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    • Watch Out! The Tiger is here! 

      Mehta, Sejal; Chakravarty, Rohan; Nakacwa, Florence (Pratham Books Story Weaver Publishing, 2017)
      This is a story warning young children to be careful of the Tiger which is dangerous to human beings.
    • The Wellbeing of Somali Refugees in Kampala: Perceived Satisfaction of their Human Needs 

      Balyejjusa, Moses Senkosi (Africa Journals Online, 2017)
      Although there is substantial research on the psychological wellbeing of refugees in psychology, especially in acculturation research, there is very little research assessing refugees‘ objective conditions of living. This ...
    • What if 

      Nair, Hari Kumar; Nakacwa, Florence (Pratham Books Story Weaver Publishing, 2019)
      This is a story about a child who was imagining whether if her body parts could be very longer than the normal sizes she would be the grate in the society.
    • What is your name? 

      Taksale, Neha; Vyas, Tanaya; Amia, Catherine (Pratham Books Story Weaver Publishing, 2018)
      This is a storybook teaching children how to pronounce their names.
    • “When they know that you are a sex worker, you will be the last person to be treated”: Perceptions and experiences of female sex workers in accessing HIV services in Uganda 

      Wanyenze, Rhoda K.; Musinguzi, Geofrey; Kiguli, Juliet; Nuwaha, Fred; Mujisha, Geoffrey; Musinguzi, Joshua; Arinaitwe, Jim; Matovu, Joseph K. B. (BMC International Health and Human Rights, 2017)
      Background: HIV prevalence among female sex workers (FSWs) in high burden countries in sub-Saharan Africa varies between 24 and 72%, however their access to HIV services remains limited. This study explored FSWs’ perspectives ...
    • Who Ate All That Up? 

      Mehta, Sejal; Chakravarty, Rohan; Nakacwa, Florence (Pratham Books Story Weaver Publishing, 2017)
      This is a story about eating everything and you do not mind about others.
    • Who is it 

      Bannerjee, Kanchan; Gupta, Pratyush; Nakacwa, Florence (Pratham Books Story Weaver Publishing, 2019)
      This is a story about different sounds of animals and the child is not sure about the specific animal making noise
    • Why bother with Hebrews? An African perspective 

      Nyende, Peter (The Heythrop Journal, 2005)
      Hebrews was [and is] not regarded as sufficiently ‘mainstream’ either in the academic circles or in its ‘market’, the churches, to warrant much attention. Then as now we knew that only the Gospels and Paul were really ...
    • Widespread Pyrethroid and DDT Resistance in the Major Malaria Vector Anopheles funestus in East Africa Is Driven by Metabolic Resistance Mechanisms 

      Mulamba, Charles; Riveron, Jacob M.; Ibrahim, Sulaiman S.; Irving, Helen; Barnes, Kayla G.; Mukwaya, Louis G.; Birungi, Josephine; Wondji, Charles S. (2014-10-15)
      Background Establishing the extent, geographical distribution and mechanisms of insecticide resistance in malaria vectors is a prerequisite for resistance management. Here, we report a widespread distribution of insecticide ...
    • Wild cat!Wild cat! 

      Mehta, Sejal; Chakravarty, Rohan; Nakacwa, Florence (Pratham Books Story Weaver Publishing, 2017)
      This is a story about Wild cats and how they behave in terms of eating, playing and others.
    • “Working against corruption tendencies; a personal responsibility for Christians or individual responsibility? (“Okulwanyisa obuli bwenguzi, buvunanyizibwa bwani ani?”) 

      Kansiime, Elly (Uganda Christian University, 2018-10)
      Before we talk of fighting corruption we must first know what it is and what it is capable of doing to us as individuals and our society, so that we can seek for ways of working together against it. First of all corruption ...
    • Yamo 

      Lamony, Maurice; Drew, Marion (African Story Book Initiative, 2015)
      This book demonstrates a story a playing with kit and the winds takes off.
    • Zideje zibululuka zitena? 

      Sarawagi, Aditi (African Story Book Initiative, 2017)
      This book is telling a story about all the animals, birds and other man made things which can fly in the sky. However, it shows how God is great to have created creatures like birds of different species to fly in the cloud.