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Meet the institutions behind Accelerate

Accelerate is a consortium of several academic, research and development institutions across Africa and Europe. These institutions have a commitment to champion youth collaborative educational agribusinesses and innovations as critical catalysts for sustainable development. 1,298 more words

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68 Admitted As Government Sponsored Students on Sports Scheme

The Office of the Academic Registrar, Makerere University has released the Official admission lists for Government sponsored students for the Academic Year 2017/2018.

this list contains all students admitted to different public universities. 55 more words

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Makerere University Releases Admission Lists for Mature-Age, Degree Holders and Diploma Entry 2017/2018

The Office of the Academic Registrar, Makerere University has released the admission lists for Privately sponsored students for Mature Age Entry Scheme, Degree holders and Diploma Entry Scheme for the Academic Year 2017/2018. 89 more words


Makerere reaps big from the Makerere hill road

Makerere University has earned itself a new look with nine roads constructed, safer paved walkaways and street lighting. This is made possible using the compensation funds secured from the Government of Uganda during the implementation of the Kampala institutional and Infrastructural Development Project (KIIDP2) in particular, the Makerere hill road. 335 more words

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Uganda`s tear gas innovator registers own company

Samuel Mugarura, a Makerere University Chemistry student who made teargas has made yet another stride in realizing his dream of kick starting the Non-lethal technologies company. 671 more words



Wondering how it would be, a bit scared I was….but hoped for the best. 489 more words

Jacinta Nakaye


Nowadays it’s hard for one to move around Makerere, and not find a child carrying a basket of mangoes. These are kids aged 10 to 18years that are supposed to be at school but instead sell mangoes during school time. 582 more words