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This report on Men of Hope’s ground-breaking activities emerges from our ongoing DFID-funded collaborative study with the Institute for Development Studies at the University of Sussex, and was written by Jerker Edström, Chris Dolan and Thea Shahrokh, with Onen David.
It explores one central question, namely: ‘’ The study finds that, despite pervasive discrimination, this group of male survivors has been able to develop resilience and mutual support through collective action.
According to the Uganda National Household Survey (2009/2010), the adult illiteracy rate for the population aged 18 years and above is 29%.
This effort aims to immunize case contacts and contacts-of-contacts to try to strategically thwart the spread of the disease.The majority of illiterates (93%) live in rural areas, and there is a wide regional disparity in illiteracy rates.The Ugandan government regards literacy as one of the important factors for accelerating development and social transformation.Officials have identified 27 others who had contact with either the deceased boy or the suspected cases.
As such, Uganda remains in “Ebola response mode,” the ministry said.
Two of his family members also tested positive by that time: the boy’s 50-year-old grandmother and his 3-year-old brother.