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    • Major Environmental Constraints on Growth of Micro and Small Enterprises in Uganda: A Survey of Selected Micro and Small Enterprises in Mbarara Municipality 

      Nuwagaba, Arthur; Nzewi, Hope (International Journal of Cooperative Studies, 2013)
      Micro and Small enterprises (henceforth, MSEs) play a key role in economic growth and industrial development of a country. They make vital contributions in improving economic and social sectors of a country through stimulating ...
    • Malaria Control and Development 

      Muganga, George (Bishop Stuart University, 2012)
      This book gives critical analysis of why malaria is ranked as one of the leading killer diseases in Africa whose prevalence is a cause of concern. The author also goes into developmental problems that arise from effect of ...
    • Malaria control for rural areas in Uganda: localizing the interventions 

      Muganga, George (Department of Development Studies, Bishop Stuart University, Mbarara, Uganda, 2011)
      Background. Malaria is a public health and socio-economic threat to development in most countries in Sub-Saharan Africa,and particularly in rural areas. In Uganda, a number of malaria control interventions have been adopted, ...
    • Malaria Control in Rural areas in Uganda 

      Muganga, George (Faculty of Business and Development Studies Bishop Stuart University, 2010-12)
      The paper highlights some of the malaria control policies and interventions adopted by the Ugandan government and shows what should be done to ensure malaria control.The paper is based on survey results from rural Mbarara ...
    • Management of Problems 

      Aheisibwe, Irene (Bishop Stuart University, 2012)
      This book seeks to equip teachers, students and communities in general with the actionable or 'do-able' approach to solving problems. The Journey Approach, as she calls it, aims to find solutions to everyday problems and ...
    • Managing Bereavement 

      Tindiwensi, Samuel (Bishop Stuart University, 2012)
      Managing Bereavement: A christian approach is a compassionate book that offers conform to those who lost their loved ones. Death is never palatable but this study at least makes one understand its inevitibility and how to ...
    • Medicinal plants used in malaria treatment by Prometra herbalists in Uganda 

      Kamatenesi-Mugisha, Maud; Godwin, Anywar; MohamedAdia, Madina; Byamukama, Robert; Sekagya, Yahaya; Kakudidi, Esezah K.; .Kiremire, Bernard T (2014-06)
      Ethnopharmacological relevance: The aim of the survey was to document medicinal plants used in malaria treatment by Prometra (Promociondelamedicinatradicionalamazonica) Traditional Medical Practitioners (TMPs) of Uganda ...
    • Medicinal Plants Used in Paediatric Health Care in Namungalwe Sub County, Iganga District, Uganda 

      Nalumansi, Patricia; Kamatenesi-Mugisha, Maud; Godwin, Anywar (Nova Journal of Medical and Biological Sciences, 2014)
      Background: An ethnobotanical study was carried out in Namungalwe Sub County, Iganga District Eastern Uganda, to document medicinal plant species used in disease management among children. Methods: Ethnobotanical data ...
    • Medicinal Plants Used in Paediatric Health Care in Namungalwe Sub County, Iganga District, Uganda 

      Nalumansi, Patricia; Kamatenesi-Mugisha, Maud; Godwin, Anywar (Nova Journal of Medical and Biological Sciences, 2014)
      Background: An ethnobotanical study was carried out in Namungalwe Sub County, Iganga District Eastern Uganda, to document medicinal plant species used in disease management among children.Methods: Ethnobotanical data was ...
    • Medicinal plants used in the treatment of fungal and bacterial infections in and around Queen Elizabeth Biosphere Reserve, western Uganda 

      Kamatenesi-Mugisha, Maud; Oryem-Origa, Hannington; Odyek, Olwa; Makawiti, Dominic W. (Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2008)
      In Uganda, bacterial and fungal infections are prevalent especially, the sexually transmitted diseases including HIV⁄AIDS. Because of low socio-economic empowerment,traditional beliefs and cultural barriers, the suffering ...
    • Medicinal plants used to induce labour during childbirth in Western Uganda 

      Kamatenesi-Mugisha, Maud; Oryem-Origa, Hannington (Elsevier Ireland Ltd., 2006-07-05)
      Traditional medicine usage in rural Ugandan population for day-to-day health care needs is close to 90%.Women and children form the bulk of the people reliant on herbal medicine. This study was undertaken to document how ...
    • Men “missing” from population-based HIV testing: insights from qualitative research 

