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Assessing the land conflicts and management strategies Used by smallholder Irish potato (solanum tuberosum) Farmers in Kisoro district, Uganda
(Kyambogo University, 2019-07)
Celebrated in 2008, the United Nations International Year of the Potato (IYP) highlighted the important role of the Irish potato in agriculture, the economy and world food security. Globally, agriculture and food security ...
The relationship between teacher training and learning outcomes of agriculture teacher trainees in primary teachers’ colleges in eastern Uganda
(Kyambogo University[unpublished work], 2022-10)
Effective teacher training is critical for the development of competent teaching workforce, less of which generates ineffective graduates. The study examined the relationship between teacher training and learning outcomes ...
Agricultural extension service training in Uganda and delivery competence acquisition.
(Kyambogo University [unpublished work], 2013-11)
Agriculture training in Agricultural Institutions has a bearing on the quality of the competences needed for appropriate agricultural service delivery. However, knowledge, skills and attitudes for agricultural service ...
Agriculture training in farm institutes and the labour market requirements in uganda.
(Kyambogo University [unpublished work], 2013-10)
Agriculture training is intended to prepare trainees to meet the agriculture labour market requirements. In Uganda training is done at farm institutes, college and university levels. This study assessed Agriculture Training ...
Popular music and social cohesion in Bidibidi refugee settlement in West Nile, Uganda
(Kyambogo University, 2021-04)
This dissertation examines how popular music has contributed to the peaceful co-existence between South Sudanese refugees and host communities in Bidibidi Settlement (Yumbe District), West-Nile, Uganda. Besides, the study ...
Adoption of cattle manure for banana production by farmers in Mbarara district, Uganda
(Kyambogo University [unpublished work], 2018-11)
Bananas are the main staple food crop grown in Mbarara District but production is threatened by Mbarara's declining soil fertility. Cattle manure has a potential of improving soil fertility as it is available and affordable ...