At the stakeholder engagement on the Anti-trafficking using Satellite Technology for Uganda’s Sustainability (ASTUS) project this morning, I have emphasized the need for Makerere researchers to work jointly with Government and Non-Governmental Organizations as well as international partners in order to get the necessary impact. I thank the UK Space Agency who funded the project, the University of Nottingham our main collaborators, Airbus and all government and non-government agencies for their participation in the project.
An Extraordinary Queen Elizabeth II
An extraordinary life has come to an end. Makerere University has been a major beneficiary of scholarships and research grants from the Association of Commonwealth Universities of which Queen Elizabeth II was the Patron. Our thoughts are with the Royal Family, the British people and the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU).
Please click the link below to view the Statement from His Majesty The King.
Today we hosted H.E. Dr. Aziz Ponary Mlima, High Commissioner of United Republic of Tanzania to the Republic of Uganda at the Julius Nyerere Leadership Centre to celebrate Nyerere at 100. We are proud of this gallant Makerere University alumnus, a great African freedom fighter and visionary leader. We also visited Nyerere’s former room in the Old Mitchell Hall, now Complex Hall.
General1 week ago
Launch of Mak-RIF Round 4 Awards & PhD Call for Proposals
Veterinary & Biosecurity4 days ago
Dissemination & stakeholder engagements on Paratuberculosis Research findings held
Health4 days ago
Boy Children Report More Physical & Emotional Abuse
General1 week ago
Notice: Makerere Disability Scheme 2022/23 Medical Review Exercise
Engineering, Art & Tech1 week ago
Integration of Building Information Modelling (BIM) into Construction Education; A stake holder engagement held.