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    • Akatabo Ke`mbeera 

      Verbeek, Clare; Dladla, Thembani; Buthelezi, Zanele (African Storybook Initiative, 2007)
      This is a children's story about the different weather conditions and how they keep on changing.
    • Amaadhi 

      Avutswa, Ebby (African Storybook Initiative, 2016)
      This is a children's story about the water and how it is being used for different activities.
    • Amaino 

      Verbeek, Clare; Dladla, Thembani; Buthelezi, Zanele (African Storybook Initiative, 2007)
      This is a children's story explaining the usefulness of the teeth to the human being.
    • Amaka Gange Inze 

      Gulere, Cornelius Wambi; Joshua, Waako (African Storybook Initiative, 2014)
      This is a children's story about the entire family which lives together and having grate happiness always.
    • Amara ni Simba 

      Maranga, Judy B. (African Storybook Initiative, 2015)
      This is a children's story narrating how a young boy called Amara used to treat his dog which he had also named Simba.
    • Amayumba 

      Verbeek, Clare; Dladla, Thembani; Buthelezi, Zanele (African Storybook Initiative, 2007)
      This is a children's story narrating the nature of different houses and their types in the village.
    • Amazaalibwa Ga Alyana 

      Daly, Leo (African Storybook Initiative, 2017)
      This is a children's story about famous birth and the regular birthdays of Alyana.
    • Ameka? 

      Verbeek, Clare; Dladla, Thembani; Buthelezi, Zanele (African Storybook Initiative, 2007)
      This is a children's story narrated about census exercise of different species of animals and insects, in one of the village.
    • Amuka Nuka Itetiak 

      Okurut, Ignatius; Arbuckle, Kathy (African Story Book Initiative, 2007)
      This book demonstrates a story of carrying out shopping.
    • An analysis of bullying in schools as presented by two Ugandan novels 

      Naula, Mary; Muranga, Manuel; Gulere, Cornelius Wambi; Owor, Joseph Jakisa (Academic Journals, 2018)
      This paper analyzes the depictions of bullying in schools in two selected Ugandan novels: Goretti Kyomuhendo’s The First Daughter (1996) and Mary Karooro Okurut’s The invisible Weevil (1998). The study is about the vices ...
    • An analysis of bullying in schools as presented by two Ugandan novels 

      Naula, Mary; Muranga, Manuel; Gulere, Cornelius Wambi; Owor, Joseph Jakisa (International Journal of English and Literature, 2018-11)
      This paper analyzes the depictions of bullying in schools in two selected Ugandan novels: Goretti Kyomuhendo’s The First Daughter (1996) and Mary Karooro Okurut’s The invisible Weevil (1998). The study is about the vices ...
    • Analysis of persistence soil nutrient status in abandoned cattle kraals in a semi arid area in Botswana 

      Kizza, Sarah; Otlogetswe, Totolo; Perkins, Jeremy; Olusegun, Areola (2010-12)
      The aim of this study was to analyze the depletion of soil nutrients with time on abandoned kraals in a peri-urban area of Botswana. Active kraals are enriched with nutrients through the accumulation of animal droppings ...
    • Analysis of the Accuracy of GMF, NMF, and VMF1 Mapping Functions with GPT 50 a Priori Zenith Constraint in Tropospheric Delay Modelling 

      Makabayi, Brian; Hunegnaw, Addisu (2015-01)
      When modelling the tropospheric delay in Global Positioning System (GPS), the zenith delay is mapped to the slant with numerous mapping functions. The accuracy of the modelled tropospheric delay will be affected by the ...
    • Analysis of the Depiction of Corporal Punishment in Two Ugandan Novels and Its Effects on Students 

      Naula, Mary; Gulere, Cornelius Wambi; Owor, Joseph Jakisa (SCIENCEDOMAIN international (SDI), 2018)
      This paper examines the portrayal of corporal punishment in Mary Karooro Okurut’s The Invisible Weevil [1] and Julius Ocwinyo’s Fate of the Banished [2]. The researchers investigate the issues and challenges surrounding ...
    • Analysis of the Depiction of Corporal Punishment in Two Ugandan Novels and Its Effects on Students 

      Naula, Mary; Gulere, Cornelius W.; Owor, Joseph J. (Asian Journal of Language, Literature and Culture Studies, 2018-11)
      This paper examines the portrayal of corporal punishment in Mary Karooro Okurut’s The Invisible Weevil [1] and Julius Ocwinyo’s Fate of the Banished [2]. The researchers investigate the issues and challenges surrounding ...
    • Andiswa Omuzaanhi Owo Mupiira 

      Daniels, Eden (African Storybook Initiative, 2014)
      This is a children's story narrating a young lady called Andiswa who was so much interested in playing football at her village.
    • Angolobe mukhatale khebilungo 

      Vishwanath, Megha (African Story Book Initiative, 2017)
      This book is telling a story about all the selling and merchandise of foods in the town market. It also classifies the types of foods being sold, classified by numbers.
    • Antecedents and outcomes of employee engagement in soft drink industry in Uganda 

      Owor, Joseph Jakisa (2015)
      This study sought to establish the relationship between antecedents and outcomes of employee engagement in the soft drink industry in Uganda. The specific objectives of this study were (1) to ascertain the relationship ...
    • Antecedents of environmentally friendly manufacturing practices among SMEs in Africa: evidence from Uganda 

      Ayebale, Dan; Nanfuka, Esther; Ayebale, Ahurra Hope (Springer International Publishing, 2016-05)
      Environmental management is increasingly becoming an important topic of discussion in the business world today. Stakeholders as well as policymakers are demanding more accountability from companies in relation to their ...
    • Antioxidant potential of the farmer preferred selections of Solanum aethiopicum vegetable consumed in central Uganda 

      Sekulya, S.; Nandutu, A.; Namutebi, A.; Ssozi, J.; Masanza, Michael; Kabod, B.; Jagwe, J. N.; Kasharu, A.; Rees, Deborah; Kizito, Elizabeth B. (European Journal of Biological Research, 2018-03)
      In addition to the rich micronutrient value, indigenous vegetables are regarded as possessing medicinal attributes. The Solanaceae family has over 1000 species worldwide, with a number of indigenous species originating in ...