About the Conference

Nkumba International Research Conference (NIRC) is an annual event organized with a motivation to provide an excellent international platform for students, academicians, researchers and industrial practitioners from around the world to engage and share their research findings. NIRC 2022 will be held both  virtually and Physical  on 4th November, 2022.

This year’s edition is scheduled to take place on the 4 th of November 2022 and will run for a days. Day 1 will be for scholars to present papers on contemporary issues.

More Information about the conference

Nkumba International Research Conference (NIRC) is an annual event organized with a motivation to provide an excellent international platform for students, academicians, researchers and industrial practitioners from around the world to engage and share their research findings. NIRC 2022 will be held both  virtually and Physical  on 4th November, 2022.

This year’s edition is scheduled to take place on the 4 th of November 2022 and will run for a days. Day 1 will be for scholars to present papers on contemporary issues.

Balancing Human and State Security in Policing Demonstrations: Lessons Learned from the Bobi Wine Demonstrations. .

Diversity management and performance of public sector in Ugnada

The dilemmas law enforcement intelligence in Uganda”

Strengths Development and Service Delivery among International Non-Governmental Organizations [NGOs]in Kampala, Uganda. Testing for Interaction Effects of Psychological Contract

Post Covid-19 Lockdown Experiences as a Manifestation of Latent Content and Mental Health in Uganda
Substance Abuse and Criminal Behaviour Outcomes Among Adolescents in Uganda. A case of Adolescents Greater Metropolitan Kampala Area.
Public Sector Governance: Analyzing the Uganda Case

State Formation and National Security in Africa: A case of Sudan

Gender disparities in land utilization in Uganda

 

Humanitarian Food Assistance and nutrition outcomes among refugees: A Historical Perspective Alfred Ecega Guli
The Repositioned Role of School Leadership on Learning to thrive in the Post-COVID-19 Pandemic Era. A Narrative Review of Uganda’s Context Shallon Atuhaire, Kedrace R. Turyagyenda
Just Energy Transition and the Minerals-Energy Nexus, and Geopolitical Tensions Dr. Susan Nakanwagi

Lifestyle as a Predictor of Socio-Economic Status in Retirement: Evidence from Pensioners from the Busoga Sub-Region, Uganda
Our Old and Past Proverbs: Panacea to Shaping Our Future in Africa Dr. Olagunju, Tosin Samson
Exorcising the Inexorcible Buganda Ghost Counsel Christopher Isaac Lubogo
Presentation 1: Effectiveness of buffer crops as a mitigation measure to crop damage by wildlife, a case of farmers bordering Kibale National Park (KNP), western Uganda
Women’s Perspectives towards the Prevention of Gestational Diabetes Mellitus: A Case of Expectant Mothers Reporting for Antenatal Clinic, at Mparo Health Centre IV, Rukiga District. A Qualitative Study Mr. Amos Ronald Kalukusu, Mr. Ayebare Esther Mbabazi, Dr. Alex Barakagira
Effects of Inadequate Domestic Water Supply on Human Health in Selected Neighbourhoods of Lokoja, Kogi State, Nigeria

Antibiotic Susceptibility Profiles of Selected Bacteria Isolated from Faucets of Washroom Taps in Different Wards at KIU-Teaching Hospital, Western Uganda
: Exploring Arenas of Organisational Crisis management to Enhance Organizational resilience ”
Impact of Digital Finance on Banks’ Credit Allocation in Nigeria
Ethnicization of Nollywood Films and the Search for cultural
identities: Its impact on Global acceptability and marketability

Leveraging Supply Chain Relationships and Innovations
Re–emphasizing the Need for Public – Private Partnerships (PPPs) in Developing Countries. A Case of Uganda
Sustainable Procurement & Supply Chain Management: Critical Practices for Socioeconomic Transformation
A Pragmatic E-Learning Authentication Model for Different Education Levels: A Case of Uganda Education System
Maximizing data sovereignty through Cloud
Storage Governance (CSG)”
Assessing the Fitness of Educational Technologies for Administrative Processes Support: A case of Secondary Schools in Uganda

