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    • Morals in Religious Education 

      Emmanuel, Ahabwe (Bishop Stuart University Press, 2012)
      There are various views and theories that have been advanced about religion. They range from concept to function. Related to this, previous study has shown that religion may not be easily defined. According to Maurice ...
    • Fireplace Experience in Ankole 

      Alice, Jossy Kyobutungi Tumwesigye (Bishop Stuart University Press, 2012)
      The folktale is an oral literary genre which can be described as 'an ancient short story'. It is set in an antique world where trees, animals and people, all talk and understand one another. The olden world of the folktale ...
    • 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 ...
    • Disabusing Sexuality 

      Nathan, Karema (Bishop Stuart University Press, 2012)
      This book is about the many sexual abuses that society is plagued all over the world with a special emphasis on Uganda, the author's home country. Written in a language chat a layman can follow, the book is an informative ...
    • No Justice without Forgiviness 

      Samuel, Tindiwensi (Bishop Stuart University Press, 2012)
      The subject of forgiviness and justice has been debated throughout the world for ages, but more so in the East and Central African region in the recent past. The East and Central African region has experienced a disproportionate ...
    • Sustainable Waste Management Practices for Urban Growth and Development in Uganda: A Case of Kamukuzi Division Mbarara Municipality 

      Joshua, Twinomujuni; Gershom, Atukunda; George, Muganga (Journal of African Interdisciplinary Studies (JAIS), 2018)
      The study aimed at assessing the effect of sustainable waste management practices on urban development in Uganda, taking Kamukuzi division as a sample in Mbarara municipality and as a case study. Objectives of the study ...
    • 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 ...
    • Why Sustainable Management of Xanthomonas Wilt of Banana in East and Central Africa Has Been Elusive 

      Tinzaara, W; Karamura, E.B; Blomme, G; Jogo, W; Ocimati, W; Rietveld, A; Kubiriba, J; Opio, F (Acta horticulturae, 2013)
      Banana is an important food and cash crop and constitutes a large proportion of the total crop production in East and Central African (ECA) countries. Banana production has been threatened by Xanthomonas wilt (BXW) disease ...
    • Distribution, Incidence and Farmer Knowledge of Banana Xanthomonas Wilt in Rwanda 

      Night, G; Gaidashova, S.V; Nyirigira, A; Mugiraneza, Theodomir; Rutikanga, A; Murekezi, C; Nduwayezu, A; Rurangwa, E; Mugiraneza, Thierry; Mukase, F; Ndayitegeye, O; Tinzaara, W; Karamura, E; Jogo, W; Rwomushana, I; Opio, F; Gahakwa, D (CAB International, 2013)
      Banana Xanthomonas wilt was reported in Rwanda in 2005. The present study was conducted to determine the distribution and incidence of the disease and farmer knowledge of disease symptoms, modes of spread and control. A ...
    • “How can I tell?” Consequences of HIV status disclosure among couples in eastern African communities in the context of an ongoing HIV “test-and-treat” trial 

      Maeri, Irene; El Ayadib, Alison; Getahun, Monica; Charlebois, Edwin; Akatukwasa, Cecilia; Tumwebaze, Denis; Itiakorit, Harriet; Owino, Lawrence; Kwarisiima, Dalsone; Ssemmondo, Emmanuel; Sang, Norton; Kabami, Jane; Clark, D.Tamara; Petersen, Maya; R.Cohen, Craig; A.Bukusi, Elizabeth; Kamya, Moses; Havlir, Diane; S. Camlinb, Carol (Routledge Taylor and Francis, 2016)
      People living with HIV/AIDS anticipate HIV-related stigma and fear disclosure to intimate partners. Yet, disclosure is critical to reducing HIV transmission and improving care engagement. This qualitative study characterized ...
    • 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 ...
    • Increased adolescent HIV testing with a hybrid mobile strategy in Uganda and Kenya 

      Kadebe, Kevin; Ruel, Theodore D; Kabami, Jane; Ssemmondo, Emmanuel; Sang, Norton; Kwarisiima, Dalsone; Bakusi, Elizabeth; Cohen, Craig R; Liegler, Teri; Tamara D, Clark; Charlebois D, Edwin; Maya L, Petersen; Maya L, Moses; Diane, V Havlir; Chamie, Gabriel (PMC, 2017)
      Objective—We sought to increase adolescent HIV testing across rural communities in east Africa and identify predictors of undiagnosed HIV. Design—Hybrid mobile testing. Methods—We enumerated 116,326 adolescents ...
    • FINITE VOLUME METHOD OF MODELLING TRANSIENT GROUNDWATER FLOW 

      Muyinda, N; Kakuba, G; Mango, J.M (Journal of mathematics and statistics, 2014)
      In the field of computational fluid dynamics, the finite volume method is dominant over other numerical techniques like the finite difference and finite element methods because the underlying physical quantities are conserved ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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. ...
    • Diagnosis and treatment of advanced breast cancer: summary of NICE guidance 

      Murray, N; Winstanley, J; Bennett, A; Francis, K (BMJ, 2009)
      Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women and the second most common cause of death from cancer in women in the United Kingdom. Each year in the UK more than 12 300 women and 70 men will die from advanced breast ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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) ...
    • Ugandans should choose leaders without coercion 

      Fred, Sheldon Mwesigwa (2016)
    • Climatic Change, Land Use and Food Security in Uganda: A Survey of Western Uganda 

      Nuwagaba, Arthur; Kisekka Namateefu, Lydia (Journal of Earth Sciences and Geotechnical Engineering, 2013)
      The paper sought to shade light on the causes of climatic change, to what extent land use has contributed to climatic change and how this will impact on food security. Global warming is likely to reduce agricultural ...