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    • Operation Wealth Creation and Livelihoods of people with physical Disabilities 

      JUSTINE, KOBUHWEZI (Bishop Saturday University, 2017-10-03)
      The study was about Operation Wealth Creation and Livelihoods of PWDs in Kamukuzi Mbarara Municipality. The study aimed at; establishing the extent of involvement and participation of PWDs in operation wealth creation, ...
    • Oral acute toxicity study of selected botanical pesticide plants used by subsistence farmers around the Lake Victoria Basin 

      Kamatenesi-Mugisha, Maud; Buyungo, John Paul; Ogwal, Patrick; Kasibante, Alex; Deng, Arop L.; Ogendo, Joshua O.; Mihale, Matabola J. (African Journal of Environmental Science and Technology, 13-02)
      A survey carried out around the Lake Victoria region showed evidence that people around this region use plant extracts, parts and powders to protect stored food commodities from insect pests. The widely used plants were ...
    • Organizational meetings: Management and Benefits 

      Vincent, Bagire; Jolly, Byarugaba; Janet, Kyogabiirwe (Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2015)
      Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine the management and benefits of meetings so as to draw conclusions on their effectiveness in organizations given the increasing discontent about their set up. Design/metho ...
    • Origin and diversification of the human parasite Schistosoma mansoni 

      Kazibwe, Francis; Morgan, Jess A. T.; Dejong, Randall J.; Adeoye, Grace O.; Ansa, Ebenezer D. O.; Barbosa, Constança S.; Brémond, Philippe; Cesari, Italo M.; Charbonnel, Nathalie; Corrêa, Lygia R.; Coulibaly, Godefroy; D’andrea, Paulo Sérgio; De Souza, Cecilia Pereira; Doenhoff, Michael J.; File, Sharon; Idris, Mohamed A.; Incani, R. Nino; Jarne, Philippe; Karanja, Diana M. S.; Kpikpi, John; J. S, Nicholas; Mabaye, Amadou; Lwambo; Magalhães, Luiz A.; Makundi, Asanteli; Moné, Hélène; Mouahid, Gabriel; Muchemi, Gerald M.; Mungai, Ben N.; Séne, Mariama; Southgate, Vaughan; Tchuem Tchuenté, Louis Albert; Théron, Andre; Yousif, Fouad; Zanotti-Magalhães, Eliana M.; Mkoji, Gerald M.; Loker, Eric S. (Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2005)
      Schistosoma mansoni is the most widespread of the human-infecting schistosomes, present in 54 countries, predominantly in Africa, but also in Madagascar, the Arabian Peninsula, and the Neotropics. Adult-stage parasites ...
    • The oxytocic properties of Luffa cylindrica (L.) M. Roem. and Bidens pilosa L., traditionally used medicinal plants from western Uganda 

      Kamatenesi-Mugisha, Maud; Makawiti, Dominic W.; Oryem-Origa, Hannington; Odyek, Olwa; Nganga, Joseph (African Journal of Ecology, 2017)
      The usage of medicinal plants in childbirth in Uganda is along standing tradition. Over 80% of Ugandan women have childbirth at home and herbal remedies are administered to complete the process of childbirth. The herbs ...
    • The oxytocic properties of Luffa cylindrica (L.) M. Roem. and Bidens pilosa L., traditionally used medicinal plants from western Uganda 

      Kamatenesi Mugisha, Maud; Makawiti, Dominic W.; Oryem-Origa, Hannington; Odyek, Olwa; Nganga, Joseph (African Journal of Ecology, 2007)
      The usage of medicinal plants in childbirth in Uganda is a long standing tradition. Over 80% of Ugandan women have childbirth at home and herbal remedies are administered to complete the process of childbirth. The herbs ...
    • Participatory evaluation of inproved Technologies with farmers: The case of Bean technologies 

      Ugen, M. A.; Namanya, A.; Opio, F.; Tukamuhabwa, P.; Ssekabembe, R.S. (Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 2003)
      The National Beasns programme has curried out on-farm bean variety evaluation trials since 1986 to date using the convetional approach in addition to using farmer particippatory approach from 1992 with more farmer involvement ...
    • Pathogenicity of Pythium species on hosts associated with bean-based cropping system in south western Uganda 

      Virginia, Gichuru; Patrick., Okori; Robin, Buruchara; Fina., Opio (Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Crop Science, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda, 2004)
      A pathosystem is a subsystem of an ecosystem and is characterised by the phenomenon of parasitism. The bean-Pythium pathosystem consists of the host (bean), the pathogen (Pythium) and their host-pathogen relation. Of ...
    • Performance F5 Population based on Selection Marker by Bulk Segregant Analysis on Acid Soil 

