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    • 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 ...
    • Building a Great Future: The Legacy of Bishop Tucker Theological College 

      Uganda Christian University (Uganda Christian University Publications, 2013)
      As Bishop Tucker School of Divinity and Theology/Uganda Christian University celebrate her centenary, we look back and thank God who in his Grace began a church leaders’ school on Namirembe hill in 1903 that later moved ...
    • Camera, commerce & Conscience: Afrowood and the crisis of purpose. 

      Ojebode, Ayobami; Adegbola, Tunde; Mekonnen, Alemayehu Debebe; Maractho, Emilly Comfort (Greenminds Publishers., 2019)
      Every re-interpretation of a work of art is an enrichment of the culture that inspired that work in the first place. The artist of the reinterpretation is truly blessed not only by the initial artist but by the community ...
    • The Church as an Assembly on Mt. Zion: An Ecclesiology from Hebrews for African Christianity 

      Nyende, Peter (Langham global library, 2018)
      In this paper I classify ecclesiological studies, against which I briefly survey African ecclesiological scholarship. From this survey I show that, relative to ecclesiological studies elsewhere, there is a paucity of ...
    • Continent-based Comparative Study of Internet Attacks 

      Rai, Idris A.; Matsiko, Perez (Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2011)
      We have deployed a honeypot sensor node in Uganda that is connected to a distributed honeypot system managed by Leurrecom.org Honeypot project, which constitutes of a large number of different honeypot sensors distributed ...
    • The cost of commercial motorcycle accidents in Uganda 

      Sebaggala, Richard; Matovu, Fred; Ayebale, Dan; Kisenyi, Vincent; Katusiimeh, Messarck (Routledge - Taylor & Francis, 2017-04)
      Road traffic accidents are among the leading causes of death and injuries globally. In Africa, road traffic accidents constitute 25 percent of all injury-related deaths which claim the most economically productive ...
    • Cyber Law in Uganda 

      Lubogo, Isaac Christopher (Jescho Publishing House, 2020)
      Cyber law is the law governing the internet and all digital transactions carried out thereon. Cyber law is indeed one of the novel areas of the legal system. This is because internet technology develops at such a rapid ...
    • Demystifying the Order from Above: Uganda versus the Attorney General, when the forces exceed their constitutional mandate 

      Lubogo, Isaac Christopher (Jescho Publishing House, 2021)
      The law of criminal procedure lays down the machinery by which suspects are brought to court, tried and if found guilty, punished. Criminal procedure can also be defined as the means by which criminal law is enforced and ...
    • Digital activism in Uganda 

      Chibita, Monica B. (Palgrave Macmillan, Cham., 2016-12-13)
      This book chapter traces the historical development of digital activism in Uganda focusing on three historical moments relating to the country’s governance: the ‘Save Mabira’ campaign (2007 and 2011); the ‘Walk-to-work’ ...
    • Digital Money: the law of cryptocurrency and cryptography 

      Lubogo, Isaac Christopher (Jescho Publishing House, 2022)
      Ordinarily, a cryptocurrency is a digital currency. Crypto currencies are digital assets that are designed to effect electronic payments without the participation of a central authority or intermediary such as a Central ...
    • e-Quantum leap on a data highway: Planning for electric minibus taxis in sub-Saharan Africa’s paratransit system 

      Ndibatya, Innocent (2021)
      Minibus taxis are ubiquitous in the developing cities of the Global South. This versatile, if somewhat chaotic, public transport system is now faced with the need to move to renewable energy. But the looming roll-out of ...
    • Essential Approaches to Christian Religious Education: Learning and Teaching in Uganda 

      Byaruhanga, Christopher (Globethics.net Praxis, 2018)
      This book is about the essential approaches to Christian religious education learning and teaching in Uganda. We live at a time of change and experimentation in many spheres, not least in educational methods in the teaching ...
    • The Executive Constitutional Mandate: demystifying the fountain of honor; Presidential powers overreach in Uganda 

      Lubogo, Isaac Christopher (Jescho Publishing House, 2021)
      The first thing I would like to ask my readers is to imagine a different President in office. If they support the current President and believe those who oppose him are doing so for partisan or otherwise illegitimate ...
    • Exorcising the Inexorcible Buganda Ghost: 

      Lubogo, Isaac Christopher (Jescho Publishing House, 2022)
      Exorcising the inexorcible Buganda ghost: Hoodwinked, Dumped, Used and re-dumped; A quest for Buganda's cause for Buganda's independence. Buganda in response to their proposals, were invariably faced either cynical deception. ...
    • Fashion, Design and Entertainment Law in Uganda 

      Lubogo, Isaac Christopher (Jescho Publishing House, 2022)
      Fashion is literally defined to mean a popular or the latest style of clothing, hair, decoration or behaviour. Fashion law can be defined as an amalgamation of various kinds of laws, viz, contract law, employment law, ...
    • Freedom through law 

      Lubogo, Isaac Christopher (Jescho Publishing House, 2021-08-16)
      “If the legal system or a particular law is wrong or not good enough, and should be changed: if that is against the law, then the law is an ass – an idiot….” said of a law that one thinks is unnecessary or ridiculous. The ...
    • Health Crises and Media Discourses in Sub-Saharan Africa 

      Dralega, Carol Azungi; Angella, Napakol (Springer International Publishing, 2022)
      Long before the Covid-19 health crisis, sub-Saharan Africa has and still endures the brunt of many global health crises such as the deadly Ebola virus, HIV/AIDS, cholera and malaria, which have claimed millions of lives. ...
    • The History and Theology of the Ecumenical Movement in East Africa 

      Byaruhanga, Christopher (Fountain Publishers, Kampala - Uganda, 2015)
      This book focuses on the history and Theology of the Ecumenical Movement in East Africa, focuses on how ecumenism has been understood by the Christians in this part of Africa. Just as there is a broad understanding of ...
    • History of Busoga 

      Lubogo, Yekoniya Kaira (Marianum Press Ltd, 2020)
      Ever since Busoga came into existence, none of its histories has been written down although it can be proved that most of this history is true. This history was known to every musoga, having been handed down to successive ...
    • HIV/AIDS in Africa: Contradictions, Controversies, and Containment Now 

      Okigbo, Charles C.; Yu, Nan; Nakapol, Angella (Rowman & Littlefield, 2014-05)
      Healthcare Management Strategy, Communication, and Development Challenges and Solutions in Developing Countries analyzes the ways in which health services, public health administration, and healthcare policies are managed ...