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    • How AI could transform Uganda’s Eduscape Paving the Path for Blended Learning 

      Kabahizi, Cadreen Barungi (Africa policy Centre. Uganda Christian University, 2020-07)
      As the world enters the fourth industrial revolution, artificial intelligence (AI), an emerging technology, is subtly becoming part of our lives. In many ways, we are becoming increasingly dependent on AI-powered tools and ...
    • Impacts of the COVID-19 Disruptions on Institutions of Higher Education in Uganda 

      Kabahizi, Cadreen Barungi (Africa policy Centre. Uganda Christian University, 2020-06)
      This policy brief gives a short overview of the disruptions of the COVID-19-driven school closures on Institutions of Higher Education (IHE’s) in Uganda. Nearly 170,000 tertiary institution students are at home facing ...
    • Male and Female Union: The Centrality of Marriage and Family to Creation, Redemption, and ‘the Good of All’ 

      Adams, Lawrence E. (The Africa Policy Centre Uganda Christian University, 2018-05)
      “Marriage is honored in all things, and the conjugal bed is undefiled.” (Hebrews 13:4) Advocacy for “strong marriage and family” must be understood not only in the pragmatic terms of empirical benefits. These of course ...
    • Survey Report on Student Perception of Schools’ Shut-down due to the COVID-19 Pandemic in Uganda 

      Kabahizi, Cadreen Barungi (Africa policy Centre. Uganda Christian University, 2020-06)
      Africa Policy Centre, a policy research Centre within Uganda Christian University embarked on a research project on the Impact of the COVID-19 disruptions on Higher Education in Uganda. It is this project that inspired the ...
    • Uganda should not liberalize abortion laws 

      Africa Policy Centre (The Africa Policy Centre Uganda Christian University, 2017-10)
      This paper explains the solid grounds on which Uganda should stand to refuse the push to liberalize its laws regarding abortions. The first section traces the construction of the ‘Right to Abortion’ in order to provide ...
    • Uganda’s road to economic recovery post covid-19 

      Kabahizi, Cadreen Barungi (Africa policy Centre. Uganda Christian University, 2020-07)
      Like the rest of the world, Uganda is suffering its share of economic disruption because of the coronavirus pandemic. Some lockdown policies, used as safety measures meant to curb the spread of the coronavirus, are still ...