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Ongoing Research Projects

  1. Entrepreneurship Development and Customer Care: A case of Businesses in Nkumba and EntebbeBy Dr. R. Mwirumubi as lead researcher.

  2. The Effect of Legal Framework on the Quality of Early Childhood Care and Education Development in Entebbe MunicipalityBy Mrs. Dorothy Kabugo as lead researcher and Huda Hassan (SEHS).

  3. Uganda’s Fish Export Promotion and its effect on Lake Victoria Fishing CommunitiesBy Mr. J. Mugumya as lead researcher. Mr. Sendawula Noah (SOSS), Dr. Mirembe Robina (SOSS) and Prof. Orach Meza (SHES).

  4. An Assessment of the Effectiveness of HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care Service Provision in Fishing Communities: The Case of Landing Sites in EntebbeBy Dr. M. Mawa as lead researcher. Mr. C. Edaku (SOSS), Mr. G. Barenzi (SOSS), Ms. A. Abaho (SOSS) and Ms. E. Akullo (SOSS).

  5. Visual art skills and activities towards enhancing teaching. How to begin reading and writing of early childhood education in Uganda.” By Ms. J. W. Mukasa (SCIAD) as lead researcher and Ms. Rose Kirumira, Mr. Paul Lubowa, Ms. Deborah Nakyejjwe and Mr. Lukwago Kenneth (All external Educators).

  6. The involvement of the school community in the management of school-generated waste in selected secondary schools in Kampala.” Mr. E.S. Kiwanuka and Mr. J.B. Mubiru (SEHS).

  7. The current praxi of middle management in the enhancement of quality education in universities.” Assoc. Prof. W. M. Mande, Miss A. Nambatya and Fr. N. Nsereko (SEHS).

  8. The relevance of community service in criminal justice systems of Uganda as applied in Entebbe Magistrate area.” Mr. T. Mwijje and Ms. B. Namata (SLAW).

  9. Tourism strategy for sustainable development: A case study of Entebbe Municipality and its environs, Wakiso District.” Prof. Eric Edroma (SHES)

  10.  “A feasibility study of therapeutic visual arts process in the counceling and care of HIV/AIDS patients: A case study of TASO Mulogao Entebbe Centre.” Mr. C. Kaggwa, Ms. J. W. Mukasa, Mr. Julius L. Kayiira (SEHS) Mr. Fred Kizito  Kakinda.

  11.  “Mitigating factors influencing the performance of primary top students in Uganda: A tracer study of academic excellence of  primary, secondary and University students between 1998 and 2008.” Prof. J.C. Sekamwa, Mr. D. Kakeeto and Mr. J.P.  Kasujja (SEHS).

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