Explaining how the pump works

Low Cost irrigation taken to farmers

Most peasant agriculture depends on rain as a source of water/moisture for the soil, and scarcity of rainfall often results in widespread crop failure and famine. Unfortunately over the last few decades, climate change has meant that rainfall patterns have…

mobile technology

Makerere Mobile Phone Client

The Academic Records Management System (ARMS) Project funded through the Presidential Initiative on Technology Innovations is an engineering research entity committed to the successful development of high-quality and reliable web systems. The ARMS Project has now developed a Mobile Phone…


Solo Exhibition by Dr. Lilian Mary Nabulime

The Makerere Art Gallery / Institute of Heritage Conservation and Restoration Margaret Trowell School of Industrial and Fine Arts will be hosting a Solo Sculpturial Exhibition by Dr. Lilian Mary Nabulime. The Theme for the exhibition will be “SCULPTURAL FIGURES REFLECTED…


Architecture gets Commonwealth Accreditation

The Commonwealth Association of Architects (CAA) on 25th May 2011 granted full accreditation to the Bachelor of Architecture programme. The CAA accreditation is the most prestigious accreditation of architecture programmes internationally and has an established multilateral system for the validation…

US Dignitaries looking at the Art works

MTSIFA hosts Colleagues from USA

Industrial and Fine Art students from The King’s College USA, who were on a one-week visit to the college left on 4/ 06/ 2011. Before their departure, the student toured the university and its surroundings, especially Kikoni where they interacted…


Halliburton interviews CEDAT students

The Halliburton team, comprising two individuals Sandy Simpson and Robert Salmon, was here today Friday June 10, 2011 to conduct interviews. All the five students did the interview. We await results from Efrivo, an HR firm, that Halliburton hired. The team will…

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