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    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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' ...
    • Rural Sociology and Development 

      Semakura, Edward (Bishop Stuart University, 2012)
    • Ethnobotanical study of nutri-medicinal plants used for the management of HIV/AIDS opportunistic ailments among the local communities of western Uganda 

      Maud, Kamatenesi Mugisha; Savina, Asiimwe; Agnes, Namutebi; Anna-Karin, Borg-Karlsson; Peace, Musiimenta (Crossmark, 2013-09-26)
      Ethnopharmacological relevance: Herbal remedies are a source of therapeutics for nearly 80% of the population in Uganda. Poor health facilities and limited access to antiretroviral drugs have perpetuated and increased the ...
    • Wild Plants Used as Nutraceuticals from Nebbi District, Uganda 

      Maud, Kamatenesi Mugisha; Godwin, Anywar (European Journal of Medicinal Plants, 2014-02-13)
      Currently, there is a global outcry over food insecurity [1]. This is worsened by the soaring food prices [2,3]. Uganda is not an exception, with a high average annual population growth rate of 3.2% and low annual growth ...
    • Profiling unauthorized natural resource users for better targeting of conservation interventions 

      Medard, Twinamatsiko; Mariel, Harrison; Julia, Baker; E.J., Milner-Gulland (Conservation Biology, 2015-04-15)
      Unauthorized use of natural resources is a key threat to many protected areas. Approaches to reducing this threat include law enforcement and integrated conservation and development (ICD) projects, but for such ICDs to be ...
    • A Survey of Hydrological Systems in the Great Virunga Landscape 

      Medard, Twinamatsiko; Sam, Ayebare; Daniel, Mabirizi; Aventino, Kasangaki; Dennis, Babaasa (Institute of Tropical Forest Conservation, Mbarara University of Science and Technology, 2015-08)
      The Greater Virunga Landscape (GVL) is an interconnected chain of eleven protected areas that straddle the borders of Uganda, Rwanda and Democratic Republic of Congo. The landscape is famous for its mountain gorillas ...
    • The Cycle of Violence.Associations Between Exposure to Violence, Trauma-Related Symptoms and Aggression—Findings from Congolese Refugees in Uganda 

      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 ...
    • Exploring the Potential Distinction Between Continuous Traumatic Stress and Posttraumatic Stress in an East African Refugee Sample 

      Herbert E., Ainamani; Tobias, Hecker; Katharin, Hermenau; Eva, Haefele; Thomas, Elbert (SAGE, 2017)
      Posttraumatic stress (PTS) indicates a continuous stress response that persists though threats to life had been experienced in the past. However, threats to life are frequently ongoing. For these contexts, the concept ...
    • Who wants what? 

      Medard, Twinamatsiko; Dilys, Roe,; Peter, Nizette; Salvatrice, Musabyeyezu; Harold, Goodwin (International Institute for Environment and Development, 2017-02)
      ‘Local economic development through pro-poor gorilla tourism in Uganda’ is a three year project funded by the UK government's Darwin Initiative. The aim of the project is to work with local people and established tour ...
    • Lessons learnt from 20 years of revenue sharing at Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda 

      Medard, Twinamatsiko (International Institute for Environment and Development, 2017-11)
      Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is one of the prime protected areas in Uganda, famous for its mountain gorilla families that have been habituated to allow gorillatracking safaris. A revenue sharing (RS) scheme was ...
    • Community perceptions towards the implications of human activity on River Rwizi,Uganda sustainability 

      Goretty, Nagawa; Gershom, Atukunda; Milton, Nuwabimpa; Doreen, Atwongyeire (International Science Community Association, 2018-07)
      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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • Sustainable Waste Management Practices for Urban Growth and Development in Uganda 

      Gershom, Atukunda; Joshua, Twinomujuni; George, Muganga (Kenya Scholars and Studies Association (KESSA), 2018-10)
      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 ...