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    • Facemask wearing in COVID-19 pandemic: 

      Alema, Nelson Onira; Okot, Christopher; Olal, Emmanuel; Ikoona, Eric Nzirakaindi; Oyat, Freddy Wathum Drinkwater; Baguma, Steven; Ochula, Denish Omoya; Olwedo, Patrick Odong; Oloya, Johnson Nyeko; Pebolo, Francis Pebalo; Atim, Pamela Okot; Okot, Godfrey Smart; Nantale, Ritah; Aloyo, Judith; Kitara, David Lagoro (medRxiv, 2023-10-24)
      Background: The WHO and the US. CDC documented that facemask-wearing in public situations is one of the most important prevention measures that can limit the acquisition and spread of COVID-19. Considering this, WHO and ...
    • Factors affecting adoption of mulching in Kibaale sub-catchment, South Central Uganda 

      Kakaire, Joel; Mensah, Albert Kobinah; Menya, Emmanuel (International Journal of Sustainable Agricultural Management and Informatics, 2016)
      Mulching is one of the major soil and water conservation measures applied for conserving soil moisture and modifying soil's physical environment. The study aimed at determining the factors which influence the adoption of ...
    • Factors affecting mobile immunisation notification system adoption in Uganda 

      Abandu, J. and; Kivunike, F.N. (Inderscience Enterprises Ltd., 2018)
      The aim of this study was to assess factors that affect the adoption of mobile immunisation notification system in Uganda. Methods: Descriptive survey design and structured questionnaires were employed for the study ...
    • Factors Associated With Mortality Among the COVID-19 Patients Treated at Gulu Regional Referral Hospital: A Retrospective Study 

      Baguma, Steven; Okot, Christopher; Onira Alema, Nelson; Paska, Apiyo; Layet, Paska; Acullu, Denis; Nyeko Oloya, Johnson; Ochula, Denis; Atim, Pamela; Odong Olwedo, Patrick; Okot, Smart Godfrey; Oyat, Freddy Wathum Drinkwater; Oola, Janet; Ikoona, Eric Nzirakaindi; Aloyo, Judith; Kitara, David Lagoro (Frontiers Public Health, 2022-04-11)
      Background: The advent of the novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has caused millions of deaths worldwide. As of December 2021, there is inadequate data on the outcome of hospitalized patients suffering from COVID-19 ...
    • Factors associated with utilization of standard days method of family planning among market vendors in Gulu City 

      Acire, Robin; Acidri, Philip; Angolere, Pasquale; Pebalo, Francis Pebolo (PAMJ Clinical Medicine., 2021-12-09)
      Introduction: standard days method (SDM) is a family planning method in which users avoid unprotected sexual intercourse during cycle days 8 through 19. Its efficacy is 95% and 88% in perfect and typical use respectively ...
    • Financial performance and technical efficiency differentials for apicultural technologies in Nakaseke district, Uganda 

      Kalule, Stephen W.; Ssebbale, Edrisa (College of Business, Tennessee State University, 2014-01)
      Despite apiculture being potentially a large income earner, the financial performance of various apicultural technologies at farm-level is still poor yet very few studies have delved in this sub sector. Using a representative ...
    • The first Helicobacter pylori-induced Guillain–Barré syndrome in Sudan 

      Ahmed, Ayman; Misbah EL-Sadig, Sarah; Fathi Eltigani, Hala; Bongomin, Felix; Edwar Siddig, Emmanuel (John Wiley & Sons Ltd., 2023-10-31)
      We report the first known case of Guillain–Barré syndrome (GBS) associated with Helicobacter pylori infection in Sudan. This case highlights the role of H.py lori infection in the development of GBS. It also emphasizes ...
    • The first Helicobacter pylori-induced Guillain–Barré syndrome in Sudan 

      Ahmed, Ayman; EL-Sadig, Sarah Misbah; Eltigani, Hala Fathi; Bongomin, Felix; Siddig, Emmanuel Edwar (Wiley, 2023-10-31)
      We report the first known case of Guillain–Barré syndrome (GBS) associated with Helicobacter pylori infection in Sudan. This case highlights the role of H.pylori infection in the development of GBS. It also emphasizes the ...
    • Freedom of expression in relation to persons with Deaf blindness in Uganda 