DR.James William Tamale

Prof. Jude T. Lubega

Assoc. Prof. Asiimwe Solomon Muchwa

Top of the hour Activity Start Time Duration (hours) Activity Presenter Session Chair
PLENARY SESSION
08:30 – 0900 30mins Arrival and Registration Secretariat Secretariat
09:00- 09:15 15Mins Opening Prayer & Anthems MC MC
09:15- 09:20 15Mins Opening Remarks by Conference Chair Associate Prof. Solomon M. Asiimwe Associate Prof. Solomon M. Asiimwe
09:20- 09:25 20Mins Opening Remarks by Vice Chancellor Prof. Jude T. Lubega Associate Prof. Solomon M. Asiimwe
09:25 – 9:40 30mins Keynote Speech by Speaker Dr. Tamele James Williams MC
Tea Break and Transition into Breakout Sessions for 10 Mins
Break Out session 1. Theme: SOCIAL SCIENCES & LAW Prof. Mande Wilson Muyinda
9:50 – 10:10 20Mins Presentation 1:
Balancing Human and State Security in Policing Demonstrations: Lessons Learned from the Bobi Wine Demonstrations. .
Dr Ann Abaho
10:10 – 10:30 20mins Presentation 2:
Diversity management and performance of public sector in Ugnada
Mr Sulaiman Bbosa
10:30 – 10:50 20mins Presentation 3:
The dilemmas law enforcement intelligence in Uganda
Assoc. Prof. Solomon Muchwa Asiimwe
10:50 – 11:10 10mins Q&A Session (………………………………………)
11:10 – 11:30 20mins Presentation 4: Strengths Development and Service Delivery among International Non-Governmental Organizations [NGOs]in Kampala, Uganda. Testing for Interaction Effects of Psychological Contract Prof. Kasekende Francis
11:30-11:50 20mins Presentation 5: Post Covid-19 Lockdown Experiences as a Manifestation of Latent Content and Mental Health in Uganda Dr. Frank Pio Kiyingi
11:50-12:10 20mins Presentation 6: Substance Abuse and Criminal Behaviour Outcomes Among Adolescents in Uganda. A case of Adolescents Greater Metropolitan Kampala Area. Dr. Frank Pio Kiyingi
12:10 – 12:20 10mins Q&A Session (…………………………………..)
12:20 – 12:50 20mins Presentation 7: Public Sector Governance: Analyzing the Uganda Case Prof. Yasin Olum
12:50 – 13:10 20mins Presentation 8: State Formation and National Security in Africa: A case of Sudan Dr. Mansour Arbab Younis Omar
13:10 – 13:30 20mins Presentation 9: Gender disparities in land utilization in Uganda Dr. Olowo George
13:30 – 13:40 10mins Q&A Session (…………………………………..)
13:40 – 14:10 30mins WORKING LUNCH Mr Sebuliba
13:40 – 13:20 20mins Presentation 9: Humanitarian Food Assistance and nutrition outcomes among refugees: A Historical Perspective Alfred Ecega Guli
13:20 – 13:40 20mins Presentation 10:The Repositioned Role of School Leadership on Learning to thrive in the Post-COVID-19 Pandemic Era. A Narrative Review of Uganda’s Context Shallon Atuhaire, Kedrace R. Turyagyenda
13:40 – 14:00 20mins Presentation 11: Just Energy Transition and the Minerals-Energy Nexus, and Geopolitical Tensions Dr. Susan Nakanwagi
14:00 – 14:10 10mins Q&A Session (…………………………………..)
14:10 – 14:30 20mins Presentation 12: Lifestyle as a Predictor of Socio-Economic Status in Retirement: Evidence from Pensioners from the Busoga Sub-Region, Uganda Mwosi Fabian
14:30 – 14:50 20mis Presentation 13: Our Old and Past Proverbs: Panacea to Shaping Our Future in Africa Dr. Olagunju, Tosin Samson
14:50 – 15:10 20mins Presentation 14: Exorcising the Inexorcible Buganda Ghost Counsel Christopher Isaac Lubogo
16:50 – 17:00 10mins Q&A Session (…………………………………………)
Breakout session 2: Theme: SCIENCES, ICT, & BUSINESS
Prof. Orach Meza
9:50 – 10:10 20Mins Presentation 1: Effectiveness of buffer crops as a mitigation measure to crop damage by wildlife, a case of farmers bordering Kibale National Park (KNP), western Uganda Dr. Tadeo Rusoke
10:10 – 10:30 20mins Presentation 2: Women’s Perspectives towards the Prevention of Gestational Diabetes Mellitus: A Case of Expectant Mothers Reporting for Antenatal Clinic, at Mparo Health Centre IV, Rukiga District. A Qualitative Study Mr. Amos Ronald Kalukusu, Mr. Ayebare Esther Mbabazi, Dr. Alex Barakagira
10:30 – 10:50 20mins Presentation 3: Effects of Inadequate Domestic Water Supply on Human Health in Selected Neighbourhoods of Lokoja, Kogi State, Nigeria Dr. Folorunsho, J.O; Umar M.A.
11:10 – 11:20 10mins Q&A Session
11:20 – 11:40 20mins Presentation 4: Antibiotic Susceptibility Profiles of Selected Bacteria Isolated from Faucets of Washroom Taps in Different Wards at KIU-Teaching Hospital, Western Uganda Mr. Odoki Martin
11:40 – 12:00 20mins Presentation 5: Business and Management in Tarbulent times
: Exploring Arenas of Organisational Crisis management to Enhance Organizational resilience
Ms. Scholastica Abuko
12:00-12:20 20mins Presentation 6: Impact of Digital Finance on Banks’ Credit Allocation in Nigeria Mr. Gbenga Festus BABARINDE-Nigeria
12:20-12:30 10mins Q&A Session (…………………………………………)
12:30 – 12:50 20mins Presentation 7: Ethnicization of Nollywood Films and the Search for cultural
identities: Its impact on Global acceptability and marketability
Mr. Ikpelemoh, Sunday Emmanuel
12:50-13:10 20mins Presentation 8: Leveraging Supply Chain Relationships and Innovations Mr. Bukenya Peter
13:10-13:30 20mins Presentation 9: Re–emphasizing the Need for Public – Private Partnerships (PPPs) in Developing Countries. A Case of Uganda Ms. Diana Nabwato
13:30-13:40 10mins Q&A Session (…………………………………………)
13:40-14:10 30mins WORKING LUNCH Mr. Sebuliba
13:40-14:00 20mins Presentation 10: Sustainable Procurement & Supply Chain Management: Critical Practices for Socioeconomic Transformation Mr. Samuel Pule
14:00 – 14:20 20mins Presentation 11: A Pragmatic E-Learning Authentication Model for Different Education Levels: A Case of Uganda Education System Ms. Hilda Mprirwe
14:20-14:40 20mins Presentation 12: Maximizing data sovereignty through Cloud
Storage Governance (CSG)
Mr. Andrew Arim
14:40-15:00 20mins Presentation 13: Assessing the Fitness of Educational Technologies for Administrative Processes Support: A case of Secondary Schools in Uganda Dr. John Paul Kasse
15:00-15:10 10mins Q&A Session (…………………………………………)
17:00-17:10 10mins Closing Remarks by

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