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    • Ugandan students' perspectives on the spread and prevention of HIV/AIDS: 

      Namazzi, Elizabeth (The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 2015-07)
      My study investigated perspectives that underlie Ugandan high school students’ understandings of the spread and prevention of HIV/AIDS and how they influenced by cultural practices. I adopted an interpretive case study ...
    • Uganda’s experience in Ebola virus disease outbreak preparedness, 2018–2019 

      Aceng, Jane Ruth; Ario, Alex R.; Muruta, Allan N.; Makumbi, Issa; Nanyunja, Miriam; Komakech, Innocent; Bakainaga, Andrew N.; Talisuna, Ambrose O.; Mwesigye, Collins; Mpairwe, Allan M.; Tusiime, Jayne B.; Lali, William Z.; Katushabe, Edson; Ocom, Felix; Kaggwa, Mugagga; Bongomin, Bodo; Kasule, Hafisa; Mwoga, Joseph N.; Sensasi, Benjamin; Mwebembezi, Edmund; Katureebe, Charles; Sentumbwe, Olive; Nalwadda, Rita; Mbaka, Paul; Fatunmbi, Bayo S.; Nakiire, Lydia; Lamorde, Mohammed; Walwema, Richard; Kambugu, Andrew; Nanyondo, Judith; Okware, Solome; Ahabwe, Peter B.; Nabukenya, Immaculate; Kayiwa, Joshua; Wetaka, Milton M.; Kyazze, Simon; Kwesiga, Benon; Kadobera, Daniel; Bulage, Lilian; Nanziri, Carol; Monje, Fred; Aliddeki, Dativa M.; Ntono, Vivian; Gonahasa, Doreen; Nabatanzi, Sandra; Nsereko, Godfrey; Nakinsige, Anne; Mabumba, Eldard; Lubwama, Bernard; Sekamatte, Musa; Kibuule, Michael; Muwanguzi, David; Amone, Jackson; Upenytho, George D.; Driwale, Alfred; Seru, Morries; Sebisubi, Fred; Akello, Harriet; Kabanda, Richard; Mutengeki, David K.; Bakyaita, Tabley; Serwanjja, Vivian N.; Okwi, Richard; Okiria, Jude; Ainebyoona, Emmanuel; Opar, Bernard T.; Mimbe, Derrick; Kyabaggu, Denis; Ayebazibwe, Chrisostom; Sentumbwe, Juliet; Mwanja, Moses; Ndumu, Deo B.; Bwogi, Josephine; Balinandi, Stephen; Nyakarahuka, Luke; Tumusiime, Alex; Kyondo, Jackson; Mulei, Sophia; Lutwama, Julius; Kaleebu, Pontiano; Kagirita, Atek; Nabadda, Susan; Oumo, Peter; Lukwago, Robinah; Kasozi, Julius; Masylukov, Oleh; Kyobe, Henry Bosa; Berdaga, Viorica; Lwanga, Miriam; Opio, Joe C.; Matseketse, David; Eyul, James; Oteba, Martin O.; Bukirwa, Hasifa; Bulya, Nulu; Masiira, Ben; Kihembo, Christine; Ohuabunwo, Chima; Antara, Simon N.; Owembabazi, Wilberforce; Okot, Paul B.; Okwera, Josephine; Amoros, Isabelle; Kajja, Victoria; Mukunda, Basnet S.; Sorela, Isabel; Adams, Gregory; Shoemaker, Trevor; Klena, John D.; Taboy, Celine H.; Ward, Sarah E.; Merrill, Rebecca D.; Carter, Rosalind J.; Harris, Julie R.; Banage, Flora; Nsibambi, Thomas; Ojwang, Joseph; Kasule, Juliet N.; Stowell, Dan F.; Brown, Vance R.; Zhu, Bao-Ping; Homsy, Jaco; Nelson, Lisa J.; Tusiime, Patrick K.; Olaro, Charles; Mwebesa, Henry G.; Woldemariam, Yonas Tegegn (BMC, 2020)
      Since the declaration of the 10th Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) outbreak in DRC on 1st Aug 2018, several neighboring countries have been developing and implementing preparedness efforts to prevent EVD cross-border transmission ...
    • Uganda’s Minimum Health Care Package: Rationing Within the Minimum? 