      Among, Hope; Okurut, Emmanuel (East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights, 2021)
      The freedom of expression and is deemed a major human right whose protection is essential for the enjoyment of other rights and is exercised at different levels that is the home, community, and national level. According ...
    • Funding and Support Supervision under Universal Primary Education 

      Okello, Nicholas Gregory; Kidega, Phonic Onekalit (Journal of Education and Practice, 2021)
      Support supervision promotes continuous improvement in the quality of teaching and learning by providing necessary leadership and support for quality improvement processes. Several policies and guidelines on funding and ...
    • Gender diferences among patients with drug resistant tuberculosis and HIV co-infection in Uganda: a countrywide retrospective cohort study 

      Baruch Baluku, Joseph; Mukasa, David; Bongomin, Felix; Stadelmann, Anna; Nuwagira, Edwin; Haller, Sabine; Ntabadde, Kauthrah; Turyahabwe, Stavia (Springer, 2021-10-18)
      Background: Gender diferences among patients with drug resistant tuberculosis (DRTB) and HIV co-infection could afect treatment outcomes. We compared characteristics and treatment outcomes of DRTB/HIV co-infected men and ...
    • The gendered postconflict city: Possibilities for more livable urban transformations in Gulu, northern Uganda 

      Harris, John C.; Komakech, Daniel; Monk, David; Davidson, Maria del Guadalupe (Journal of Urban Affairs, 2022-08-10)
      Scholars acknowledge that postconflict urbanism is undertheorized and underdeveloped for practical governance or sustainable urban management, especially in sub-Saharan Africa, which has unfortunately experienced ...
    • Genetic Characterization of Alupe Napier Grass Accessions Based on Simple Sequence Repeat Markers 

      Kawube, Geofrey; Kabirizi, Jolly; Namazzi, Clementine (American Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 2015-02-24)
      Genetic variability of 23 Napier grass clones, 22 of which were collected from Kenya Agricultural Research Institute – at Alupe in Kenya was determined using 17 simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers. All markers were ...
    • Genetic Diversity in Napier Grass (Pennisetum purpureum) Assessed by SSR Markers 

      Kawube, Geofrey; Alicai, Titus; Wanjala, Bramwel; Njahira, Moses; Awalla, Juma; Skilton, Robert (Canadian Center of Science and Education, 2015-06-15)
      Understanding of genetic diversity among Napier grass is very important for selection and improvement of Napier grass breeding population. This study determined the genetic diversity among the farmer preferred, wild(local) ...
    • Governance and Human Development in Gulu District: A Case Study of Gulu Municipality 

      Akena, Denis Uma; Biryomumeisho, Justus, (Scientific Research Publishing Inc, 2016-04-28)
      The study aims at examining governance in the promotion of human development in Gulu District with particular reference to Gulu Municipality. The research was conducted using 387 participants in Gulu Municipality and ...
    • The Gulu University Anti-Sexual Harassment Policy 

      Gulu University (Gulu University, 2021-08-31)
      very dynamic and sometimes unpredictable. The dynamism and evolvement of culture may result in emerging social vices, including various forms of sexual harassment. At Gulu University, sexual harassment is believed to exist, ...
    • Gulu University Community Engagement Policy 

      Gulu University (Gulu University, 2019-05-16)
      Gulu University's (GU) existence is epitomized in its obligation to champion community transformation in all spheres of life through functional engagement with society while at the same time influencing policy. In order ...
    • Gulu University Human Resources Manual 2017 

      Gulu University (Gulu University, 2017)
      The Human Resources Manual shall constitute the University's Terms and Conditions of Service for all categories of its employees. It shall complement and be read together with other University policies and regulations ...
    • GULU UNIVERSITY INSTITUTIONAL REPOSITORY POLICY 

      Gulu University, Library and Information Services (Gulu University, 2023-04-23)
      The Institutional Repository policy has been designed to support the University’s’ role through the University Library provide scholarly information access from intellectual property and innovations emanating from its ...
    • GULU UNIVERSITY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT POLICY 

      Gulu University, Library and Information Services (Gulu University, 2023-04-23)
      Gulu University recognizes the importance of Intellectual Property to improve its legal visibility as well as the need to become a major Higher Education Institution in Uganda and the region. The University recognizes the ...