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    • EFFECTS OF COVID – 19 ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE IN UGANDA 

      Nabukeera, Madinah (Islamic University Multidisciplinary Journal (IUMJ), THEMES IN SOCIAL SCIENCES, 2021-12-14)
      To fight the continuous spread of the Corona Virus in Uganda, many measures were put in place by the government which involved total lockdown where movements of people were restrained, businesses were closed, schools and ...
    • THE STATE OF COVID – 19 IN UGANDA 

      Nabukeera, Madinah (Islamic University Multidisciplinary Journal (IUMJ), THEMES IN SOCIAL SCIENCES, 2021-12-14)
      The cases and deaths of COVID-19 in Sub-Saharan African countries have been recorded to be few compared to other countries outside the continent. However, the countries in the region are vulnerable to the pandemic because ...
    • PERFORMANCE OF THE TELECOMMUNICATION COMPANIES IN UGANDA DURING COVID – 19 TIMES 

      Nabukeera, Madinah (Islamic University Multidisciplinary Journal (IUMJ), THEMES IN SOCIAL SCIENCES, 2021-12-14)
      As most of the countries globally battle with the effects of COVID-19, telecommunication companies have emerged as critical entities in providing connection between businesses and people. In Uganda, the telecommunication ...
    • The Covid-19 Coronavirus Pandemic and theHealth Sector in Uganda 

      Nabukeera, M. Sebyala (Quest Journals, 2021-01-10)
      The cases of Coronavirus disease are on the raise in Uganda, to make matters worse there is increased community transmission of the COVID-19this increases the spread of the disease since there is ...
    • Insecurty In Maska District 

      Nabukeera, M. Sebyala (Quest Journals, 2018-11-03)
      This article examines the problem of insecurity in Uganda in areas of Masaka district in the western part of the country. It provides a typology of the insecurity incidents which occurred in areas of Bukomansimbi, Lwengo, ...
    • An Exploration Of Students’ Lived Experiences In Females’ Campus In Uganda 

      Nabukeera, M. Sebyala (Quest Journals, 2018-11-03)
      The purpose of the transcendental phenomenological study is to describe the lived experience of female students in Islamic University in Uganda Females’ Campus (IUIU FC). A qualitative method was used specifically exhausting ...
    • Governance Of Electoral Processes In Uganda 

      Nabukeera, M. Sebyala (Quest Journals, 2018-11-03)
      This article offers the continuation of election systems but sets beginnings of understanding electoral management in Uganda specifically designing an election management model, electoral governance, electoral commission, ...
    • The Role Of A Teacher In Developing And Implementing A Holistic Model In Youth Personality Development At Higher Education 

      Nabukeera, M. Sebyala (Quest Journals, 2018-11-03)
      The paper analyzed the role of a teacher in developing and implementing a holistic model in youth personality development at higher education. Using literature review as a method of analysis, the results indicate that, ...
    • Sustainable Management of KCCA Mpererwe Landfill 

      Nabukeera, M. Sebyala; Boerhannoeddin, Ali; Noriza, Raja (IOSR Journal of Environmental Science, Toxicology and Food Technology (IOSR-JESTFT), 2014-11)
      Approximately 1500 tonnes are dumped at Kitezi landfill presently in Uganda, due to increased daily generation of solid waste. Although this state of affairs calls for improvement of the practices at the landfill in a ...
    • Division Solid Waste Generation and Composition in Kampala Capital City Authority, Uganda 

      Nabukeera, M. Sebyala; Boerhannoeddin, Ali; Noriza, Raja (IOSR Journal of Environmental Science, Toxicology and Food Technology (IOSR-JESTFT), 2014-10)
      Recognition of waste generation trends and composition is a significant phase towards planning, policy making, budget allocation, management and improving the state of solid waste for any particular country. The objective ...
    • Experiences, associated capabilities and responsibilities of Landfill Management in Kampala Capital City authority Uganda 

      Nabukeera, M. Sebyala; Noriza, Raja; Boerhannoeddin, Ali (Journal of Environmental Science, Toxicology and Food Technology (IOSR-JESTFT), 2015-10)
      Landfills are common dumping places for garbage in many poor and developing countries.Even thought they are associated to environment risks, they remain the preffered means of waste due to their economic factor. Semi ...
    • Recentralization of Kampala City Administration in Uganda 

      Nabukeera, M. Sebyala; Bwengye, Micheal; Boerhannoeddin, Ali; Noriza, Raja (Sage, 2015-09)
      The government disseminated a new constitution in 1995 with the provision on decentralization of Article 176 2 (b) that acted shortly before the rebirth of the local government act in 1997. Devolution as a form of ...
    • Challenges and Barriers to the Health Service Delivery System in Uganda 

      Nabukeera, M. Sebyala (IOSR Journal of Nursing and Health Science (IOSR-JNHS), 2016-04)
      This paper summarizes the barriers of the health service delivery system in Uganda including but not limited to policy matters, medical staff, transport, distance and referral mechanism, drugs and medical facilities, costs ...
    • Population Growth and Economic Development 

      Nabukeera, M. Sebyala (SCHOLINK INC., 2020-07-16)
      Much of the anxiety concerning the harmful consequence of a hasty population growth on economic development is grounded mainly on the understanding that in developing countries its linked on numerous challenges such as; ...
    • The Gender Issues in Uganda 

      Nabukeera, M. Sebyala (SCHOLINK INC., 2020-07-23)
      This manuscript analyzed Gender disparities in Uganda including asset ownership and employment as well as Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV)and their persistence in Uganda.The study used a descriptive design with ...
    • Recentralisation and Urban Service Delivery in Kampala Capital City Authority— Uganda 

      Nabukeera, M. Sebyala (SCHOLINK INC., 2020-07-23)
      Recentralisationin of Kampala City took effect in 2010 under the Kampala Capital City Authority(KCCA) Act with responsibility to manage the city on behalf of government of Uganda with the view to improve service delivery.The ...
    • COVID-19 and online educationduring emergencies in higher education 

      Nabukeera, M. Sebyala (Archives of Business Review, 2020-08-25)
      Higher education faced unplanned, unwanted, un experienced, tense test in online learning with Novel Covid-19 pandemic. For all the stakeholders participating in this type of training from lecturers, ...
    • Recentralisation Of Performance Of Urban Solid Waste Management Service Delivery In Lubage-Kampala Uganda. 

      Nabukeera, M. Sebyala (Archives of Business Research, 2020-08-25)
      Kampala is a government seat and the capital city of Uganda. Kampala has been referred to as an executive slum due to its breakdown in service delivery. Currently the city is facing increased population growth, increased ...
    • The Impact Of The Country’s Health Services’ Expenditure On The Success Of Mdgs, Goal 4/Sdg 3 

      Nabukeera, M. Sebyala (Archives of Business Research, 2020-08-25)
      Safeguarding access to health services is a serious challenge for poor countries if the Sustainable Development Goals are to (SDGs) are to be achieved. This paper scrutinizes the case of Uganda, a country which is trying ...
    • Non-Financial Rewards, Motivation and Employee Performance in Ministry of Internal Affairs (MoIA) Uganda 

      Nabukeera, M. Sebyala; Bwengye, Micheal; Buwembo, Mohammed (Islamic University Multidiscilpinary Journal, 2019)
      The success for any organization is implied in achieving its strategic objective and goal, which is mostly achieved while relying and focusing on motivation level of its employees, and it is non financial rewards that ...