      Ssengooba, Freddie (Uganda Martyrs University, Department of Health Sciences, 2004-04)
      Essential/minimum health care packages (MHCP) have appeared on the primary health care scene as a means of setting priorities for national health budgets. A technical approach of cost-effectiveness was sought to guide the ...
    • Uganda’s Vision 2040 and Human Needs Promotion 

      Balyejjusa, Moses Senkosi (AJOL, 2015)
      In 2013 the President of Uganda Yoweri Kaguta Museveni launched Uganda’s Vision 2040, a thirty-year development master plan which has received both praise and criticism from Ugandans. Although Vision 2040 has received both ...
    • Understanding Organic Food Qualities in the Global South: An East African Perspective 

      Jumba, Francis Richard; Freyer, Bernhard; Mwine, Julius; Dietrich, Phillip; Dietrich, Phillip (Canadian Center of Science and Education, 2012)
      Quality is a major component of the process of food production, delivery and consumption because it plays an influential role in consumer acceptability of the food. It has been widely suggested that food quality consists ...
    • University education for sustainable national development: Implications for University Leadership, Management and Society 

      Baligide, Samuel (2012)
      This paper discusses the social and philosophical underpinnings of the role of education in economic development in Uganda. It is partly based on a study on bureaucracy and the management of the challenges facing Makerere ...
    • University Examination Results Management Information System (UERMIS): A Case Study of Bishop Stuart University Mbarara, Western Uganda 

      Atuhaire, Marion Bangirana (Uganda Martyrs University, 2008)
      ATUHAIRE MARION BANGIRANA (2008-03-MSCIS-PT-001) University Examination Results Management Information System (UERMIS): A Case Study of Bishop Stuart University Mbarara, Western Uganda The purpose of this study was to ...
    • Unrest Over Health Sector Remuneration: What is the Problem? 

      Mugisha, John Francis (Uganda Martyrs University, Department of Health Sciences, 2003-12)
      Employee unrest over remuneration in the Ugandan health sector is an old problem. Although salaries have been increasing since 1990, the country has witnessed more strikes in this period than before. In fact, one has the ...
    • Urban Open Spaces in Kampala, Uganda 

      Olweny, Mark R. O.; Adule, C. (Faculty of the Built Environment, Uganda Martyrs’ University, Uganda, 2008)
      Kampala is one of the few cities in Africa arguably of African origin, having been the location of the capital of the Kingdom of Buganda - one of the largest and oldest kingdoms in the region - for close to a century ...
    • Urban Poverty and its Effects on Children: A Case Study of Selected Families in Ruharo Ward, Kamukuzi Division, Mbarara Municipality 

      Kajubi, Ndwadde Evelyn (Uganda Martyrs University, 2008)
      KAJUBI NDWADDE EVELYN (2008-M092-30042) Urban Poverty and its Effects on Children: A Case Study of Selected Families in Ruharo Ward, Kamukuzi Division, Mbarara Municipality There is a general belief that urban populations ...
    • Use of “flight simulator” for training it managers in investment decision making. 