      Camlin, Carol S.; Ssemmondo, Emmanuel; Chamie, Gabriel; El Ayadi, Alison M.; Kwarisiima, Dalsone; Sang, Norton; Kabami, Jane; Charlebois, Edwin; Petersen, Maya; Tamara D., Clark; Bukusi, Elizabeth A.; Cohen, Craig R.; Kamya, Moses R.; Havlir, Diane (Informa UK limited, 2016)
      Men’s uptake of HIV testing is critical to the success of “test and treat” strategies in generalized epidemics. This study sought to identify cultural factors and community processes that influence men’s HIV testing uptake ...
    • Menarcheal Age Among Public Secondary School Girls In Bushenyi District, Uganda 

      Ephraim, Dafiewhare Onokiojare (Dafiewhare Onokiojare Ephraim, 2017-11)
      Menarcheal age marks the transition from girlhood to adulthood. It is a sensitive reproductive health indicator which reflects the public health status of a population. Its early onset is associated with diseases like ...
    • Microgeographical and tribal variations in water contact and Schistosoma mansoni exposure within a Ugandan fishingcommunity 

      Pinot de Moira, Angela; Fulford, Anthony J. C.; Kabatereine, Narcis B.; Kazibwe, Francis; Ouma, John H.; Dunne, David W.; Booth, Mark (Tropical Medicine and International Health, 2017-06)
      Objective: To explore patterns of water contact and Schistosoma mansoni exposure by age, sex, tribe and space within a single village. Methods; For 10 months, we systematically observed water contacts made by the 800 ...
    • Molecular epidemiology of Schistosoma mansoni in Uganda:DNA barcoding reveals substantial genetic diversity within Lake Albert and Lake Victoria populations 

      Stothard, J. R.; Webster, B. L.; Weber, T.; Nyakaana, S.; Webster, J. P.; Kazibwe, Francis; Kabatereine, N. B.; Rollinson, D. (Cambridge University Press, 2009-07)
      Representative samples of Ugandan Schistosoma mansoni from Lake Albert and Lake Victoria were examined using DNA barcoding, sequence analysis of two partially overlapping regions – ASMIT (396 bp) & MORGAN (617 bp) – of the ...
    • Morals in Religious Education 

      Ahabwe, Emmanuel (Bishop Stuart University, 2012)
      This book raises the question whether religious education in schools should stop at imparting knowledge of the Bible or whether it should go beyond that by actively promoting moral awareness in the young minds. This is a ...
    • Morbidity due to Schistosoma mansoni: an epidemiological assessment of distended abdomen syndrome in Ugandan school children with observations before and 1-year after anthelminthic chemotherapy 

      Balena, Julie; Stotharda, J. Russell; Kabatereine, Narcis B.; Tukahebwa, Edridah M.; Kazibwee, Francis; Whawell, Sarah; Webster, Joanne P.; Utzinger, J¨urg; Fenwick, Alan (Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 2006-06)
      Summary: The objectives of this study were to determine the prevalence and distribution of distended abdomens among Ugandan school children across a range of eco-epidemiological settings and to investigate the relationship ...
    • Motivation to join the Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety 

      Brian, Kanaahe Mwebaze Bilal (Uganda Red Cross Society, 2016)
      Uganda Red Cross society, Mbarara Branch has continued implementing activities in the vulnerable communities in accordance with the vision and mission of the national society. Vision: An empowered, healthy and self-sustaining ...
    • Multi-stakeholder partnerships in value chain development: A case of the organic pineapple in Ntungamo district, Western Uganda 

      Mutebi Kalibwani, Rebecca; Twebaze, Jennifer; Kamugisha, Rick; Kakuru, Medard; Sabiiti, Moses; Irene, Kugonza; Moses, Tenywa; Sospeter, Nyamwaro (Emerald, 2018)
      Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate that agricultural commodity value chain development using multi-stakeholder partnerships (MSPs) can fast-track improvement in the livelihoods of rural farming households. ...
    • The nexus between mental health and sustainable development 

      Bahati, Ronald (Faculty of Business and Development Studies Bishop Stuart University, 2012-12)
      This article interrogates the nexus between mental health and sustainable development by using the eight millennium Development goals( MDGs) set by the UN as benchmarks for the needed development in the World.It shows how ...