is differences between the years (2002-2011).
            The statistical tools used in this project work are Randomised completely block design (RCBC) and fisher’s least significant difference (LSD) where the three diseases represent the block and the number of years represent the treatment.
            The result of these statistical tools used show that there are significant different between the diseases (HIV, RVD and Gonorrhoea) and that there are no significant different between the years (2002-2011).


TABLE OF CONTENT
·         Front Page
·         Certification
·         Acknowledgement
·         Dedication
·         Abstract
·         Table of Content

CHAPTER ONE
1.0       INTRODUCTION
1.1       PURPOSE OF THE STUDY
1.2       OBJECTIVES
1.3       RESEARCH HYPOTHESIS
1.4       SCOPE OF THE STUDY
1.5       DEFINITIONS OF SOME MEDICAL TERMS

CHAPTER TWO
2.0       LITERATURE REVIEW
2.1       SYMPTOMS OF STD IN MAN
2.2       SYMPTOMS OF STD IN WOMAN
2.3       HOW IT CAN BE TREATED
2.4       GONORRHOEA
2.5       RECTRO-VIRAL DISEASE
2.6       HOW HIV CAN BE PREVENTED
2.7       THE FUTURE OF HIV
2.8       HOW HIV IS TRANSMITTED
2.9       JUSTIFICATION OF THE RESEARCH WORK

CHAPTER THREE
3.0       RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
3.1       DEFINITION OF RESEARCH
3.2       SOURCES OF DATA
3.3       USE OF MULTIPLE BAR CHART
3.4       THE STATISTICAL TOOL USED
3.5       PROCEDURE FOR RANDOMISED
COMPLETELY BLOCK DESIGN (RCBD)
3.6       MODEL OF RCBD
3.7       ESTIMATION OF PARAMETERS
3.8       PARTITIONING OF SUM OF SQUARE
3.9       TEST OF HYPOTHESIS
3.10     THEORETICAL ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE

CHAPTER FOUR
4.0       ANALYSIS OF THE DATA COLLECTED
4.1       THE YEARLY ANALYSIS ON THE RATE
AT WHICH PEOPLE CONTACT SEXUALLY
TRANSMITTED DISEASES (HIV, RVD AND GONORRHOEA)
4.2       COMPUTATION OF THE DATA
4.3       FISHER’S LEAST SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCE

CHAPTER FIVE
5.0       INTERPRETATION, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION
5.1       INTERPRETATION
5.2       CONCLUSION
5.3       RECOMMENDATION
            REFERENCES
 
CHAPTER ONE
1.0     INTRODUCTION
Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are diseases that are mainly passed from one person to another during sex as the name implies. There are atleast twenty-five different sexually symptoms. These diseases may be spread through vaginal and oral sex.
            Most sexually transmitted diseases will only affect one if one has sexual contact with someone who has been infected with STD.
            Furthermore, one may become aware that one has an STD because of symptoms or it may be that a partner may claim that she has an STD which might have been passed on to another. Some STDs can be transmitted through an infected person even if the infected person doesn’t see any symptom(s). certain STDs can also be transmitted from a pregnant woman to her unborn child.
            Moreover, if one thinks one might have contacted an STD, then one should go and see a doctor. Many STDs can easily be cured if timely attended to and if left untreated, they might cause unpleasant pains and agony and may lead to long-term damage such as infertility.
            Some of the sexually transmitted diseases are; bacterial vaginosis, Chlamydia- which is caused by Chlamydia Trachematis Bacterium, public lice or crab, genital warts, gonorrhoea, Humane immunodeficiency virus, Rectro-viral diseases e.t.c. Types of STD diseases are Gonorrhoea, Humane Immunodeficiency virus and Rectro-viral diseases.

1.1     PURPOSE OF THE STUDY
          The purpose of this study is primarily with the aim of studying the rate at which people contact sexually transmitted diseases (HIV, RVD and Gonorrhoea).

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