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    • New Directions in Teacher Education in East Africa 

      Kajubi, W. Senteza (International Review of Education, 1971)
      The three countries of Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda, of 650,000 square miles and an estimated population million, form a compact geographical and quasi-political East African Community. They have much in common: Lake Victoria; ...
    • Increased Government Control of Buganda's Financial Sinews since the Revolution of 1966 

      Nsibambi, Apolo (Public Administration and Development, 1971)
      The quest for a more equitable allocation ofresources and income in all parts of Uganda, has gained more commitment, support and above all possibilities and credibility since the revolutionary changes which abolished ...
    • Educational priorities in Africa 

      Kajubi, W. Senteza (Prospects, 1973)
      When over half the nation is illiterate and the people clamour for education; when public expenditure on education is mounting, but the number of children who are denied the right to education is increasing; when classroom ...
    • Urban Planning Law in East Africa with special reference to Uganda 

      Kanyeihamba, George W. (Progress in Planning, 1974)
      The city has always held a magnetic attraction for all manner of men. To urban dwellers, it is a home and a recreational centre. To rural dwellers, it is a market place for their produce and a shopping centre. To foreign ...
    • Testing for linear engel curves 

      Kasekende, Louis (Elsevier Ltd, 1984)
      The demand system, NLES, proposed recently by Blundell and Ray (1982), is shown to aggregate consistently across households. It is then used to analyse time series expenditure data of Korea, Greece, Israel and Puerto Rico. ...
    • Corruption in Uganda 

      Nsibambi, Apolo (Ufahamu: A Journal of African Studies, 1987)
      What is corruption? A public official is corrupt if he accepts money or money's worth for doing something that is his duty anyway, that is not his duty, or to exercise a legitimate discretion for improper reasons.We ...
    • Teaching and Learning Biology in Secondary Schools in Kenya 

      Namuddu, Katherine (Studies in Science Education, 1989)
      This paper presents two case studies of teaching and learning biology in 2 secondary schools in Kenya. The data were derived during a 3 year study (1982-1985) whose goal was to understand the nature of the teaching-learning ...
    • Spurious high-tone extensions in Luganda 

      Hyman, Larry M.; Katamba, Francis X. (South African Journal of African Languages, 1990)
      A handful of mostly older descriptions of Bantu tone systems note an unexpected H tone effect on verb stems containing a causative -j- or passive -u- extension. Meeussen cites these effects as archaic and reconstructs H ...
    • Uganda: contradictions of the IMF programme and perspective 

      Mutebile, Emmanuel Tumusiime (Willey, 1991)
      In his article ‘Uganda: Contradictions of the IMF Programme and Perspective’, published in Development and Change in July 1990, Professor Mamdani sought to criticize the stabilization and structural adjustment programme ...
    • Financing of higher education in Uganda 

      Kajubi, W. Senteza (Higher Education, 1992)
      Uganda faces severe financial constraints which have resulted in a serious decline in the quality of higher education and the government faces an urgent need to find new sources of finance for higher education. At present ...
    • Gender Perspectives in African Higher Education 

      Namuddu, Katherine (University of Zimbabwe (UZ), 1992)
      This paper discusses three main issues, namely (a) some basic facts on the access of females and males to higher education in Africa (b) participation of men and women with higher education in the labour market particularly, ...
    • A New Approach to Tone in Luganda 

      Hyman, Larry M.; Katamba, Francis X. (Language, 1993)
      Since McCawley 1970, the Luganda tone system has been well known for its property of allowing at most one High]to Low pitch drop per word. To account for this property, the underlying system has been analyzed both in terms ...
    • The Status of Educational Research and Policy Analysis in Sub-Saharan Africa 

      Namuddu, Katherine; Tapsoba, J. M. (IDRC, Ottawa, ON, CA, 1993)
      Although building a functional and credible research capacity is a costly enterprise, donor agencies as well as policy makers recognize more and more that if universities in Africa areVto play a positive role in the ...
    • Optimality of Supermarket Inventory Policies Under Stochastic Demand in Uganda:A Case Study of Milk Powder Product 

      Mubiru, Kizito Paul; Kariko-Buhwezi, Bernard; Lating, Peter (PROCEEDING OF THE EIGTH OPERATIONS RESEARCH SOCIETY FOR EASTERN AFRICA (ORSEA) INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE, 1998)
      Effective inventory management requires cost-effective methods in determining the optimal ordering decisions of cycle inventories in a stochastic demand environment. In this paper, an inventory model with stochastic demand ...
    • Social Disclosure in Uganda? A research note on investigating absence 

      Kisenyi, Vincent; Gray, Rob (Social & Environmental Accounting, 1998)
      Western researchers in the (so-called) developed nations can too easily become myopic in their fascination with the parochial concerns of their own countries. Whilst we are steadily learning more about social and ...
    • Educating Agricultural Researchers: A Review of the Role of African Universities 

      Beintema, Nienke M.; Pardey, Philip G.; Roseboom, Johannes (International Food Policy Research Institute, 1998)
      The number of higher-education institutions and the students enrolled in them has grown rapidly throughout Africa since the early 1960s. The number of universities increased from less than 20 in 1960 to nearly 160 by 1996; ...
    • An Assessment of the Impact of Microfinance Services in Uganda: Baseline Findings 

      Barnes, Carolyn; Morris, Gayle; Gaile, Gary; Kibombo, Richard; Kayabwe, Samuel; Namara, Agrippinah; Waalwo-Kajula, Peter (Assessing the Impact of Microenterprise Services (AIMS), 1998)
      USAID/Uganda has undertaken a two-stage assessment of the impact of microfinance services in Uganda. The objective of the assessment is to identify the impact of microfinance programs upon clients, their households and ...
    • Uganda's experience with aid 

      Kasekende, Louis (Oxford academic, 1999)
      This paper presents Uganda's experience with aid flows over the period 1970-96. It discusses the compilation of aid data and also reviews the chronological developments in aid flows to Uganda. Over this period, the sectoral ...
    • Women’ S Attitudes To Condoms And Female-Controlled Means Of Protection Against HIV And STDS In South-Western Uganda 

      Hart, G. J.; Pool, R.; Green, G.; Harrison, S.; Nyanzi, S. (Aids Care, 1999)
      The consistent and correct use of the male condom makes it highly effective in both disease prevention and as a contraceptive method. However, it is also well recognized that its use is under men's control. Because of this ...
    • Impact of liberalization on key markets in sub-Saharan Africa 

      Kasekende, Louis (Willey, 1999)
      During the 1970s, Uganda suffered from an economic crisis characterized by distortions in all sectors of the economy. The exchange rate, for example, was highly overvalued, inflation was in the double-digit range while ...