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Welcome to Makerere University's Institutional Repository (Mak IR). Mak IR was formerly called Uganda Scholarly Digital Library (USDL). Mak IR is a collection of scholarly output of by researchers of Makerere University, including scholarly articles and books, electronic theses and dissertations, conference proceedings, technical reports and digitised library collections. It is the official Institutional Repository (IR) of Makerere University.

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  • Oloka-Onyango, J. (2015)
    Despite the growing use of public interest litigation (PIL) as a mechanism for pursuing the goals of social justice and enhanced democratic constitutionalism, there is scant comparative analysis of the phenomenon among ...
  • Woko Cudi, Simon (2010-06-08)
    This is a war song expressing the Madi anger against the Acholi people.
  • Okumu, Ibrahim Mike (2015-06)
    We adopt a dynamic general equilibrium model in which bureaucratic corruption leads to poor quality public services thereby incentivising households to engage in tax evasion. With aid, government is able to shore up the ...
  • Yeah 
    Asigachi, Henry Thiery (2010-06-07)
    The song educates people about HIV/AIDS.
  • Asigachi, Henry Thiery (2010-06-07)
    The song talks about calling for unity from all the Madi people to develop their place.
  • Mariam 
    Asigachi, Henry Thiery (2010-06-07)
    The song talks about love.
  • Kakumba, Umar; Fennell, Shailaja (Loyola College of Social Sciences, 2014-07)
    This paper presents results of a study conducted to examine human resource (HR) talent retention in Uganda’s local government in terms of the framework of existing policy and institutional arrangements. The paper derives ...
  • Tumusiime 
    Namara, Gad (2010-06)
    The means Let us give thanks to God.
  • Kamahega, Evelyne (6-06)
    The song is talks about that we welcome you.
  • Kawooya, Kalungi Emmanuel (Makerere University, 2011-11)
    This study was a 3 months cross sectional study undertaken to establish the effect of goat diseases on the production and productivity of local Ugandan goats, crossbreds and exotic as well as the coping strategies of the ...
  • Tibenderana, Frank (2010-08-17)
    The word "orunyerere refers to a necklace made out of beads which was worn by a soloist inlaw.
  • Kyohairwe, Jovanice (2010-06-09)
    Its a religious song about people who are clean in actions and those who are clean and would go to hell.
  • Kyarisiima, Peninnah (2010-06-06)
    The song is about AIDS.
  • Nyantare 
    Nuwagaba, Jane (2010-06-06)
    The song means the Lion.
  • Kyarisiima, Peninnah (2010-06-06)
    The song is about calling Ugandans to conserve the environment.
  • Tumukunzire, Melida (2010-06-06)
    The song means that good things have just come.
  • Mbiwayo 
    Namara, Gad (2010-06-06)
    The song is about Christians giving their life to Jesus.
  • Kapampari 
    Kyorisiime Polly (2010-06-09)
    The recording is a Kapampari druming style.
  • Arineitwe, Kellen (2010-06-09)
    The song is about Love.
  • Kosiya, Busiregye (2010-06-12)
    The song is about unity.

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