      Ssemaluulu, Paul Mukasa; Ddembe, Williams (Fountain Publishers, 2008)
      In this paper it has been suggested that the findings of research on managerial decisionmaking may be relevant in IT, but that research needs to be carried out on the factors that influence the decisions of IT managers in ...
    • User fees in private non-for-profit hospitals in Uganda: a survey and intervention for equity 

      Amone, Joseph; Asio, Salome; Cattaneo, Adriano; Kweyatulira, Annet Kakinda; Macaluso, Anna; Maciocco, Gavino; Mukokoma, Maurice; Ronfani, Luca; Santini, Stefano (BioMed Central Ltd., 2005)
      Background: In developing countries, user fees may represent an important source of revenues for private-non-for-profit hospitals, but they may also affect access, use and equity. Methods: This survey was conducted in ...
    • Using HMIS for monitoring and planning: the experience of Uganda catholic medical bureau 

      Mandelli, Andrea; Giusti, Daniele (Uganda Martyrs University Press, 2005-04)
      Uganda has been successful in implementing the national "Health Management Information System" (HMIS). This is attributed to the combined efforts of different providers operating jointly in the health system. Disease ...
    • Using participatory action research to improve vocational skills training for marginalised youth in Uganda: 

      Tukundane, Cuthbert; Zeelen, Jacques (International Journal of Training Research, 2015)
      Although vocational education and training is considered to be a good option for improving livelihood opportunities for marginalised youth in developing countries, it often suffers from an image problem. This situation ...
    • Using the workload indicator of staffing needs (WISN) methodology to assess work pressure among the nursing staff of Lacor hospital. 

      Mugisha, F. John; Namaganda, Grace (Uganda Martyrs University Press, 2008-04-01)
      In their effort to provide adequate and quality health services, health systems in both developed and the developing countries have to confront the challenges of an ever increasing population with limited or diminishing ...
    • Utilization of Information Communication Technology in Selected Secondary Schools: A Case Study of Buikwe District, Uganda. 

      Tenywa, Godfrey Angel (Uganda Martyrs University, 2014)
      GODFREY TENYWA ANGEL (2014-M142-20023) Utilization of Information Communication Technology in Selected Secondary Schools: A Case Study of Buikwe District, Uganda. The study focused on the Utilisation of Information ...
    • Validity of Modified Early Obstetric Warning System (Meows) In Low Resource Setting: A Case of St. Francis Hospital Nsambya, Kampala, Uganda 

      Kizito, Omona (Texila International Journal of Clinical Research, 2018-06)
      Globally every day, about 830 women die due to complications of pregnancy and child birth. Of these deaths, 99% occur in low-resource settings, and most could be prevented. Use of Modified Early Obstetric Warning System ...
    • Viral Load Detection Using Dried Blood Spots in a Cohort of HIV-1- Infected Children in Uganda: Correlations with Clinical and Immunological Criteria for Treatment Failure 

      Costenaro, Paola; Lundin, Rebecca; Petrara, Maria Raffaella; Penazzato, Martina; Massavon, William; Kizito, Susan; Nabachwa, Sandra Monica; Nannyonga Musoke, Maria; Namisi, Charles; Morelli, Erika; Bilardi, Davide; Mazza, Mazza; Zanchetta, Marisa; Giaquinto, Carlo; De Rossi, Anita (American Society for Microbiology, 2014-04-22)
      High rates of virological suppression were reported among HIV-1-infected children of low- and middle-income countries (LMIC) up to 5 to 6 years after receiving combined antiretroviral treatment (cART) (1). In 2013, the ...
    • Visceral Effect of Female Genital Mutilation as Explained by Married People in Nigeria: Implications for Counselling 

      Umoh, S. H.1; Adeoye, E. A.; Bukoye, R.O.; Rotimi, Ogidan J. (African Journals Online, 2011)
      This study investigated the visceral effect of female genital mutilation as explained by married men and women in Nigeria. A Structured questionnaire designed by the researchers was administered to 500 respondents. Mean ...
    • Voting with their Feet: What Lessons Can be Leant From Increased Consumption of Public Services in Uganda? 

      Yates, Rob (Uganda Martyrs University, Department of Health Sciences, 2004-04)
      Uganda is a long way off achieving its Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Persistently high child and maternal mortality reflect to some extent the poor performance of the health sector. The poor health service performance ...