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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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Communities in Mak IR

Recently Added

  • Akuru, JB Richard (2010-06-18)
    The song talks about the female dancers singing out the words of the first Mure song.
  • Amanzuru, Godfrey (2010-06-06)
    The song talks about origin of sin on the earth.
  • Korutaro, Elivaida (2010-06-05)
    The song says "Let all women rise up and develop our group".
  • Mutegaya Rwanyamukinya, Eldad (2010-08-06)
    The song is about having a sense of belonging.
  • Mindraa, Ezterina (2010-06-05)
    It's an interview about Kore Dance.
  • Madira, Kennedy (2011-05-08)
    It's a song of J.M Kennedy sung to encourage his fans to dance with him.
  • Rwandeme, Abdu (2010-06-02)
    The interview is about Enanga (Zither).
  • Mindraa, Ezterina (2010-06-05)
    The song is lamenting about the suffering experienced by women from domestic level to the society.
  • Ombaru, Milika (2011-05-03)
    The folktale is about seven different stories all told by Ombaru Milika.
  • Asiku, May (2011-05-16)
    The song talks about suffering.
  • Aparo, May (2011-05-16)
    The song talks about divorce.
  • Amanzuru, Godfrey (2010-06-06)
    The song talks about gospel instrumental Music for praising God.
  • Amanzuru, Godfrey (2010-06-06)
    The song seeks for protection from Jesus Christ from the storms of this world
  • Amanzuru, Godfrey (2010-06-06)
    The song talks about praising the new bus for Adjumani and Moyo.
  • Rwandeme, Abdu (2010-06-02)
    The interview was about the flute Rwandame was playing.
  • Mindraa, Ezterina (2010-06-05)
    The song talks about how women are oppressed world wide.
  • Mindraa, Ezterina (2010-06-05)
    It's about a tune played on the drums and the Mio(beads)
  • Nyabutono, Juliet (2010-06-05)
    The song talks about Kashenyi village as a place where they welcome beautiful people.
  • Ebu (Job) 
    Amanzuru, Godfrey (2010-06-06)
    The song talks about the difficulty in acquring a job.
  • Amanzuru, Godfrey (2010-06-06)
    The song is about worshiping the Lord during Christmas time

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