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Factors influencing farmer choices of use of shade trees in coffee fields around Mount Elgon, Eastern Uganda
(Small-scale Forestry : Springer, 2022-07-18)
The debate on integration of shade trees on farmers’ fields is lately becoming more pronounced due to the increasing land fragmentation, particularly in the highlands where the number of trees on farm is reducing drastically. ...
Pathways to research leadership for early career researchers in Africa: a potential role for African and global funders
(South African Journal of Higher Education( SABINET), 2022-04-01)
Early career researchers at African universities face numerous challenges and demands within a context of minimum resources; yet on the other hand, there is significant expectation for doing excellent science that is of ...
Nature, causes and development implications of ecological injustice in Uganda
(East African journal of education and social sciences, 2022-03)
Uganda is one of the developing countries in the world that experience ecological injustice emanating from unsustainable use of natural resources. This study attempted to reveal the nature, causes and implications of ...
Gender imbalances in science disciplines at Kyambogo university of uganda and development implications
(Journal of Science & Sustainable Development, 2022-03-18)
Kyambogo University (KyU) is one of Uganda’s nine public universities. Like any other University, KyU is experiencing gender imbalance in science disciplines. This comes with glaring development implications in a country ...
Domestic violence and development implications in Budaka District
Budaka is one of the 146 districts in Uganda experiencing domestic violence (DV) with 5016 cases, recorded in 2020. This was a significant number with obvious development repercussions despite relevant regulations, ...