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Welcome to my Art Studio

Hello to all my lovely Art fans!!! Mzora here….WELCOME TO MY BLOG!!!:)

Well this is exciting, my very first blog post!! (Woohoo!)

So I’ll get right to it, our gorgeous new website muzoorarobert.wordpress.com is just your fabulous new website. 221 more words

UNIVEN Partners With RUFORUM to Respond to challenges in the realm of Agriculture

A delegation led by the Vice-Chancellor and Principal of the University of Venda, Prof Peter Mbati, comprising of the Dean of the School of Agriculture, Prof Godwin Mchau, the Director International Relations, Cornelius Hagenmeier and Director Communications and Marketing, Takalani Dzaga successfully accomplished its mission of strengthening the relationship between the University and the Regional Universities Forum for Capacity Building in Agriculture (RUFORUM). 707 more words

Makerere University

The shea fruit: a green gift to mankind

By Ruth Napio, Msc Food Science and Technology, Makerere University

Back when I was a little girl, and well into my teenage years, my favourite petroleum jelly was always the one labelled “enriched with shea butter”. 290 more words

Stories From Our Universities

1 Solution to Bodaboda Recklessness

In the moment of rampant bodaboda accident deaths, the youth led by Makerere University students have sparked a campaign to have bodaboda activity checked.

Closely following this on twitter, I read a tweet from someone that made a lot of sense. 263 more words

My Opinion

Audio; The Four Year Odyssey At Makerere In Zahra's View

Zahra Abdul has been at Makerere University, pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism and communication. She narrates her ordeal while there, keenly noting her best as well as most challenging moments.


How a farmer group moved from seed multiplication to value addition: The case of cassava composite porridge

By Rebecca Mukebezi and Settumba Mukasa, College of Agriculture & Environmental Sciences, Makerere University

Most farmers perceive cassava as a famine reserve crop that is mainly grown for food security during periods of prolonged drought. 611 more words

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