HEALTH EDUCATION AS A PARADIGM TO ACHIEVING VISION 2020 IN NIGERIA NATION
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title Page i
Table of Contents v
1.1 Background to the Study 1
1.2 Statement of the Problem 4
1.3 Purpose of the Study 5
1.4 Research Questions 5
1.5 Hypotheses 6
1.6 Significance of the Study 6
1.7 Scope of the Study 8
1.8 Delimitation 11
1.9 Limitations 11
1.10 Definition of Terms 12
REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
- How vision 2020 Using Health Education can bring
The all Needed Development 14
- How the Implementation of Vision 2020 Can
Realize the Developmental changes Needed in Nigeria 20
- The Issue of Security of Lives and Properties 26
- The Independence of the Judiciary and Good
METHOD OF THE STUDY
3.1 Research Design 44
3.2 Population of the Study 44
3.3 Pilot Testing 44
3.4 Sample and Sampling Techniques 45
3.5 Research Instrument 45
3.6 Validity of the Instrument 45
3.7 Reliability of the Instrument 46
3.8 Administration of Instrument 46
3.9 Method of Data Analysis 47
AND DISCUSSION OF RESULTS
4.1 Data Presentation, analysis and Interpretation 48
4.2 Discussion of Results 57
CHAPTER FIVE: SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND
5.1 Summary 59
5.2 Conclusion 59
5.3 Recommendations for further Study 69
Appendix I (Questionnaire) 74
Appendix II 78
Appendix III 90
The study deals with students’ awareness to development and health issues that is, Health Education as a paradigm of vision 2020 in Nigeria nation, gotten from the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Health, Environmental Education and Human Kinetics and Computer Science in the University of Benin. The sample consisted of 121 students drawn from three departments, only 110 responded. Data was analyzed in tabular forms using the simple percentage method. Findings were that the students had knowledge of the theme of the project. But was a little bit sceptical about the realization of its objectives.
Background to the Study
According to Professor Emmanuel Ofeme, in Owerri, while delivering lecture at the 2nd Sam Okwaraji Memorial Lecture, Published by Chimaobi Uchendu, in the Sun News online sports of Friday, September 19, 2008, he said that unlike vision 2010, which was collaborative in its formulation and comprehensiveness in articulation in scope, Vision 2020 is only a single track, very large organization, but low to change and interest of the people type of development strategy for the national economy of Nigeria, as it is only defined in terms of economy.
This is the financial system strategy (FSS, 2020) model. Its main focus is to make Nigeria to become among the 20 best developed economics in the World by the Year 2020.
The former Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Governor, Professor Charles Soludo, is the source and author of this great vision 2020, which he recorded in 2007, and has listed educational reforms, among others, as vital to its actualization.
In this write-up, the Health Education as a paradigm to the achieving of vision 2020 goals in Nigeria nation, shows the when, what, where and how the knowledge of Health Education can facilitate effectively the achievement of the Vision 2020 goals.
And by referring to the National Policy of Education, or objective, Section 1, subsection 4(a), which says that, Education is an instrument for national development, to this end, the formulation of ideas, their integration for national development, and interaction of persons and ideas are all aspects of education. This implies that, the education of a nation will result to a better citizen, made up of individuals who are mostly independent and can contribute, and take decisions to the benefit of their nation, and also themselves. And a country where people can live effectively and healthy life will be easily developed through given health instruction and education to the people living in it.