      Sihaloho, Arvita Netti; Harianja, Robert (American Research Institute for Policy Development, 2016-12)
      The objective of this research was to obtain information about growth and production F5 population markers tolerant Al selected in acid soil condition. For determinating markers linked to Al tolerant character and phenotyping, ...
    • The perspective of Environmental Education 

      Nagawa, Gorrety (Faculty of Business and Development Studies Bishop Stuart University, 2012-12)
      Conservation awareness is a major prerequisite for proper management of the environment and the earth's natural resource heritage.Similarly, the 1:1ck o f alternati,·cs to particular resources can lead 10 increased ...
    • Physiological and molecular characterization of drought responses and identification of candidate tolerance genes in cassava 

      Elizabeth B., Kizito; Laban F., Turyagyenda; Morag, Ferguson; Yona, Baguma; Morris, Agaba; Jagger J. W., Harvey; David S., Osiru. O (Oxford University Press, 2013)
      Cassava is an important root crop to resource-poor farmers in marginal areas, where its production faces drought stress constraints. Given the difficulties associated with cassava breeding, a molecular understanding of ...
    • Planning a budget International Conference in Africa 

      Muganga, George (Bishop Stuart University, 2014-01)
      International conferences and events conlinue to increase in number world over. Whereas the global connectedness mainly as a result of modem technologies mean vinual communication, the need for physical and face to ...
    • Plants as highly diverse sources of construction wood, handicrafts and fibre in the Heihe valley (Qinling Mountains, Shaanxi, China) 

      Kang, Jin; Kang, Yongxiang; Feng, Jing; Liu, Mengying; Ji, Xiaolian; Li, Dengwu; Stawarczyk, Kinga; Łuczaj, Łukasz (Biomed Central, 2017-06-20)
      Background: Chinese rural communities living among species-rich forests have little documentation on species used to make handicrafts and construction materials originating from the surrounding vegetation. Our research aimed ...
    • Population Growth and Land Degradation 

      Atukunda, Gershom (Bishop Stuart University, 2012)
      This book deals with the effects of earth's ever increasing population on arable land in Uganda. Although this is an international phenomena, the consquences are more devastating in a country whose rate of population growth ...
    • Post-Election Conflictsand Conflict Resolution 

      Mpairwe, Anthony (Faculty of Business and Development Studies Bishop Stuart University, 2011-12)
      The post-election phase in Africa has witnessed a ncwdishearteoing feature of bcing marred by violent conflicts and conffict resolution muggln. This cannot go ,..;tbout appreciating chc dcmocncic transition on the ...
    • Postgraduate Handbook 

      Bishop Stuart University (Bishop Stuart University, 2016-12)
      The Post Graduate Handbook is one of the vital policy documents of Bishop Stuart University meant to guide students and staff in the processes of management of the graduate programmes to ensure high quality standards. With ...
    • Principles, design and processes of integrated agricultural research for development: experiences and lessons from LKPLS under the SSACP 

      Buruchara, R; Tukahirwa, J; Kashaija, I; Farrow, A; Wanjiku, C; Rao, KPC; Adekunle, W; Kwesiga, R; Majaliwa, MJG; Nyamwaro, SO; Kalibwani, R; Tenywa, M M; Lunze, L (African Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 2013)
      With increasing recognition holding the promise of overcoming the outstanding problems faced by African agriculture, IAR4D faces the danger of being ‘blurred’ by past approaches and falling short of its potential to deliver ...
    • Procurement Policy/Manual 

      Bishop Stuart University (Bishop Stuart University, 2017-02-17)
      This established comprehensive procurement policy clearly spells out specific roles and responsibilities of key parties in relation to procurement decision making. The policy has also established a standard framework that ...
    • Profiling lifetime episodes of upper gastrointestinal bleeding among patients from rural Sub-Saharan Africa where schistosoma mansoni is endemic 

      Opio, Christopher Kenneth; Kazibwe, Francis; Ocama, Ponsiano; Rejani, Lalitha; Belousova, Elena Nikolaevna; Ajal, Paul (Pan African Medical Journal, 2016-08-03)
      Introduction: Severe chronic hepatic schistosomiasis is a common cause of episodes upper gastrointestinal bleeding (UGIB) in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). However, there is paucity of data on clinical epidemiology of episodes ...
    • Profiling lifetime episodes of upper gastrointestinal bleeding among patients from rural Sub-Saharan Africa where schistosoma mansoni is endemic 

      Kazibwe, Francis; Ocama, Ponsiano; Rejani, Lalitha; Nikolaevna Belousova, Elena; Ajal, Paul; Kenneth Opio, Christopher (Pan African Medical journal, 2016)
      Introduction: Severe chronic hepatic schistosomiasis is a common cause of episodes upper gastrointestinal bleeding (UGIB) in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). However, there is paucity of data on clinical epidemiology of episodes ...