Publications

Compliance to Recommended Humanitarian Sphere Standards of Sanitation by the Facilities in Bidibidi Refugee Settlement Located in Yumbe District, Uganda

Apposite sanitation is very essential for the community health, for it lowers the rate of morbidity and severity of diseases like diarrhea, dysentery and typhoid among others. In Uganda’s Bidibidi refugee camp, research was started to understand if the proposed Humanitarian Sphere Standards on sanitation were met. A total of 210 households in the Bidibidi […]

Author: Alex Barakagira a,b* , Zaitun Bako a and Ameria Nabukonde


BUFFER CROPS AS MITIGATION MEASURE AGAINST CROP DAMAGE BY WILDLIFE: A CASE OF FARMERS BORDERING KIBALE NATIONAL PARK, WESTERN UGANDA

The paper is a review of literature related to mitigation of crop damage by wildlife with a view to identifying information gaps and proposing suitable mechanisms for mitigating crop damage by wildlife among farmers bordering Kibale National Park. Basing on the Optimal Foraging Theory (OFT), The paper focused on practices of crop damage by wildlife […]

Author: Rusoke Taddeo(R.T), Orach-Meza Faustino (O.F) ,Uganda


Towards attaining the recommended Humanitarian Sphere Standards of sanitation in Bidibidi refugee camp found in Yumbe District, Uganda

Adequate sanitation is one of the most important aspects of community well-being. It reduces the rates of morbidity and severity of various diseases like diarrhea, dysentery, and typhoid among others. A study about toward the attainment of the recommended Humanitarian Sphere Standards on sanitation in Bidibidi refugee camp, Yumbe District, was initiated. A total of […]

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DEMOCRATIC CONSOLIDATION AND INTELLIGENCE OVERSIGHT IN UGANDA:

States exist to perform the cardinal function of providing security to their citizens. This book assesses the role of intelligence oversight in the provision of security and promotion of democracy. It looks at intelligence management primarily focusing on intelligence oversight institutions and mechanisms, as well as the security challenges faced by democratising polities, in the […]

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Implications of English Language Teacher’s Assessment Techniques on Students’ Learning Outcomes in Public Secondary Schools in Iganga District Uganda

Abstract: The main purpose of this study was to establish from teachers of English language and students, the ways in which content expertise for English Language teachers defines learning outcomes. This was geared towards enabling readers understand the ways in which teachers of English Language handle tasks that create positive impact. The study was conducted […]

Author: Namugaya W. A., Prof. Yiga, A. P., & Prof. Ssekamwa, J. C.