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Makerere’s new guild president vows to avert strikes

By Clare Muhindo

Makerere University’s new guild president, David Bwiruka Bala, has declared his position on strikes in in the university saying that strikes can be avoided if the University administration considers the student’s voices. 844 more words

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Dr. Charles Masembe scoops the highly competitive Wellcome Trust Intermediate Fellowship in Public Health and Tropical Medicine

Double scoops: Charles Masembe of the College of Natural Sciences (CoNAS), Makerere University has scooped the highly competitive Wellcome Trust Intermediate Fellowship in Public Health and Tropical Medicine; and has recently been promoted to Associate Professor (Molecular Genetics and Evolution). 309 more words

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Mr David Bala Wins Makerere University Guild Election

Mr David Bala Bwiruka the new Makerere University Guild President.

Mr David Bala Bwiruka, an Independent candidate and second year student of Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences has been declared the winner of the… 181 more words


Makerere University valley tank in the water stressed communities of Nakasongola register success

Written by: Mrs. Jane Anyango – Communications/PR Officer (CAES)

Residents of Kanyonyi village, Wanzogi – Subcounty, Kalungi Parish in Nakasongola district have all reasons to celebrate following a successful project that has in this dry season relieved several households from shifting in search for water for their animals and domestic use. 253 more words

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Universities need to enable the poor to acquire University education

Prof. Venansius Baryamureeba, PhD.

For all of us who are 45 years and above we had the opportunity to study for free at University. Today things have changed; more than 90% of the students studying at public Universities in Uganda are private students. 398 more words

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Go for sweet potatoes

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Science ‘meeting farmers’ need’

See video : https://youtu.be/op0cNORePhk

Sweet potato is one of the neglected African crops, yet it has a huge potential to address food insecurity and help improve livelihoods in the continent. 90 more words

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The Africa Regional Conference Marking the 40th Anniversary of Peace Studies in Bradford

Professor Kenneth Omeje is a JEFCAS Visiting Senior Research Fellow in Peace Studies, at the University of Bradford. He is the author of War to Peace Transition: Conflict Intervention and Peacebuilding in Liberia (2009), and is a Professor of International Relations at the United States International University in Nairobi, Kenya. 490 more words

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