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    • The walk without limbs 

      Mji, Gubela (AOSIS (Pty) Ltd, 2019)
    • Want to boost your career? Read 

      Nassanga, Phionah (Daily Monitor, 2019-05-13)
      My job is to sell knowledge, history and tell a story the clients have no idea about. This has taught me to read constantly. Everyday I read something in relation to travel. Before taking any person to the site, I visit ...
    • War and law in the Islamic World 

      Vanhullebusch, Matthias (Brill, 2015)
      Armed conflict, today, has diverged from war as it was known in generations past, and from this, has tested the means by which conflicts and violence are regulated. Written with an eye to a region plagued by such conflicts, ...
    • The War on COVID-19 

      Daoudi, Salma (2020-04-08)
      The coronavirus pandemic represents a turning point in security studies, shedding light on the importance of the health of populations for sustaining the political, economic, and social health of the nation-state. Playing ...
    • We are on strike, Makerere staff tell Prof Nawangwe 

      Mukhaye, Damali (Daily Monitor, 2019-01-23)
      Kampala- The striking Makerere University staff yesterday accused the Vice Chancellor, Prof Barnabas Nawangwe, of telling lies and vowed to continue with the sit down strike until all their grievances are addressed.
    • The wealth and poverty of nations : Why some are so rich and some so poor 

      Landes, S. David (W. W. Norton & Company, Inc., 1998)
      My aim in writing this book is to do world history. Not, however, in the multicultural, anthropological sense of intrinsic parity: all peoples are equal and the historian tries to attend to them all. Rather, I thought to ...
    • Webster’s new world law dictionary 

      Wild, S. Ellis (Wiley Publishing, Inc, 2006)
    • What customers crave : How to create relevant and memorable experiences at every tough point 

      Webb, J. Nicholas (Webb, J.N. (2014) What customers crave : How to create relevant and memorable experiences at every tough point , AMACON, 2014)
      In What Customers Crave, I focus on the current landscape of customer service—in particular, why it’s so devastatingly different from what it was in the pre-connected economy age. In today’s hyper-connected, hypercompetitive ...
    • What Factors Influence Health Policy Entrepreneurs in West Africa? 

      Torbica, A.; Allegri, M. De; Belemsaga, D. Yugbare; Lara, A. Medina-; Ridde, V. (2013-06-01)
      This paper investigates the agenda-setting criteria used by policy entrepreneurs directly involved in the implementation of user-fee abolition or reduction policies for maternal care services in Africa. The study uses an ...
    • What Nyerere leadership centre promises at Makerere 

      Namuloki, Josephine (The Observer, 2018-10-24)
      On October 6, President Museveni launched the Julius Nyerere Leadership Centre at Makerere University. The centre will focus on governance issues in Africa. Prof. Edward Kirumira, the principal of College of Humanities and ...
    • What should guide choice of courses? 

      Mbabaali, Desire (Daily Monitor, 2019-10-07)
      Fresh university students are only weeks into their first semester but the question of what should determine your choice of course is still here. What should determine the course; grades in high school, parents/guardians, ...
    • Who Killed the Berkeley School? 

      Schwendinger, Herman (2014)
    • Who stole who my customer?? Winning strategies for creating and sustaining customer loyalty 

      Thompson, Harvey (Pearson Education, Inc, 2004)
      The purpose of this book is to introduce powerful new approaches to help you keep your customers. Managing customer retention and loyalty is now the top issue for CEOs globally (see Figure 3.2 on page 24). The book expands ...
    • Why are some interns retained, others not? 

      Ssesanga, Moses (Daily Monitor, 2019-04-12)
      The management trainees join with almost zero experience and are then purposively developed and exposed in various operational areas of the organisation and, over time those who exhibit the required competencies would be ...
    • Why are university-community partnerships failing? Evidence from the case of the Bachelor of Industrial and Fine Art Program at Makerere University 

      Kwesiga, Phillip; Kyeyune, Robinah; Ssempebwa, Jude; Mpoza, John B. (Nkumba University, 2016-10)
      In many parts of the world, the development of meaningful partnerships between universities and their communities has become an important strategic development objective. Subsequently, over the last three decades, a ...
    • Why creativity matters for fresh graduates 

      Sabano, Jessica (Daily Monitor, 2019-12-18)
      Graduands at St. Elizabeth's institute of health and professionals Mukono were on Tuesday advised to stick to professionalism during their works.
    • Why Makerere University dismissed 45 staff 

      Mukhaye, Damali (Daily Monitor, 2019-01-11)
      Kampala- Details have emerged showing grounds upon which the 45 Makerere University staff were sacked by the Appointments Board.
    • Why return to school for a second bachelor’s degree? 

      Mbabaali, Desire (Daily Monitor, 2019-10-14)
      Increasingly, many people are going back to university for a second bachelor’s degree. The most overriding reason for this is that a second bachelor’s degree can help one embark on a new career path but even better broaden ...
    • Why Strong Farmers Groups are Ideal in the Marketing of Rice in Eastern Uganda 

      Barungi, Mildred; Odokonyero, Tonny; Mbowa, Swaibu (2016-07-01)
      Several avenues for marketing rice in three districts of Butaleja, Tororo, and Bugiri in Eastern Uganda are studied based on data collected from a community and market survey. The survey results reveal that the majority ...
    • Will mergers in education ministry meet desired goals? 

      Nangonzi, Yudaya (The Observer, 2018-10-02)
      Cabinet decision to do way with some agencies, commissions and authorities is rubbing senior technocrats the wrong way. Several heads in the Education and Sports ministry are voicing their displeasure to the move, writes ...