Dr. Barakagira Alex
- Position: Dean School of Sciences
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Dr. Barakagira Alex is a highly educated individual with a strong background in environmental geography and natural resource management. He holds a PhD in Environmental Geography from Nelson Mandela University in South Africa, as well as an MSc in Environment and Natural Resources Management from Makerere University. Additionally, he has a BSc/Ed degree from Makerere University. With this extensive education and broad range of expertise, Dr. Barakagira Alex is well equipped to tackle complex environmental and geographical issues.
- Research in Environmental Sciences
- Environmental Heath
- The role of wetland Management agencies within the local community in the conservation of wetlands in Uganda. Environ. Socio-econ. Stud., 2019, 7, 1: 59-74
- Community livelihood activities as key determinants for community based conservation of wetlands in Uganda. Environ. Socio-econ. Stud., 2017, 5, 1:11-24
- Towards a community based conservation strategy for wetlands in Uganda. 2018, Nelson Mandela University, Port Elizabeth, SA.
- Towards realizing an Environmental Policy at Nkumba University, Uganda. 2015, Nkumba University
- Towards attaining the recommended Humanitarian Sphere Standards of sanitation in Bidibidi refugee camp found in Yumbe District, Uganda
- Impacts of wetland drainage on domestic water supplies and People’s livelihoods in Kabale district, Uganda. Book of abstracts of a Symposium held in Malawi, organized by Waternet, Global Water Partnership for Southern Africa and Water Research Fund for Southern Africa (WARFSA), November 2006
- Heavy Metal Assessment in Domestic Water Sources of Sikuda and Western Division Located in Busia District, Uganda
- Humanitarian Food Assistance and Nutrition Outcomes among Refugees: A Historical Perspective
- Immunization Coverage Against Diseases and Dropout Rate Among Children Aged Five Years and Below in Mawogola Health Sub-District, Sembabule District, Uganda.
- Compliance to Recommended Humanitarian Sphere Standards of Sanitation by the Facilities in Bidibidi Refugee Settlement Located in Yumbe District, Uganda
- Rooftop solar energy as an alternative source of energy for daily use by local commuties from Kamdini sub-County, Oyam district, Uganda
- Potential Behavioral and Societal Responses to Human Health Risks Resulting from Climate Change in Kawaala, Kampala Suburb in Uganda
- The impact of climate change on rural agro-pastoralist communities in Aweil East County, South Sudan
- Effects of solid waste management practices on the local people’s general health: A case study of Makindye Division, Kampala Uganda.
1. Status of sanitation facilities in relation to sphere standards in yumbe district, uganda.case study of bidibidi refugee camp, 2017
2. Solid waste management and peoples’ well being of makindye sud-county, kampala district, 2018
3. The impacts of climate change on rural agro-pastoralist communities in aweil east county, south sudan, 2018
4. Assessment of the implementation of green practices in selected beverage industries in kampala uganda, a case study of the beverage industry in kampala district.