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  • Women Empowerement Through Higher Education for Social Transformation in Uganda: Which Education? 

    Kisoga, Buchana Josef; Amayo, Flavia (Uganda Martyrs University Press, 2018)
  • Ontological Foundations of Traditional African Morality 

    Mutyaba, Emmauel Musoke (Paulines Africa, 2018)
    The author argues that traditional African morality is founded in traditional African ontological reflection (a reflection on being) hence it has a purely rational origin. Man discovered meaning in himself from a reflection ...
  • A Study of Housing, Good Health and Well-Being in Kampala, Uganda 

    Mutyaba, E. M. (Springer, 2021)
    This chapter presents adequate housing as a necessity for health and well-being. To the literature it adds a theoretical argument aimed at convincing African governments and peoples that adequate housing is a human right ...
  • 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, ...
  • Stewards of the Natural Environment Resources: 

    Kamweri, John Mary Mooka (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017)
    Purpose The slogan often used to describe the scenic beauty of Uganda's natural environment is ‘Gifted by Nature.' Rightly so, Uganda is home to Lake Victoria and four other lakes, not to mention crater lakes. Of the ...
  • 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 ...