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    • Biba Byeenga? 

      Verbeek, Clare; Thembani, Diadla; Buthelezi, Zanele (African Storybook Initiative, 2007)
      This book tells a story of all the animals and Insects God created on earth
    • The bible, growing landless-ness, and environmental degradation in modern Uganda: An encounter. 

      Olwa, Alfred (Uganda Christian University, 2002)
      In modern Uganda two situations, in which a theme from the bible is understood to have immediate practical consequences in the lives of many people, is landlessness and environmental degradation. In this dissertation the ...
    • The biblical view of the unborn child Psalm 139: 13-18 

      Ebong, Johnson O. (Uganda Christian University, 1992)
      Abortion is a new phenomenon among contemporary Africans which has become a common practice among the young and adults alike. In this research work the author examines the biblical view of the unborn child according to ...
    • Bibombi Naabi 

      Wekunya, Cornelius (African Reading Matters, 2003)
      This book tells a story of a mother who cares for her daughter and finds out what she likes most.
    • Bibyaano 

      Bodio, Shakira (African Storybook Initiative, 2014)
      This book narrates a story of a young girl who was so beautiful in the village and she loved to take care of herself
    • Bibyambaso 

      Verbeek, Clare; Thembani, Diadla; Buthelezi, Zanele (African Storybook Initiative, 2007)
      This book narrates a story of a grandmother who cared for her grandchildren and confort them when they are annoyed or worried.
    • Bileri 

      Ness, Clark (African Storybook Initiative, 2008)
      This is a children's story narrating the movement of clouds and the way they change according to the wheather
    • Biodegradation of Estrogenic Compounds and Its Enhancement in a Membrane Bioreactor – Research Category III, Water Quality 

      Hermanowicz, Slawomir W.; Wozei, Eleanor (UC Berkeley Center for Water Resources Technical Completion, 2002-09)
      In the project, we investigated enhancement removal of estrogenic activities in activated sludge. These activities are caused by natural and synthetic substances that mimic the effect of the human hormone estrogen and ...
    • Biologically directed environmental monitoring, fate, and transport of estrogenic endocrine disrupting compounds in water: A review 

      Campbell, Chris G.; Borglin, Sharon E.; Green, F. Bailey; Grayson, Allen; Wozei, Eleanor; Stringfellow, William T. (Elsevier Publications, 2006)
      Endocrine disrupting compounds (EDCs) are contaminants that may be hormonally active at low concentrations and are emerging as a major concern for water quality. Estrogenic EDCs (e-EDCs) are a subclass of EDCs that, when ...
    • Bleeding Uganda: on Festo Kivengere’s Preaching of the Doctrine of Reconciliation 

      Olwa, Alfred (The Africa Policy Centre Uganda Christian University, 2018)
      Festo Kivengere once remarked in a sermon: ‘We in Uganda feel that the church is irrelevant if it fails to carry on the message of being ambassadors of reconciliation’.
    • Body Wasting Among Tuberculosis Patients in Urban Uganda 

      Mupere, Ezekiel (Case Western Reserve University, 2010-05)
      Background although body wasting is a cardinal feature of tuberculosis, its etiology and management is poorly understood; and its assessment is overlooked in research and in clinical practice. Objective We established ...
    • Breaking through traditions: the brick and tile industry in Ankole region, Uganda. 

      Kayamba, William K.; Kwesiga, Philip (Net Journals, 2017-04)
      The study investigates the manufacturing process, of bricks and tiles in the Ankole region of Western Uganda, focusing on improvised technology particularly the forming method, innovations, and firing process, together ...
    • Broadcasting governance and development in ‘Museveni's Uganda’ 

      Maractho, Emilly Comfort (Taylor & Francis Online, 2015-06-09)
      Despite recent developments in technology and globalisation, the broadcast and print media in many countries still run on separate tracks. This article, which is based on qualitative research carried out between 2012 and ...
    • Building capacity for HIV/AIDS program leadership and management in Uganda through mentored Fellowships. 

      Matovu, Joseph K. B.; Wanyenze, Rhoda K.; Mawemuko, Susan; Wamuyu-Maina, Gakenia; Bazeyo, William; Olico-Okui; Serwadda, David (Taylor and Francis Online, 2011-02)
      Background: Around the world, health professionals and program managers are leading and managing public and private health organizations with little or no formal management and leadership training and experience. Objective: ...
    • Building Responsive Communities to Maternal and Child Health–Multi Disciplinary Approach 

      Musinguzi, Jotham (2018-02-23)
      Keynote address of save the mothers reunion conference by Dr. Musinguzi Jotham is a Public Health Physician and an advocate for inclusion of reproductive health and HIV/AIDS on the international development agenda. Currently, ...
    • Building strong partnerships in Library Community through the Jay Jordan IFLA/OCLC Early Career Fellowship Program for Continuing Professional Development 

      Kaddu, Sarah (2016-08)
      Continuing Professional Development (CPD) largely refers to the process of continuing growth of a professional within the profession. In Library and Information Science fields, there are two views on CPD- the narrow and ...
    • Bunyaalifu 

      Verbeek, Clare; Thembani, Diadla; Buthelezi, Zanele (African Storybook Initiative, 2007)
      This book narrates a story of different drivers who drove on a high speed and knocked each other and this caused loss of lives to some people.
    • Burengye bw'eizooba bwa Uganda 

      Musiimenta, Racheal (Pratham Books’ Story Weaver, 2017)
      This books demonstrates the beauty of Western Uganda
    • Buugi 

      Dlamini, Zimbili; Zondi, Hlengiwe (African Storybook Initiative, 2014)
      This is a children's story narrating how to cook and even eat porridge.
    • Byantaka ne Entamu Eyafa 

      Kisakye, Peter (African Storybook Initiative, 2015)
      The story is about men whose sous pane was taken by force