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    • value-Chain Management of Food Crop Entreprises in Uganda 

      Kalibwani, Rebecca M. (Faculty of Business and Development Studies Bishop Stuart University, 2012-12)
      Although food crop marketing in uganda has been positively influenced by market reforms,food crop enterprise value The o\'crall objective of the study that preceded this article was to in,·cstigaw the management of the ...
    • Voters' Perception of the Contribution of Citizen Participation in Local Council Elections in Uganda 

      Mwesigwa, David (Faculty of Business and Development Studies Bishop Stuart University, 2011-12)
      Thepost-dection phase in A frlca has witnessed a ncwdishearteoing fearure of bcing marred by violent conflicts and conffict resolution muggln. This cannoc go ,..;tbout appreciating chc dcmocncic transition on the continenr ...
    • Voters' Perception of the Contribution of Citizen Participation in Local Council Elections in Uganda 

      Mwesigwa, David (Faculty of Business and Development Studies Bishop Stuart University, 2011-12)
      Thepost-dection phase in A frlca has witnessed a ncwdishearteoing fearure of bcing marred by violent conflicts and conffict resolution muggln. This cannoc go ,..;tbout appreciating chc dcmocncic transition on the continenr ...
    • Wild Plants Used as Nutraceuticals from Nebbi District, Uganda 

      Anywar, Godwin; Oryem-Origa, Hannington; Kamatenesi Mugisha, Maud (SCIENCEDOMAIN international, 2014)
      Aims: To inventory the wild plant species used both as food and medicine and how they are used in Panyago Sub County, Nebbi district. Study Design: Ethnobotanical study. Place and Duration of Study: The villages of Kaal, ...
    • Women and Elections in Uganda 

      Atukunda, Gershom (Faculty of Business and Development Studies Bishop Stuart University, 2011-12)
      Elections as one of the pillars of dcn1octacy, O\"Ct the )'t:an h•vc dcmoom~ucd practically the possibility 10 usher in good. r~ponsiblc and accoutu~ble le<.u.lcrship in some counuits ir. Africa. 1l1cy have also demonsmrcd ...
    • Youth Participation in Agriculture in Uganda 

      Okello Patrick, Egeru Anthony; Okello Patrick, Egeru Anthony (Faculty of Business and Development Studies Bishop Stuart University, 2010-12)
      Agriculrure is the backbone of Uganda's economy, tmploying over 70 per cent of the population in the country. Ugandan youth arc disproponionately affected by high unemployment rates, atlO per cent for males and 22 per ...