• Postgraduate Research Engagement in Low Resource Settings 

    Atibuni, Dennis Zami; Ssempala, Fredrick; Lam, James Lagoro; Orluwene, Goodness Wobihiele; Ajala, Ibrahim; Sekiwu, Denis; Ocan, Johnson; Mayengo, Nathaniel; Olema, David Kani; Kibanja, Grace Milly; Ssenyonga, Joseph; Ndlovu, Sibonokuhle; Nakiganda, Proscovia B.; Andama, Edward; Kibalirwandi, Moses Muhindo; Mwesigye, Adrian Rwekaza; Maate, Clive (IGI Global, 2020)
    For any country to develop, it should be able to conduct research to generate knowledge necessary to solve problems of humanity by producing necessary goods and services. Research is essential for any nation’s success. ...
  • Hydrological Systems in the Greater Virunga Landscape: Water Quality around Mikeno Sector 

    Karume, Katcho; Bagalwa, Mashimango; Yalire, Mapendano; Kazi, Katya; Mukengere Bagula, Espoir; Bitariho, Robert; Nahayo, Deogratias; Kasangaki, Aventino; Byamukama, James (Creative Commons Attribution International License (CC BY), 2016-03)
    Monitoring of environmental parameters is one of the highest priorities in the evaluation of environmental status of water resources and in environmental protection policy. The main objectives are to understand and ...
  • Links between anthropogenic perturbations and benthic macroinvertebrate assemblages in Afromontane forest streams in Uganda 

    Kasangaki, Aventino; Babaasa, Dennis; Efitre, Jackson; McNeilage, Alastair; Bitariho, Robert (Springer 2006, 2006-03)
    Relationships between environmental variables and benthic macroinvertebrate assemblages were investigated among several sites that varied in disturbance history in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, an Afromontane site in ...
  • Local People’s Attitudes And New Demands Since Inception Of Multiple Use Programme In Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, S. W. Uganda 

    Bitariho, Robert; Mugyerwa, Benon; Barigyira, Robert; Kagoda, Edwin (publication at: https://www.researchgate.net/publication, 2004-08)
    Since the inception of multiple use programme in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park (BINP) in 1994, many changes have taken place. Local community demands for resources from the park have changed and evidently the programme ...
  • Long Term changes in Africa’s Rift Valley: impacts on biodiversity and ecosystems. 

    Chadri, Foreward. E.; Plumptre, Preface. A.J. (publication at: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/21646, 2014-06)
    In 2000, MacArthur Foundation identified the Albertine Rift as an area of global importance for biodiversity conservation and it became a focal region for our Conservation and Sustainable Development program. We supported ...

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