Dr. Anne Abaho

Position: Dean of Social Sciences

aabaho@nkumbauniversity.ac.ug | + 256774583589/+256700933689

Dr. Abaho holds a PhD in Security Studies from Nkumba University, a Maters in Pan African Studies from Syracuse University, New York and a Bachelors in International Relations (Major) and Journalism (Minor) from United States International University – Nairobi. Dr. Abaho’s research interests are in International and security issues. Her teaching subjects include; Gender in International Relations, Foreign Policy Analysis, Security Issues in Great Lakes Region, Inter-Governmental Organizations in Security, Globalization and World Order and Introduction to International Relations. She has supervised students at both under-graduate and graduate levels. Dr. Abaho is an active member of the community and served on the Board of World Voices Uganda from 2013-2018. Dr. Abaho was part of Nkumba University research team that studied; The Effectiveness of the HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care Service Provision in Fishing Communities in Uganda: A Case Study of Landing sites in Entebbe Sub-region; Wakiso District. Dr. Abaho’s PhD thesis was on; Post Conflict Recovery Efforts and Enhancement of Human Security in Northern Uganda: A Case of Peace, Recovery and Development Program (PRDP), Gulu District. Her recent publications

  • International Relations,
  • Foreign Policy Analysis,
  • Diplomacy,
  • International Development,
  • Politics of Globalization,
  • Security Studies,
  • Gender in International Politics
  • Human Rights among others

A Case Study of Landing sites in Entebbe Sub-region; Wakiso District. Dr. Abaho’s PhD thesis was on; Post Conflict Recovery Efforts and Enhancement of Human Security in Northern Uganda

A Case of Peace, Recovery and Development Program (PRDP), Gulu District. Her recent publications

    1. Dessertations Supervised

     

  • Mr. Kassirabo Elias (Graduatated 2016)Topic: The Contribution of Foundation for Human Rights Initiative to Public Security Sector Performance in Uganda: A Case of Kampala District.
  • Mr. Joseph Were Rodgers (Graduated 2016) Topic: Effects of Drug Trafficking on National Security in Uganda
  • Mr. Matenge Sylvester (Graduated 2016); Topic: Assessing the Contribution of Community Policing in Improving the Police-Civilian Relationship in Uganda: A Case of Kampala District
    • Mr. Yusuf Hassan Mohamed (Graduated 2017)

    Topic: Contributions of Regional Organizations Towards Peace Building in Somalia: A Case of IGAD

     

  • Mr. Kamugira McDans (Graduated 2019); Topic:  Youth Unemployment and National Insecurity in Uganda: A Case of Socio-economic Insecurity in Namuwongo Zone, Makindye
  • Ms. Katotera Vicky Nabasa (Graduated 2019)
  • Topic: Effects of Ethnic Conflicts on Uganda’s National Security: The Case of Bakonzo & Basongola in Kasese District
    • Mr Benon Karaiga (Graduated 2019)

    Topic: The Role of Community Policing in Enhancing Personal Security in Uganda: A Case Study of Entebbe Municipality

    Master’s Dessertation Internal Assessment

     

  • Mr. Abdi Aziz Mohamed Harir (2016) Topic: Implications of Al-Shabaab Terrorism Activities to the The Socio-Economic Security of Somalia: A Case Study of Hamar-Jajab District, Mogadishu
  • Ms. Namirimo Josephine (2017)Topic: The impact of palm oil growing on the socio-economic welfare of the people of Kalangala District; a case study of Mugoye sub-country, Kalangala district
  • Mr. Nyene Juma HassanTopic: The Influence of Sports Betting on Crime in Soroti Munincipality, Uganda
  • Ms. Nakaweesi Jane (2018)Topic: Effects of Human Resource Management Practices on Organizational Performance: A Case of selecte NGOs is clear and well stated.
  • Ms. Nakirayi Grace (2019)Topic: Refugee Influx and Uganda’s National Security

Conferences and workshops attended

  • The Teacher-Educator’s Program, Nkumba University; July 25th-27th 2012
  • The MGD Capacity Building Project: Training of Trainers Workshop, UMI, 19TH -20TH Oct 2010.
  • New York Africa Studies Association (NYASA) Annual Conference, SUNY Plattsburgh, 14th April 2007

Paper: “Intellectual Property Rights and Pan-Africanism in the 21st Century”.

  • African American Studies Department, Syracuse University

Topic:  “Trafficking and modern day slavery: Child Soldiers in Uganda” (Presented at the 200th celebration of the end of Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade).

 

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