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    • Waliyo omulala alinga nze 

      Strydom, Fred; Jardim-Wedepohl, Jess; Bulyaba, Ruth (Pratham Books Story Weaver Publishing, 2015)
      This is a story about an animal which thought to be unique in everything it does, thinks and irritates
    • Walube Omuyala Ne Miziru Emika 

      Mabeta, Kholeka (African Storybook Initiative, 2014)
      This is a children's story narrating how the animal called a Fox behaves when its is very hungry.
    • Wamaŋe, Lacoo Ma Goro Ni 

      Lamony, Maurice; Jager, Wiehan de (African Story Book Initiative, 2014)
      This book demonstrates a story a young girl who lived alone in a house
    • Wambuzi Isabazinga Omufere 

      Nakasango, Alice (African Storybook Initiative, 2015)
      This is a children story narrating about a famous goat that was a king of other animals in the society where all these animals lived.
    • Wampiti, Wakayima Ni Benseni 

      Kiema, Katiwa Charles (African Storybook Initiative, 2016)
      This is a children's story narrated about three animals which were friends among themselves.
    • Wampube Owomuluulu 

      Ohri, Herminder (Pratham Books, 2006)
      This is a children's story narrating about creature called a mouse which was greedy to other animals.
    • Wanaasi Akabila Babaandu Tsingano 

      Shissa, Milton Eridad (African Storybook Initiative, 2014)
      This is a story about the family of Insects which are created by God and how human beings treat them.
    • Wanaasi, Bakikhoolo Ni Tsikweena 

      Shissa, Milton Eridad (African Storybook Initiative, 2014)
      This is a story book about the different types of insects God created.
    • Wanambusi Ni Kumubano Kwa Namuunyu 

      Wekunya, Cornelius (African Storybook Initiative, 2015)
      This book is narrating how goats behave each other.
    • Wanasi Ni Wanakhutu 

      Shissa, Milton Eridad (African Storybook Initiative, 2014)
      This story book narrates the life style of different Insect species.
    • Wanatsofu Umwana Urebareba 

      Wekunya, Cornelius (African Storybook Initiative, 2014)
      This book narrates how Elephants behave and their relationship with other creatures God created.
    • Wandhovu Omuto Omubuulirize 

      Baker, Judith; Trok, Lorato (African Storybook Initiative, 2014)
      This is a children's story narrating how a young elephant uses its long trunk, to perform so many duties for its own benefit and protection.
    • Wankoko ni Waigongolo 

      Asara, Winny (African Storybook Initiative, 2014)
      This is a children's story narrating how the cock and a millipede used to relate.
    • Wankudu Ne Ennhindo Engudule 

      Ẹhinẹni, Taiwo (African Storybook Initiative, 2015)
      It is a children's story about a tortoise which was full of fighting all the time and this resulted into it having its nose half way.
    • War-Related Abduction and History of Incarceration Linked to High Burden of HIV among Female Sex Workers in Conflict-Affected Northern Uganda. 

      Goldenberg, Shira M.; Muzaaya, Godfrey; Akello, Monica; Nguyen, Paul; Birungi, Josephine; Shannon, Kate (Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc., 2016-09-01)
      Objective: Sex workers (SWs) in sub-Saharan Africa face a disproportionate HIV burden and growing concerns of severe human rights violations. Given the dearth of evidence on the burden and correlates of HIV among SWs in ...
    • Wasting among Uganda men with pulmonary tuberculosis is associated with linear regain in lean tissue mass during and after treatment in contrast to women with wasting who regain fat tissue mass: prospective cohort study 

      Mupere, Ezekiel; Malone, LaShaunda; Zalwango, Sarah; Okwera, Alphonse; Nsereko, Mary; Tisch, Daniel J; Parraga, Isabel M; Stein, Catherine M; Mugerwa, Roy; Boom, W Henry; Mayanja, Harriet K; Whalen, Christopher C (BMC Infectious Diseases, 2014-01)
      Background: Nutritional changes during and after tuberculosis treatment have not been well described. We therefore determined the effect of wasting on rate of mean change in lean tissue and fat mass as measured by bioelectrical ...
    • 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.