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Knowledge, attitude and practice of child survival strategies (css) among mothers attending immunization and antenatal clinics at a specialist maternal hospital, enugu, south east nigeria

Pat Uzo Okpala, Anthonia Emesowum, Peace Njideka Iheanacho, Elizabeth Agunwa, Ugochi A Nwajuo, Ikenna Okpala and Chisom Joy Mbadugha

The study was on knowledge, attitude and practice of Child Survival Strategies among mothers attending immunization and antenatal clinics at Mother of Christ Specialist Hospital, Enugu. The objectives of this study were set and research questions formulated from them and both were according to the purpose of the study. Data was collected using structured questionnaire, organization and analysis of data was done using simple statistical methods. The study was conducted with 180 mothers attending immunization clinic in a Specialist Hospital, Enugu. The findings of the study revealed that there was high knowledge about of Child Survival Strategies with majority of the respondents defining it as those strategies adopted to enable children live free from diseases. The mothers were found to have positive attitude towards the practice of Child Survival Strategies with the mean of the statements >2. There was practice of these strategies by the mothers but those that were found to have completed the five doses of tetanus toxoid were small. Lack of time, finance and husband’s interference were the main factors limiting their practice of these strategies. Health workers should continue to educate the public on these strategies so that there would be adequate knowledge especially in the rural communities.

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