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  • Economic struggles, resilience and agency: Ageing market women redefining ‘Old’ in Kampala, Uganda 

    Nsibirano, Ruth; Kabonesa, Consolata; Lutwama-Rukundo, Evelyne; Mugisha-Baine, Euzobia M. (2020)
    This article presents evidence from a qualitative study in which 67 in-depth interviews and a focus group discussion were conducted with ageing and old market women. The study focused on what ‘old’ means and how ageing ...
  • Understanding the moderating role of ‘gender’ in students’ acceptance of distance learning: The case of Makerere University 

    Nsibirano, Ruth; Kabonesa, Consolata; Nanyonnga, Betty (International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology (IJEDICT), 2022)
    Over the past 25 years, Uganda has implemented universal access in education policy. This has increased the number of male and female learners eligible for university education. Unfortunately, Makerere University is ...
  • A collaboration for the promotion of evidence synthesis: a Canadian-African Partnership 

    Sears, Kim; Ross-White, Amanda; Godfrey, Christina; Peter, Devind; Kinengyere, Alison Annet; Obasola, Oluwaseun Ireti (JCHLA, 2019)
    In 2018, the Queen’s Collaboration for Health Care Quality: A Joanna Briggs Institute Centre of Excellence (QcHcQ) spearheaded an incentive to increase collaboration and international partnerships. As part ...
  • The Bust of the 1st president of Tanzania, Mwalimu Julius Nyerere. 

    Unknown author (2013-06-29)
    This monument is made of concrete, it was unveiled by H.E. Yoweri. K. Museveni, President of the Republic of Uganda.
  • The Golden Jubilee monument ( Hatching a new generation) 

    George Kakooza (1943)
    This monument is made of copper, brass, steel and concrete and it is located at the science roundabout. It was commissioned in early 1970s for the golden jubilee, completed during the platinum jubilee,1997.
  • Prof. William Senteza Kajubi Monument. 

    Unknown author (2010)
    Monument unveiled in recognition of 60 years of Prof. Senteza Kajubi’s exemplary service to education as a teacher, teacher trainer, administrator of tertiary institutions and education policy advisor.
  • Struggle for Justice in Africa Monument. 

    Mr. Anguyo John Bosco (2018)
    This is a sculpture where a female form is being upheld holding a weighing scale. The scale symbolizes justice.
  • Ladies Home. 

    Unknown author (2000)
    This mosaic is located at Africa Hall Reception and it depicts a modern ardoned African lady with cornrows, earrings and necklace.
  • Counseling and Guidance Center Monument. 

    Mulondo (2012)
    This Monument is located at Counseling and Guidance Center Makerere University. It is made out of found metal and concrete and it is the work of Mulondo a student around 2012/13.
  • East African School Of Library and Information Science Mosaic. 

    Makonzi (1968)
    This is the East African School of Library and Information Science Mosaic.
  • Bacteriophage 

    Israelis (1973)
    The Vet dome was part of the former faculty of veterinary medicine building. It was intended to hold the tank that supplies water to the building. However two floors were never constructed. It is located at COVAB
  • Women Worriors. 

    Odama Jacob (2012)
    This Wall hanging is located at the ground floor of the Makerere University Main Library.
  • Local Fish Dish 

    Ifee Francis Xavier. (2011)
    This Wall hanging is located at level 2, Makerere University Main Library.
  • Cultural Identity. 

    Edopu Rita. (2004)
    This Wall hanging is located at level 1 Makerere University Main Library.
  • Tree of knowledge. 

    Kwesiga Phillip. (2013)
    In this work, the artist looks at knowledge as diverse, from which people can obtain it from different directions. For him no one has the monopoly of knowledge. When we come together and share what we have, we create ...
  • From the fish market. 

    Yiga Robert (2011)
    “From the fish market” is a painting that tells a continuous dialogue between several fish mongers regarding the activity they have just finished. The painting presents different fish mongers moving to and from different ...
  • The book worm 

    Mubiita Stephen (2013)
    This Wall hanging is located at level 1, Makerere University Main Library.
  • MTSIFA Landscape. 

    Sewanyana Robert. (2001)
    This Wall hanging is located at level 1, Makerere University Main Library.
  • We build for the Future. 

    George Kyeyune. (2010)
    This Wall hanging is located at level 1, Makerere University Main Library.
  • The Harvest. 

    Kanuge John Bosco. (2011)
    This Wall hanging is located at level 1 Makerere University Main Library.

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