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Socio-economic factors influencing community acceptance of indoor residual spraying for malaria control in Kabale District, Uganda.
(Makerere University, 2012-07)
Despite the government‟s effort to prevent malaria through provision of indoor residual spraying (IRS) services in Uganda, the desired outcomes have not been achieved. The social economic factors have been mentioned as key ...
Community participation in the implementation of Local Government Development Program II: a case study of Karujubu and Kiryandongo Sub-Counties, Masindi District, Uganda
(Makerere University, 2011-11)
The study set out to analyze the level of Community Participation in the implementation of the LGDP II which was development program designed as a successor program to LGDP I that was implemented from October 2000 to June ...
Determinants of rural community participation in sanitation and hygiene promotion: A study of Apac district, Uganda
(Makerere University, 2007-06)
This study analysed the determinants of rural community participation in promotion of sanitation and hygiene in Minakulu and Aber sub-counties in rural Apac district. Community participation in sanitation and hygiene ...
Interventions against poverty in Rwanda: a case study of Ubudehe in Gatsibo District, Eastern Province, Rwanda
(Makerere University, 2010-02)
This study set out to examine the role of Ubudehe in poverty reduction in Rwanda. It was carried out in Gatsibo district, Eastern Province of Rwanda. The underlying concern was that: faced with the prevalent poverty in the ...
Community participation in decision making on access to forest resources under collaborative forest management framework in Bwindi (BINP): A gender perspective
(Makerere University, 2014)
Forests resources contribute significantly to the livelihoods of females and males in forest edge communities. In Uganda, under the Collaborative Forest management Framework (CFM), community participation in decision making ...