Patra Asasiira

Patra Asasiira

Marburg, Ebola here to stay, say experts - National - monitor.co.ug

Makerere University - The lead investigator, Dr Misaki Wayengera, said they are currently testing the components used in the development of the kit which is expected to end by the end of this year...

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allAfrica.com: Uganda: Makerere in Two-Horse Guild Race

As Makerere University students vote their guild president tomorrow, the race seems to be between Ivan Bwowe, a third-year Law student and Sarah Aseru, a second-year student of Industrial and Organisational Psychology. Besides the two frontrunners, the ballot paper also has Lillian Aber ...

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Let your ex see their child without hurting your current relationship - Heart to Heart - monitor.co....

Makerere University - Henry Nsubuga, a counsellor at Counselling and Guidance Centre at Makerere University, says breaking up from a relationship should not be reason to deny your child maternity or paternity rights because a child has a right to belong to a family. “Children are known for being a very strong ...

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Bio-Innovate produces new and elite sweetpotato clones for smallholder famers to mitigate climate c...

Makerere University - In 2012, Dr. Mukasa and his graduate assistant, Mr. Anthony Mwije, linked up with Abeteraine to deliberate how project 2 would collaborate with the farmers’ group to implementing on-farm trials for the sweetpotato clones the researchers wanted to test. The farmers were enthusiastic ...

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Uganda: Police raid US project that assisted gays - Washington Times

Makerere University - Uganda: Police raid US project that assisted gays - Washington Times KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) - Ugandan police raided the offices of a United States-funded project known to offer AIDS services to homosexuals, a government spokesman said Friday, in what appeared to be the first public action by ...

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Uganda: Uganda's Cheap Bike Problem

Joseph Magoola, currently studying for a master's degree in public health at Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda, writes a regular blog on road safety in his country. He says that cheap, badly designed vehicles are causing deaths and misery in his country. But rather than cars, he ...

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Tola - Research Papers - Omotii4Real

Makerere University - Tropical fish by Doreen Baingana is a collection of linked short stories which was published in 2005. In this writing, we will be discussing on the novel and a critical review of the novel paying more attention to the novels context, theme, style and ideology. Doreen Baingana grow ...

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To Tell or Not to Tell? Ugandan Teens Grapple with HIV Disclosure | Str8Talk Chronicle

Makerere University - Polly Nuwagaba, a counsellor with the Naguru Teenage Information and Health Centre in Kampala, told IPS that most adolescents have a problem with disclosure. “They look healthy, they attract HIV negative partners, and they have sexual desires,” she explained. “Some tell us that when ...

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allAfrica.com: Uganda: Brenda Nabukenya - I Don't Drink, I Don't Smoke Weed (Page 1 of 3)

Makerere University - Uganda: Brenda Nabukenya - I Don't Drink, I Don't Smoke Weed Luwero Woman MP Brenda Nabukenya is wearing a knee-length round red dress that makes her look like a sweet little girl, when Quick Talk meets her. Quick Talk asks about her age, among others. I'm making 30 on October 24. ...

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Psychiatrists decry mental health care in Africa - Yahoo! Finance

Makerere University - Psychiatrists decry mental health care in Africa - Yahoo! Finance Thu, Jul 18, 2013, 10:01 AM EDT - U.S. Markets close in 5 hrs 59 mins KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) -- The drugs given to many of Africa's psychiatric patients are often administered to keep the patients asleep so the hurried nurses can ...

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