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    • Promoting Equity In Health 

      Tamburlini, Giorgio; Garofolo, Burlo (2004-12)
      To promote health equity is to address a great deal of inequities in society. It is not easy but it can be done. It requires that an upstream action is taken. This action consists of eight steps: analyse inequity, act on ...
    • A system dynamics tool for IT investments. 

      Ssemaluulu, Paul Mukasa; Ddembe, Williams (Fountain Publishers, 2006-01-01)
      Systems dynamics modeling is the technique of constructing and running a model of an abstract system in order to study its behavior without disrupting the environment of the real system. The process simulated in this study, ...
    • Complexity and risk in IS projects: a system dynamics approach 

      Ssemaluulu, Paul Mukasa; Ddembe, Williams (Fountain Publishers, 2007)
      In spite of ongoing research on IS risks and the increased sophistication of the tools and techniques developed, IS risks continue to be a challenge to IS professionals and managers. Increased complexity leads to increased ...
    • 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 ...
    • Basooka kwavula 

      Mulindwa, F. Henry (2008-02-14)
    • Books 

      Angucia, Margaret (2010)
      Chelpi-den Hamer’s book on the youngest recruits brings to attention the prevalence of the problem of children involved in conflict in Cotê d’ Ivoire. This is important because the problem of the involvement of children ...
    • Maternal monitoring: lowering child mortality by use of ICTs. 

      Ssemaluulu, Paul Mukasa; Muma, Wycliff; Katongole, Paul; Mwase, Maria (Fountain Publishers, 2010)
      In this paper, we describe the creation and development of an Electronic Health Records System that automates record keeping procedures for both patients and medical practitioners in a health ...
    • Rural Poverty Eradication and Sustainability Consciousness in Kyanamukaaka Sub-County’s Decentralised Framework 

      Ssentongo, Jimmy Spire (Uganda Martyrs University, 2011-01)
      Development and governance literature is affluent with theorisations that a decentralised system of governance stands high chances of translating into improved service delivery. Some of such literature hardly qualifies ...
    • New Public Management Reforms and Efficiency in Urban Water Service Delivery in Developing Countries: Blessing or Fad? 

      Mukokoma, Maurice (Sage, 2012)
      Abstract Managing publicly owned entities using private sector principles, commonly known as New Public Management (NPM), is a widespread reform in Developing Countries. The theoretical and empirical debate on the effect ...
    • Inquiry into a Withering Heritage: The Relevance of Traditional Baganda Approaches to Sustainable Environmental Conservation Today 

      Ssentongo, Jimmy Spire (Uganda Martyrs University, 2012-01)
      Humanity is currently faced with several environmental problems. From North Pole to South Pole it is vividly clear that there is much still wanting in environmental conservation on this volatile planet, our only home. It ...
    • Dude you're a fag: masculinity and sexuality in high school 

      Namatende-Sakwa, Lydia (Taylor and Francis, 2013-05-07)
      Through a picturesque ethnographic description, Pascoe’s Dude, you’re a fag: masculinity and sexuality in high school gives a fly-on-the-wall experience of sexuality in high school. Informed by an interactionist approach ...
    • Living with Ethnic Difference in Uganda: Reflections on Realities and Knowledge Gaps with Specific Reference to Kibaale District 

      Ssentongo, Jimmy Spire (Cultural Foundation of Uganda, 2014-01)
      Contemporary Uganda is embroiled in a number of inter-ethnic challenges at varying degrees of intensity and complexity. Kibaale presents a curious case that is grounded in a complex history of pre-colonial inter-ethnic ...
    • Mainstreaming Education for Sustainable Development in Uganda Martyrs University: A critical analysis of the strategy 

      Ssentongo, Jimmy Spire; Byaruhanga, Aloysius (Rhodes University Environmental Learning Research Centre, 2015)
      It has been observed by several scholars, commentators, and sustainability-related bodies that one of the most important ways of realising sustainable development is by integrating it in both what is taught and how it is ...
    • Gender Equality, HIV/AIDS, and Marriage: 

      Mutonyi, Harriet (Uganda Martyrs University, 2016)
      The overarching goal of this book is to increase our understanding of how marriage impacts the fight against women’s inequality and HIV/AIDS, and how the HIV/AIDS and gender equality discourse is taken up by married teachers ...
    • The Motivation Dilemma: 

      Mukokoma, Maurice (Uganda Martyrs University, 2016)
      Motivation cannot be avoided or ignored at any level and in whatever context. Managers use motivation in the workplace to inspire people to work, both individually and in groups, to produce the best results for business ...
    • Language and Girl Child Education: 

      Namusisi, Speranza (Uganda Martyrs University, 2016)
      This book focuses on the role language plays in the education of girls in Uganda’s primary education. It provides a historical and theoretical background to genders socialization education and language. It further discusses ...
    • Organisational performance measurement models, also for poverty alleviation 

      Nalwoga, Mary Maurice (2016)
      In this contribution, organisational performance measurement models are reviewed to determine to what extent they can also be used as an instrument for poverty alleviation. In this paper, we explore the organisational ...
    • The Church in Africa: 

      Namuli, A.; Bwangatto, A.; Kamweri, J. M. M.; Okello, L.; D’Arbela, P. G. (Little Sisters of St. Francis Publication., 2016)
      The authors of this book have attempted to assemble in one volume basic information about the Church in the setting of the Uganda social fabric, in many respects applicable to the African situation south of the Sahara, ...
    • African Concept of Participation: 

      Mutyaba, E. M. (Asian Trading Corporation, 2016)
      This chapter presents the African concept of participation as having a theological foundation. The African notion of participation is understood in terms of appurtenance to God our source and in whose fraction of vital ...