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    • Acacia Trees Enhance Soil Nitrogen That Influences Grass Crude Protein In African Rangelands 

      Rebecca, Kalibwani; David, Bahame; Wycliffe, Tumwesigye; Atwongire, Doreen; Musinguzi, Charles; Amanya, Martin; Daniel, Ndiziiwe (Journal of Ecology, 2018)
      The study found out the impact of acacia trees on soil nitrogen and how this nitrogen consequently influences the grass crude protein in Sanga rangeland. Four 100×100m plots were randomly selected in a vast area, five ...
    • The accounting Cycle 

      WAlther, Larry M. (Veritus Publishing, 2009)
      Deals with fanancial and managerial accounting information, accounting profession and accounting career, fundamental accounting equation Assets=liabilities+oweners equity, transaction impact the fundamental accounting ...
    • Accounting Principles 

      Edwards, James Don; Hermanson, Roger H. (Endeavour International Corporation, Houston, Texas, USA, 2010)
      magine that you have graduated from college without taking an accounting course. You are employed by a company as a sales person, and you eventually become the sales manager of a territory. While attending a sales managers' ...
    • Accounting Principles 

      Edwards, James Don; Ivancevich, Susan D.; Hermanson, Roger H. (2000)
      Accounting principles courses teach you the "language of business" so you understand terms and concepts used in business decisions. If you understand how accounting information is prepared, you will be in an even stronger ...
    • Accounting Principles:A Business Perspective 

      Edwards, James Don; Hermanson, H. Roger; Ivancevich, D. Susan (Endeavour International Corporation, Houston, Texas, USA, 2010)
      Imagine that you have graduated from college without taking an accounting course. You are employed by a company as a sales person, and you eventually become the sales manager of a territory. While attending a sales managers' ...
    • Addressing HIV/AIDS challenges in Uganda: does social capital generation by NGOs matter? 

      Kabeba Muriisa, Roberts (Copyright Taylor and Francis Group, LLC, 2012)
      HIV/AIDS has had devastating impacts in many countries, Uganda in particular. However, Uganda is depicted as one of the most successful countries in fighting HIV/AIDS. Among others, Uganda’s success story is attributed to ...
    • Administering Offences 

      Tufal, Asif (2003-12-19)
      The Offences Against the Person Act 1861 contains two “administration” offences.
    • Advancing Equity and Governance in Uganda‘s Protected Areas: Local Participation and Partnerships 

      Twinamatsiko, Medard (ICRAF, 2018)
      Advancing Equity and Governance in Uganda‘s Protected Areas: Local Participation and Partnerships
    • Adverse impact of Banana Xanthomonas Wilt on farmers’ livelihoods in Eastern and Central Africa 

      Jackson, Nkuba; William, Tinzaara; Gertrude, Night; Nicholas, Niko; Wellington, Jogo; Innocent, Ndyetabula; Leornard, Mukandala; Privat, Ndayihazamaso; Celestin, Niyongere; Svetlana, Gaidashova; Ivan, Rwomushana; Fina, Opio; Eldad, Karamura (Academic Journals, 2015)
      Banana is a key crop in the livelihoods of many people in the Great Lakes region of East and Central Africa. For more than a decade now, the crop has been threatened by Banana Xanthomonas Wilt (BXW) which has spread ...
    • The AIDS Pandemic in Uganda: Social Capital and the Role of NGOs in Alleviating the Impact of HIV/AIDS 

      Kabeba Muriisa, Roberts (2006)
      AIDS has a devastating impact on individuals and society. It is defined as Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome and it is a condition caused by the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). This condition occurs when people who ...
    • Anthelminthic potential of Phytolaccadodecandra and Albizia antihelminticain calves 

      Tumwesigye, Wycliffe; Murokore, Justus; Lejju B., Julius; Safari, David; Adiukwu B., Paul (Journal of Scientific and Innovative Research, 2015)
      Using herbal de-wormers in livestock has attracted much research attention in the recent past. Considerable research has been done in developed countries but there is paucity of information in Sub Sahara Africa (SSA) ...
    • Association of Implementation of a Universal Testing and Treatment Intervention With HIV Diagnosis, Receipt of Antiretroviral Therapy, and Viral Suppression in East Africa 

      Maya, Petersen; Balzer, Laura; Kwarisiima, Dalsone; Sang, Norton; Chamie, Gabriel; Ayieko, James; Kabami, Jane; Owaraganise, Asiphas; Liegler, Teri; Mwangwa, Florence; Kadebe, Kevin; Jain, Vivek; Plenty, Albert; Brown, Lilian; Lavoy, Geoff; Schwab, Joshua; Black, Douglas; Mark, van der Laan; A. Bukusi, Elizabeth; Cohen, Craig R; Clark D, Tamara; Charlebois, Edwin; Kamya, Moses; Havlir, Diane (2017)
      IMPORTANCE Antiretroviral treatment (ART) is now recommended for all HIV-positive persons. UNAIDS has set global targets to diagnose 90% of HIV-positive individuals, treat 90% of diagnosed individuals with ART, and suppress ...
    • Bacterial contamination of Ugandan paper currency notes possessed by food vendors around Mulago Hospital complex, Uganda 

      Muhumuza, Allan; Atuhaire, Catherine; Musisi, Nathan; Ejobi, Francis; Nambile, SamuelCumber (Pan African Medical journal, 2018)
      Introduction: Paper currency notes, exchangeable fomite, that is continuously contaminated because of the poor handling and storage practices.Objective: the general objective of the study was to determine the bacterial ...
    • Boundary Element Method of Modelling Steady State Groundwater Flow 

      Kakuba, Godfrey; Nkuruziza, Diane; Rugeihyamu, S.E; Muyinda, Nathan (HIKARI Ltd,, 2014)
      Water is a very important resource for any living organism and is mainly underground. The movement of groundwater is governed by the Laplace equation r2h = 0, where h is the hydraulic head. Much research has been on ...
    • Budget Performance And Accountability in NGOs 

      Bibangambah, Jane Kiconco (Bishop Stuart University, 2010)
      Jane Kiconco Bibangambah's Book examines budgeting and budget management processes in non-profit organisations. Her case study was Save the Children (UK) whose budget performance is analysed in detail to show how it enhances ...
    • Budget Performance And Accountability in NGOs 

      Bibangambah, Jane Kiconco (Bishop Stuart University Press, 2010)
      Jane Kiconco Bibangambah's Book examines budgeting and budget management processes in non-profit organisations. Her case study was Save the Children (UK) whose budget performance is analysed in detail to show how it enhances ...
    • Business Fundamentals 

      McCubbrey, Donald J (2009)
      The Business Fundamentals text is designed to introduce students, particularly those in developing economies,to the essential concepts of business and other organizations. It does this by focusing on small, entrepreneurial ...
    • Can Governance in Revenue Sharing be a Pathway for a Win-Win Situation between People's Livelihood Improvement and Conservation? 

      Twinamatsiko, Medard; Basheka, Benon; Rugunda Kagoro, Grace (Journal of social science research, 2015)
      This paper establishes the importance of good governance in improving local livelihoods and support for conservation. The study uses empirical realities from Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, an afromontane Gorilla ...
    • Cases on Burglary 

      Unknown author (2000-08-09)
      This report is about buglary, and how the court rules such cases
    • Challenges of Domestic Violence Against Women 

      Mukundane, Charles (Bishop Stuart University, 2012)
      This is book explores the controversial subject of domestic violence against women in particular and its other forms as well. Although the problem is universal , the author views it from an African perspective with a special ...