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Final presentation

Group six

outline
Chapter 1
Location
Population
Purpose
Specific objective
Chapter two
Sample procedure
Study design
Data collection
Data analysis
Chapter three
Summary
Chapter four
Conclusion
Recommendation

CHAPTER ONE
By Sumaya

location:
Dumbuluk and damurle village is located in

Sheekh makaahil, borama, Awdal region


Somaliland. It is bordered by to the north
shedder, to the east qarhabashi, to the west
the valley and to the south mountains.

population:
The total population of dumbuluk and

damurle is estimated approximately 5000 of


people(Borama Local municipality). The most
people live that place are aged 20_30 years.
Generally the number of females are more
than that of males

The purpose:
The main purpose of this activity (needs

assessment) was to identify the exact health


problem affecting the people of dumbuluk and
damurle area and determine the priority
health need.

CHAPTER TWO
By Nimcan

objectives
To determine the major health problem

affecting the people of dumbuluk and damurle


area.
To identify the priority health need of the
people in dumbuluk and damurle area.
To determine the possible solutions to the
health problems facing the people of
dumbuluk and damurle area.

Sampling procedure
The sample procedure in this study is simple

random sampling method of data collection


because this method was suitable and can
reduced the bias of this study. In addition to
that this method was easy for the
investigators to get actual information from
the community.

study design
This investigation will be conduct by using

descriptive both qualitative and quantitative


study.

Data collection tools


The data was collected by using two main

methods which are verbal interviews and


participants observation.

Data Analysis
Qualitative data obtained was edited,

organized and coded according to the study


objectives then it was analysed by using data
packages such as SPSS.

CHAPTER THREE
By Abdirizak

Summary
majority of our respondents who live in

dumbuluq area were female having 82% while


male only were 18% in addition to that most of
our respondents were obove 40 yrs ,more than
half of our respondents were non educated
people having 58%.also in economic level
preponderance of our respondents were above
280$.all most all of our respondents were satisfied for
the health service they get in Borama although there
are no single health facility in dumbuluq area above
to that the two most critical problems our
respondents were suffering greatly were
communicable disease especially diarhea ,common
flue and noncommunicable disease especially

Gender

Male
18%

Female
82%

Age

Above 40 yrs 31-35 yrs


36%
26%

26-30yrs
16 %

21-25 yrs
12%

Marital
status

Married
64%

Single
22%

Divorced
10%

Widowed
4%

Income

Above 280 $
28%

$101-$160
26%

$40-$100
24%

$161-$220 <40
20%
2%

15-20 yrs
10%

CHAPTER FOUR
By Abdishakur

Conclusion
there are more health problems with the leading

one is common cold and flu then hypertension,


diarrhoea and vomiting and environmental
issues such as sanitation and hygiene, diabetes,
Tuberculosis and others particularly Peptic Ulcer
Disease (PUD) measles, malnutrition, and last
insufficient toilet consecutively and mostly all
these health problems occurs due to lack of
health education and counselling which can
improve their health status.

. In addition to that most of the community in

dumbuluq are ignorance which increase certain


diseases to spread easily and affect a lot of
people and in contrast make prevention of
disease very difficult. The two most critical
problems that need immediate intervention and
solution are communicable disease especially flu
and common cold and diarrhoea vomiting and
non-communicable diseases particularly
hypertension

Recommendation
We recommended to make or giving those

people health education and counselling to


protect and prevent the preventable diseases
such as hypertension, diabetes.
Most of those people are non-educated and we
suggested to make or awareness about to go
and getting education
To build health centre and mother and child
health (MCH) and non-formal education centre.

cont
To improve

sanitation and hygiene in order to


minimize the prevalence of diarrhoea and
typhoid fever which effects large number in
community
To improve the education of female since
most of the people who live in this area are
female who drop out schools early and their
education level Is very is poor
Local authority must make policy towards
areas which borama district consists of in
order to improve their health

EN