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    • Job 14:1-12 and the Buganda traditional concept of human life and death: an ideo-theological hermeneutics 

      Kisekka, Enock (Kyambogo University[unpublished work], 2022-06)
      The study focused on the ideo-theological hermeneutics of Job 14:1-12 in relation to the Baganda’s traditional concept of human life and death. The study sought to discuss the text in relation to the Baganda’s traditional ...
    • Job training and employee performance in Ruharo mission hospital 

      Kyampeire, Apofia (Kyambogo University, 2019-11)
      The study examined the relationship between on the job training and employee performance. The study was conducted at Ruharo mission hospital Mbarara. The study was guided by the following research objectives; to establish ...
    • Knowledge and innovations for farmers from teaching agriculture in Ugandan primary schools: a study of Kumi communities in the Teso sub-region 

      Epeju, W. Faustine (Research in Agriculture & Applied Economics., 2016)
      Kumi communities consist of Bukedea, Kumi and Ngora districts whose agriculture is increasingly complex with declining productivity because of population increase, climate change, low yielding technologies used & poor ...
    • Knowledge, attitudes and practices in tamarind (Tamarindus indica L.) use and conservation in Eastern Uganda 

      Ebifa-Othieno, Esther; Mugisha, Antony; Nyeko, Philip; Kabasa, John David (Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine, 2017)
      Tamarindus indica L. is one of the indigenous fruit tree species that traditionally contributes to food security and ecosystem stability in sub-Saharan Africa. We hypothesized that the indigenous people of Eastern Uganda ...
    • Knowledge, attitudes and practices in tamarind (Tamarindus indica L.) use and conservation in Eastern Uganda 

      Ebifa-Othieno, Esther; Mugisha, Antony; Nyeko, Philip; Kabasa, John David (Springer Nature: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine., 2017-01-21)
      Tamarindus indica L. is one of the indigenous fruit tree species that traditionally contributes to food security and ecosystem stability in sub-Saharan Africa. We hypothesized that the indigenous people of Eastern Uganda ...
    • Knowledge, attitudes and practices of processors of deep-fried fish and potato chips with regard to cooking oil quality – A case of Kampala District, Uganda 

      Emmanuel, Okalany; Stellah, Byakika; Jacent, Kamuntu Asiimwe; Ivan, Muzira Mukisa (Food and Humanity scienceDirect, 2023-12)
      It is a common practice amongst processors of deep-fried foods to recycle cooking oil to save costs. However, the quality of the oil deteriorates with every frying cycle yielding by-products that have harmful effects on ...
    • Kyambogo University April 2020 Newsletter 

      Kyambogo University (Kyambogo University, 2020-04)
      The Prime Minister of the Republic of Uganda, Rt. Hon. Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda has appreciated the exemplary services offered by Kyambogo University. The Prime Minister said this on Tuesday, April 28,2020 at the Office of the ...
    • Kyambogo University August 2019 Newsletter 

      Kyambogo University (Kyambogo University, 2019-08)
      Hon. Tayebwa Thomas, the Member of Parliament for Ruhinda North has advised members of the Kyambogo University Academic Staff Association (KYUASA) to dialogue embrace dialogue as a way of solving misunderstandings, discontent ...
    • Kyambogo University August 2020 Newsletter 

      Kyambogo University (Kyambogo University, 2020-08)
      The State Minister for Education, Dr. John Chrysostom Muyingo, who represented the Minister of Education and Sports, Hon. Mama Janet Museveni, has said that Grade III Teachers form the backbone of the entire National ...
    • Kyambogo University December 2020 Newsletter 

      Kyambogo University (Kyambogo University, 2020-12)
      Prof. Eli Katunguka, the Kyambogo UniversityVice Chancellor has asked Ministry of Finance Planning and Economic Development to stop cutting capital development budgets for higher institutions of learning because it is ...
    • Kyambogo University February 2020 Newsletter 

      Kyambogo University (Kyambogo University, 2020-02)
      The State Minister for Youth and Children Affairs, Hon. Florence Nakiwala Kiyingi has applauded Kyambogo University for championing the cause aganist psychological distress because the youth, especially university students ...
    • Kyambogo University Financial Management Manual 2014 as Amended 2021 

      Kyambogo University (Kyambogo University [unpublished work], 2021)
      Management of finances and other resources is fundamental to the success of teaching and research programs in Kyambogo University. The approval of this Policy Manual by the University Council is, therefore, a central step ...
    • Kyambogo University Gender Policy: approved by the University Council and Commencement 

      Kyambogo University Council (Kyambogo University(Unpublished work), 2014-07-10)
      Kyambogo University's target is to be one of the very best universities in Uganda and Africa at large. To reach that target, the knowledge and ambitions of employees and students must be utilised, and their different ...
    • Kyambogo University gets first PhD graduates 

      Elly, Katunguka (New Vision, 2019-12-10)
    • Kyambogo University in the 21st Century 

      Fabian, Nabugoomu (Kyambogo University [unpublished work], 2017-10)
    • Kyambogo University January 2020 Newsletter 

      Kyambogo University (Kyambogo University, 2020-01)
      On Saturday, January 25, 2020, His Grace, StanleyNtagali, the retiring Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Uganda bid farewell to the Kyambogo Community. During his farewell sermon at Kakumba Chapel, Kyambogo University, ...
    • Kyambogo University January/ February 2021 Newsletter 

      Kyambogo University (Kyambogo University, 2021-02)
      The current academic establishment is comprised of 6 Faculties and 2 Schools headed by Deans, with a total of 38 departments headed by Heads of Departments. These Faculties and Schools include: Faculty of Arts & Social ...
    • Kyambogo University Library February 2014 Newsletter 

      Kyambogo University Library (Kyambogo University, 2014-02)
      In a bid to promote information and knowledge sharing, Kyambogo University Library services has re-invigorated the idea of publishing a periodical library newsletter to share their views with the concerned stakeholders and ...
    • Kyambogo University May 2020 Newsletter 

      Kyambogo University (Kyambogo University, 2020-05)
      Kyambogo University remains a hub of innovations even during this COVID lockdown. Mr. Nyangkori Christopher is a technician; he heads plumbing and sanitation section under the Department of Estates and Works. He has invented ...
    • Kyambogo University November 2020 Newsletter 

      Kyambogo University (Kyambogo University, 2020-11)
      Our newsletter correspondent had a one on one with Mr. Jerome Butamanya (pictured), the Deputy Academic Registrar in charge of Exams to understand the progress of examinationsamidst the COVID 19 scare. We are so far moving ...