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Adoption of appropriate technology in construction: A pilot study of compressed earth blocks uptake in Kamuli District – Uganda
The use of compressed soil blocks (CSB) in the construction of housing in Uganda can be traced back to the slum upgrading projects of the early 1990’s (DCDM, 2003a; 2003b). 25 years on, the propagation of a technology ...
Agro-Related Policy Awareness and Their Influence in Adoption of New Agricultural Technologies; A Case of Tissue Culture Banana in Uganda
(Academic Research Publishing Group, 2019)
Adoption of banana tissue culture in Uganda still remains low despite the availability of policies geared to enhancing agriculture. A survey was carried out on 115 smallholder farmers in Central Uganda to establish the ...
Factors that Influence Potential Success of eHealth Standards Adoption in a Low- and Middle-Income Country: a review
(Journal of Health Informatics in Africa, 2020)
Assessing the potential success of adopted technology, innovation, or standard in a Low and Middle-Income Country like Uganda continues to focus on outcomes of adoption. This study aimed to investigate the potential ...
Farmer-based Dynamics in Tissue Culture Banana Technology Adoption: A Socio-economic Perspective among Small Holder Farmers in Uganda
(Academic Journals, 2018-12-13)
The rates at which tissue-culture banana technology at smallholder farmer level in Uganda are adopted have reduced since the late 1990s. The study assessed the socio-economic factors influencing adoption of this technology ...