By Judith Wafula,Sylvia Tuikong
This paper is predicated on examine findings from six universities in Kenya concerning 662 scholars, which published that stigmatization is a stumbling block in dealing decisively with GBV affecting scholars. also, the learn concerned one hundred forty four academics, 5 deans of scholars and heads of pupil counselling within the sampled universities including 4 pupil leaders and vice chancellors.
These findings corroborate earlier stories by way of (Chege, 2007; Parkes & Chege, 2010, p. 1-11; UNESCO, 2003) the place scholars didn't wish their instances to be referred to as as a result of the the phobia of stigmatization and repercussions. additional, the area healthiness association findings exhibit that male survivors are much less more likely to search scientific support as a result of stigma and prejudice relating to male sexuality or masculinity.
From the learn within the six universities, 21.8% of scholars within the public univerisites and 11.1% in deepest universities affirmed that stigmatization is a big challenge.The universities for this reason have a job to plan technique of coping with this vice and communique used to be discovered to be important during this finish. The paper provides highlights on stigmatization as a problem within the struggle opposed to GBV and the position of verbal exchange in coping with the vice with the comparable coverage recommendations.
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