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Architectural education in sub-Saharan Africa: an investigation into pedagogical positions and knowledge frameworks
(Routlegde, Taylor and Francis group, 2020-09-08)
Formal architectural education in sub-Saharan Africa was established in the 1920s, initially in South Africa, and later in Kenya and Nigeria during the 1950s. The first postcolonial schools in Ghana and Sudan were also ...
Risk Factors for Seropositivity to Kaposi Sarcoma–Associated Herpesvirus Among Children in Uganda
(Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2013)
Background: Determinants of Kaposi sarcoma–associated herpesvirus (KSHV) seropositivity among children living in sub-Saharan African populations where infection is endemic are not well understood. Local environmental ...
A review of enabling factors in support intervention programmes for early school leavers:
One of the major problems facing education systems in Sub-Saharan Africa is the phenomenon of young people who leave school before completion. Research has shown that this phenomenon disadvantages young people and exposes ...
Who should diversify and move out of agriculture? Income portfolios and household welfare in rural Uganda
In this paper we present empirical evidence of the welfare effects of rural income diversification and off-farm income generation. We use household survey data from two panel rounds in rural Uganda, and fixed and random ...
Sustainable Energy Transitions in Sub-Saharan African Cities: The Role of Local Government
Sub-Saharan Africa is urbanizing fast, and by 2040 the population of the subcontinent is expected to be predominantly urban, placing a vastly increased burden on urban governance. Energy futures modeling indicates that 75% ...
The Milk Delivery Chain and Presence of Brucella Spp. Antibodies in Bulk Milk in Uganda
This study examinedthe influence of informal milk delivery chains on the risk of human exposure to Brucellaspp. through milk consumption in two regions of Uganda (Gulu and Soroti Districts). The work involved describing ...