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Signing MoU with Uganda Police

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I signed an important MoU with the Uganda Police Force for training police officers in Peace and Conflict resolution, leading to award of MA in Peace and Conflict Studies of Makerere. I thank the Police for partnering with us in the effort to modernise and professionalize the police force.

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Inaugurating Hi-Res Electron Microscope

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The Vice Chancellor, Prof. Barnabas Nawangwe (R) and other officials at the inauguration of the Vapour Pressure Sigma 300 High Resolution Scanning Electron Microscope, 21st July 2021, CEDAT, Makerere University.

We inaugurated the first ever Vapour Pressure Sigma 300 High Resolution Scanning Electron Microscope in East and Central African region. I thank the Government for this investment which will spur research in Nanotechnology including medicines, minerals, life sciences and others.

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Eid Aduha Wishes

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The Vice Chancellor, Prof. Barnabas Nawangwe (2nd Left) with L-R: Prof. Abasi Kiyimba, New Imam-Sheikh Sowedi Juma Mayanja and another official during the brief welcome ceremony on 1st July 2020, Makerere University, Kampala Uganda.

On behalf of Management, I wish our Moslem brothers and sisters a peaceful Eid Aduha celebration. Eid Aduha, like many religious celebrations seeks to promote peace and love for all humanity. I therefore join our gallant members of staff from the Moslem faith in celebrating this day. I wish all of you happiness and prosperity, as you continue to be part of a great team as, WE BUILD FOR THE FUTURE!

ALLAH BLESS YOU!

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Congratulations Prof. Kabasa

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The Principal CoVAB-Prof. John David Kabasa speaks at the closing ceremony of the 2nd NARO-Mak Joint Scientific Conference & 1st Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Nutrition Annual Scientific Symposium on 15th November 2018.

I congratulate Prof. Daudi Kabasa on being appointed Chairperson of the Committee to advise the Minister of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries (MAAIF) on crop and animal drug use. Congratulations!

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