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    • 9th Graduation List 

      Bishop Stuart University (2013)
      List of Graduands on the 9th Graduation 2013
    • ACUTE ORAL TOXICITY OF ESSENTIAL OILS OF CymbopogoncitratusStapf. IN MICE 

      N, Waisindye. (International Journal of Advanced Information Science and Technology, 2016-02)
      The purpose of this study was to assess the acute oral toxicity profile of the essential oils of lemon grass that is used as a natural food and medicinal flavor.The oil was obtained by steam distillation of 4.6 kg of fresh ...
    • Administering Offences 

      Tufal, Asif (2003-12-19)
      The Offences Against the Person Act 1861 contains two “administration” offences.
    • Adverse impact of Banana Xanthomonas Wilt on farmers’ livelihoods in Eastern and Central Africa 

      Fina, Opio; Eldad, Karamura; Ivan, Rwomushana; Svetlana, Gaidashova; Celestin, Niyongere; Privat, Ndayihazamaso; Leornard, Mukandala; Innocent, Ndyetabula; Jackson, Nkuba; William, Tinzaara; Gertrude, Night; Nicholas, Niko; Wellington, Jogo (African Journal of Plant Science, 2015-07)
      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 ...
    • Adverse impact of Banana Xanthomonas Wilt on farmers’ livelihoods in Eastern and Central Africa 

      Fina, Opio; Jackson, Nkuba; William, Tinzaara; Gertrude, Night; Nicholas, Niko; Wellington, Jogo; Innocent, Ndyetabula; Leornard, Mukandala; Privat, Ndayihazamaso; Celestin, Niyongere; Svetlana, Gaidashova; Ivan, Rwomushana; Eldad, Karamura (African Journal of Plant Science, 2015-07-05)
      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 ...
    • Animal-Plant Interaction 

      Daniel R, Ndizihiwe; Achille E, ASSOGBADJO; Sylvestre C., A. M. DJAGOUN; Barthélémy, KASSA (Research Gate, 2017-01)
      The study was based on 107 studies and data concerning disperser species, plant species and family, fruit type and size, seed size plant life form and the habitat, were presented in matrix form. Data from this matrix were ...
    • ART Uptake Among HIV Positive Adolescents 

      Sandra, Akankunda; Sandra, Tayebwa; Benjamen, Byamugisha; Sabastian, Ariho; Ronald, Bahati; Josephine, Najjuma (Research Square, 2020)
      Background: Globally about 1.7 million adolescents between the ages of 10 and 19 were living with HIV in 2019, of these, about 1.5 million were living in sub-Saharan Africa and approximately above 127,000 were living in ...
    • Assessing the Impact of NAADS Programme on Agricultural Economic Performance in Mbarara District - Uganda 

      NAADS Programme; Agricultural Economic Performance. (Department of Economics and Management, Bishop Stuart University, 2019-04-30)
      This study was conducted on assessing the impact of NAADS programme on agricultural economic performance in Mbarara district. Agricultural Economic performance was assessed in terms of household income and commercialization. ...
    • Assessing The Utilization Of Compost Manure And Its Effects On Productivity Of Bananas In Rubaare And Rugarama Sub-Counties, Ntungamo District 

      Arthur, Kamusiime (Kamusiime Arthur, 2017-10-10)
      Banana plays an important role in enhancing food security and income for majority households in Rugarama and Rubaare sub-counties. Despite its role, the area continues to experience a decline in banana yields due to declining ...
    • Can Governance in Revenue Sharing Be a Pathway for a Win-win Situation between People’s Livelihood Improvement and Conservation? 

      Medard, Twinamatsiko; Grace, Kagoro Rugunda,; Benon, Basheka; Tom, De Herdt (Peer Review Research Publishing System, 2015-05)
      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 sanctuary ...
    • Charter Certificate 

      National Council for Higher Education (2014-09-29)
      This is to affirm that Bishop Stuart University having met the conditions set out in The Universities and other Terliarv lnstitutions Act No.7 of 200l has been granted a Charter by the President of the Republic of Uganda. ...
    • Community perceptions towards the implications of human activity on River Rwizi, Uganda sustainability 

      Nagawa, Goretty; Atukunda, Gershom; Nuwabimpa, Milton; Atwongyeire, Doreen (Int. Res. J. Earth Sci., 2018-06-20)
      This study was undertaken in the cells of Kiswahiri, Buremba and Nyakaizi in Kakoba Division of Mbarara Uganda. The research was done as a baseline study for investigating the possibility of implementing a project for ...
    • CREDIT RISK MONITORING AND FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF SACCOS 

      Nelson, Nkwasibwe; Anthony., K. Agume; Nagaaba, Nickson (Bishop Stuart University Mbarara Uganda, 2021)
      ABSTRACT : The study determined the effect of credit risk monitoring on financial performance SACCOs in Ibanda municipality. The study anchored of an objective; to determine the effect of credit risk monitoring on the ...
    • The Cycle of Violence 

      Herbert, Ainamani; Simon, Fetz; Tobias, Hecker; Thomas, Elbert (vivo international, 2015-08)
      War-related trauma exposure has been linked to aggression and enhanced levels of community and family violence, suggesting a cycle of violence. Reactive aggression—an aggressive reaction to a perceived threat—has been ...
    • Development of a management strategy for Bean root rot in southwestern Uganda 

      Opio, A.F; Kayizzi, K; Buruchara, R; Tukamuhabwa, p; S, Kyamanwa; I, Mugagga; R, Takusewanya (National Agriculural Research Organisation, 2003-08)
      Bean root rot was first noted in southwestern Uganda many years ago according to the people in the area but it was not until early 1990's when its destruction became apparent .The disease is now the most important disease ...
    • The diagnostic accuracy of routine clinical findings for detection of esophageal varices in rural sub-Saharan Africa where schistosomiasis is endemic 

      Francis, Kazibwe et.al (African Health Sciences, 2019)
      Background: Variceal upper gastrointestinal bleeding (UGIB) is common in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). However, poor access to endoscopy services precludes the diagnosis of varices. Objectives: We determined the diagnostic ...
    • Distribution,Incidence and farmer knowledge of Banana Xanthomonas wilt in Rwanda 

      Fina, Opio et.al (Association for Strengthening Agricultural Research in Eastern and Central Africa (ASARECA),, 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 ...
    • Dynamics of Urban and Rural Linkages in Uganda 

      Gershom, Atukunda (Centre for Democracy, Research and Development (CEDRED),, 2018-09)
      Rapid urbanization brings opportunities for harmonizing policy issues for sustainable rural development with those for sustainable urbanization. But urbanization also comes with serious loss of arable land, degradation of ...
    • Effect of Climate Change on Soil Health and Implications on Food Security 

      Wycliffe, Tumwesigye; Johnson, Atwiine; Bobe, Bedadi (INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH JOURNAL OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY TECHNOVATION, 2021-11-05)
      Climate change and soil health are intertwined complex processes that affect each other. The aim of this review was to find out the impact of climate change on soil health, its implication on food security and human welfare ...
    • Effect of land use change and slope position on soil organic carbon in Kitabi Watershed ,Rwanda 

      TUMWESIGYE, WYCLIFFE (Enschede, The Netherlands, 2011-02)
      Soil organic carbon (SOC) is widely used as a proxy for soil health and soil fertility. Land use change (LUC) has been implicated as one of the factors leading to the loss of SOC and increased release of greenhouse gases ...