Faculty that builds the quality human capital that meets community, national and global social needs in the business, economy, and environment and desired quality of life.


Equipping and Skilling Human resource with capacities and competencies to meet the Local, national and global needs ultimately improving people's lives.

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  • Business & Entrepreneurship [3]

    Information materials that equips human capital to meet local, national and global societal needs of business and the economy.
  • Social Work and Social Administration [1]

    Training students to graduate into officers who are professionals in offering social services design, delivery and development of a good social system.

Recent Submissions

  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Lessons learnt from 20 years of revenue sharing at Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda 

    Medard, Twinamatsiko (International Institute for Environment and Development, 201-11)
    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 ...
  • 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 ...