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Makerere Needs More Research

The minister was speaking on Friday during the Nile Basin Research Programme Book's launch and World Water Day
celebrations at Makerere University.

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Monitor Publications, Makerere to partner

Monitor Publications is to partner Makerere University to stimulate dissemination of research and promote the integrity of the 88-year old institution. The move, according to the MPL Managing Director Dr Gitahi Githinji is aimed at creating awareness about the institution.

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Rhino visit Mak Impis

After 11 games in the Nile Special Rugby Premier League, Makerere University Impis decided to travel to Kenya to feature in the Nakuru 10s which ended on Sunday.

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LIS Academic Debate underlines importance of information

“The problem is not Museveni. People have misconstrued the problems of Uganda to a mere individual. This is due to lack of information.” Kahinda Otafiire expressed.
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Demystifying what is of contemporary importance to Ugandan women of different generations

As one made their entrance into the Main Hall on Thursday 1st April 2010, your curiosity could not help but be tickled. Calmly seated on the stage was an ensemble of Ugandan ladies from various walks of life, age groups and Educational backgrounds.
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Education Researcher links Arabic to several Bantu languages

The research carried out by Mr Dennis Asiimwe, who describes himself as an inter-disciplinary researcher based in Kampala, was presented to a panel of Makerere University academics last week.

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The Guild Election Petition Tribunal releases its findings

At a consultative meeting held on Thursday, 25th March 2010 that was chaired by the Acting Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Venansius Baryamureeba, and attended by members of University Management, Guild Presidential Candidates, and members of the Electoral Commission, it was agred that the Guild Constitution be adhered to, in as far as resolving all matters arising out of, and pertaining to the Guild Elections held on Tuesday 23rd March 2010.

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MAKAIR: A Students' dream comes true

“I would like to welcome you to this milestone occasion where we are launching the Makerere University wireless hotspots. We are formally launching and publicising the various internet access sites installed by DICTS over a wireless local area network – MAKAIR” remarked Dr. Nora Mulira, Director – Directorate for ICT Support (DICTS) as she welcomed guest to the launch.
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Egerton University Beats Tumaini University in Zac

Apart from Egerton University, other universities that have gone through the first round and have moved on to the quarter finals are Uganda's Makerere University, University of Ghana and Kenya's Africa Nazarene University.

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Research Voices from Africa speak through IFIP 2010 at CIT

Information and Communication Technologies for Development (ICT4D) have for several years now campaigned that ICT holds the promise to improve conditions in developing countries in a variety of manners. However, most of the actual results may not be astonishing. Why did existing knowledge about the correlations between ICT and the economy and society fail to develop ICT to support development? Is the mainstream model of conceptualizing and implementing ICT4D applicable in the African context? What are the alternatives to dominant approaches?


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