At my first church service at St. Francis Chapel this morning, I have urged the congregation to reflect on the abundant natural gifts God had given Uganda and use the life, knowledge, brains and hands He has given each one of us, to bring our people out of poverty. I have also urged Ugandans to reduce politicking and put our trust in God.
Celebrating International Day of the NTDs
As we celebrate the International Day of the Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs), I salute the Makerere University College of Health Sciences (CHS) and our international partners on the big strides made in research in tropical diseases. Makerere will continue leading in efforts to eradicate these diseases.
Closing Mak-RIF Psychology Research Dissemination
At the closing ceremony of the dissemination of findings of six projects from the School of Psychology which were funded by the Makerere University Research and Innovation Fund (Mak-RIF), I have applauded the renewed vigour by our social science researchers to contribute to socio-economic development by addressing issues of youth unemployment, COVID-19, drug abuse and others. I thank the researchers for a good job and the Government for funding the projects.
Signing MoU with KI to Establish CESH
The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between Makerere University and Karolinska Institutet (KI) of Sweden to establish a Centre of Excellence in Sustainable Health (CESH) marks a new milestone in our academic collaboration for the good of humanity. Thank you Rector Ole Ottersen for your enthusiastic support to this great initiative.
General6 days ago
Opening Semester I for 2020/2021 Academic Year
Computing & IS1 week ago
One-Stop Point for All Timetables Established Thanks to Mak-RIF
Agriculture & Environment1 week ago
Uganda launches its first meeting to kick off the “Unlocking Resilient Benefits from African Water Resources” project
General2 weeks ago
QAD Survey: Calling on all Mak Class Representatives