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    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • Cancer Care in Countries in Transition in Africa: The Case of Uganda 

      Mwaka, Amos Deogratius; Wabinga, Henry; Garimoi, Orach Christopher (Springer, Cham, 2016)
      Uganda is a low-income country experiencing epidemiological transition with a double burden of communicable diseases including malaria, tuberculosis, and HIV as well as a rising incidence of noncommunicable diseases including ...
    • Capacity Building in Adaptive Reuse Through Collaborative Workshops for Students: On-Site and Remote Experiences in Rwanda and Zanzibar 

      Ahimbisibwe, Achilles; Louw, Michael; Michieletto, Manlio; Olweny, Mark R. O.; Papanicolaou, Stella; Lans, Berend van der (European Union, 2021)
      The idea of ‘adaptive reuse’ is relatively new in the African built environment. The value of working with existing under-utilised buildings as a resource for the future lies in the inherent potential for addressing sensitive ...
    • Challenges of Diagnosis and Treatment of Epilepsy at Mulago National Referral Hospital in Kampala, Uganda 

      Ddumba, Edward (Springer, New York, NY, 2015)
      Epilepsy is a common condition in Low Income Countries like Uganda. These countries are overburdened by infectious diseases like Malaria, Tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS. Uganda is going through an epidemiologic transition from ...
    • 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, ...
    • 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 ...
    • Conceptual modeling of nodding syndrome: a system dynamics and sequence approaches 

      Ongaya, Kizito; Ssemaluulu, Paul Mukasa; Oyo, Benedict; Bongomin, Pido (The Centre for Democracy, Research and Development (CEDRED), 2017-06)
      Conceptual modelling of nodding syndrome (NS) has hardly been considered in most scientific literature although symptoms of the disease has been widely studied. A conceptual model is a representation of hypothesis about a ...
    • Current State of Palliative Care in Uganda 

      Namukwaya, Elizabeth; Mwaka, Amos Deogratius; Namisango, Eve; Mwesiga, Donald Mark; Downing, Julia (Springer Nature, 2020-10-30)
      The need for palliative care in Uganda has exponentially increased due to the ageing population, the increased number of non-communicable diseases and the high prevalence of HIV/acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS). ...
    • 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 ...
    • Educating Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Learners in Inclusive Classrooms in Tanzania: In Harry Knoors, Maria Brons, and Marc Marschark (eds.): Deaf Education Beyond the Western World: Context, Challenges, and Prospects 

      Namirembe, Bernadatte (Oxford University Press Online, 2019)
      Educating deaf and hard-of-hearing (DHH) learners poses a challenge to teachers working in inclusive education settings such as the ones in Tanzania. Having DHH learners in the classroom is viewed as a burden by all ...
    • Financial planning for effective hospital management 

      Amoding, Jane Florence (Centre for Action and Applied Research for Development (CAARD), 2016)
    • Frauds in Business Organizations: A Comprehensive Overview 

      Nakitende, Marie Goretti; Rafay, Abdul; Waseem, Maimoona (IGI Global, 2021-03-01)
      Fraud has been evolving and increasing with the change in the work environment, organizational structures, industrialization, and legislation. Money, greed, manipulation, job pressures, family needs, opportunity, politics, ...
    • 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 ...
    • Gender Representation in Learning Materials: International Perspectives 

      Namatende-Sakwa, Lydia (Equinox Publishing Ltd, 2018)
      Gender Representation in Learning Materials: International Perspectives provides remarkable insight into research on gender and textbooks from an international perspective, illuminating diverse contexts, methodology, raising ...
    • 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 ...
    • Legislation for Public Procurements and Disposal of Public Assets: The Case of Uganda 

      Wanyama, Simeon (IGI Global, 2021-03-01)
      This chapter is about corrupt practices in the public procurement cycle. Taking the example of Uganda, it identifies what takes place at each of the stages of public procurement and examines the perspectives of stakeholders ...
    • 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 ...