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  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Human resource policy and job satisfaction of employees in knowledge-based enterprises: a comparative study of the indigenous and expatriate teaching staffs of kampala international university, Uganda 

    Samuel, Pule; Mwesigye, Jimmy; Kanyangabo, Edward; Mbago, Ronald (European Centre for Research Training and Development UK, 2014)
    This paper describes the differences in human resource policies and job satisfaction among the indigenous and expatriate staffs of Kampala International University (KIU). The researcher employed a case study and causal ...
  • 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 ...
  • Climate smart agriculture final report on comprehensive scoping and assessment study in Uganda 

    David, Osiru.O (2016)
    The majority of people in Uganda depend on Agriculture for their sustenance and livelihoods. The major farming systems are largely determined by the rainfall pattern (total amount and distribution per year). Farming systems ...
  • Traditional Methods of Milk Processing and Preservation by Local Farmers in Kashongi Sub County Kiruhura District 

    Gershom, Nuwemuhwezi; Edward, Ssemakula (Science publishing group, 2017)
    This study was carried out to analyze traditional methods of milk processing and preservation by local farmers in Kashongi Sub County Kiruhura district. Milk producers in Kashongi Sub County own small and widely scattered ...
  • 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 ...
  • Growing better Cities 

    Mougeot, Luc J.A. (IDRC Books, 2006)
    The UN system’s interest in urban agriculture began to grow in the early 1980s. This was about the time that a survey in Uganda by UNICEF and Save the Children concluded that urban agriculture (UA) supplied sufficient food ...
  • How to Motivate Creative People 

    McGuinness, Mark (published by Mark McGuinness, London 2009, 2009-01)
    This e-book will help you: • Understand how motivation affects creativity • Get better work out of creative people • Avoid (inadvertently) crushing people’s motivation • Use rewards effectively • Understand and influence ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Core Concepts of Marketing 

    Burnett, John (2008)
    Through good economic times and bad, marketing remains the pivotal function in any business. Determining and satisfying the needs of customers through products that have value and accessibility and whose features are clearly ...
  • Six Sigma for Small Business 

    Brue, Greg (CWL Publishing Enterprises, 2006)
    Six Sigma—you’ve heard of it, but it’s for the big guys, right? Well,this book is here to refute that myth. What you need to understand is that, plain and simple, Six Sigma is a proven set of methods to help you run your ...
  • An Introduction to Franchising 

    Beshel, Barbara (IFA EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, 2000)
    An Introduction to Franchising is designed to introduce young people to the fascinating world of franchising. Many people think of fast food restaurants like McDonald’s, Burger King, and Wendy’s, when they think of ...
  • 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: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' ...
  • Urbanisation and Environmental Sustainability 

    Atukunda, Gershom (Bishop Stuart University, 2012)
    This book deals with the wide devastating effect of increasing urbanisation on the environmentally sensitive areas that have been encroached on for human habitation. The majority of the populations which the rural-to-urban ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...

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