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AN EXTENDED ESSAY OF THE PROBLEMS FACING THE YOUTH OF ST DRAW CHURCH OF UGANDA KAMULI PARISH
AN EXTENDED ESSAY POSTED TO BISHOP TUCKER COLLEGE OF THEOLOGY AND DIVINITY IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT WITH THE REQUIREMENT FOR BEING A DIPLOMA IN THEOLOGY OF UGANDA CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY.
We Isabirye David, hereby state that this is my own project of extended essay and it has been completed basing around the review of literary works (opposing view) from various authors and their ideas and thereafter seriously analyzed. In addition, it has a various my arguments that makes of any complete document. This expanded essay features therefore not been published as a completion for any different diploma besides the happiness for being diploma in Theology of Uganda Christian University.
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I appreciate God intended for enabling me personally to efficiently complete this project. Special thanks to my own supervisor Rev. Wilson Kiseka who sacrificed time to offer advise, support, encouragement and then for having been there for me throughout the project.
Great thanks head to my beloved mother Loy Wanyana and Grand Parents Rev. Wayne Katalo and wife Deborah Katalo for achieveing provided all of the financial support needed throughout this task and lastly to my special brothers and sisters who have always offered me support in this project.
My God bless you all!
This extended essay is dedicated to the Changeless God intended for the surprise of love, existence, strength and care during. To my mummy Loy Wanyana, my personal dear sis and siblings especially Paul W. and Kenneth W. who required the initiative to guide me all through the job. You always end up being remembered.
ASSERTION OF THE CHALLENGES
Despite the attempts done by the Anglican Cathedral of Uganda in improving the spirituality of the junior, many issues remain to the people especially the youth of St . Mark Cathedral of Uganda Kamuli Parish no problems have been offer the youth because Church leaders and parents together with the community members came out to lay down strategies to fix the problem which the youth victims of. Because of this , this extended essay is always to awaken the community and overcome the children to go and fight these kinds of problems which have brought long life effects with this generation.
The purpose of the study was to look at the problems facing the youth in St Mark House of worship of Uganda Kamuli parish the study was promoted simply by observation of acts of individualism characterized with anti-social behaviors in which many youth indulge in drug abuse, rape, theft alcohol consumption. Especially the study wanted to assess the reasons, effects of the issues facing the youth in St . Mark Kamuli Parish. Across sectional survey was designed in gathering data and a total test of 80 respondents including the youth, chapel elders, mothers and fathers union, youth leaders was used. The primary data was accumulated using a organized questionnaire and interview information. Both qualitative and quantitative data were collected.
Therefore , emergency actions such as sensitization and education of parents, church workers, listening to the junior, balancing the requirements with the House of worship are required. These can contribute to the business presentation of poor diet inside the area observed.
The study was intended to examine the issues facing the youth in St . Indicate Church of Uganda Kamuli Parish. Given the reference point
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