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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 become unpredictable. The frequent crop failure has resulted in widespread food shortages, famine, and death....
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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 Client for its Student Portal (SP) Online Service Centre. The client aims at enabling the...
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The students that are scheduled to graduate in January 2012 shall have their transcripts ready for collection by November 2011. The certificates for all graduands of January 2012 shall be issued on the same day of graduation.  So students who expect to graduate in January 2012 are required to clear with the University as soon...
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Makerere University has continued to rise in Webometric rankings in the world from 1,402nd position in January 2011 to the current 1,256th position in July 2011, a leap of 146 postions. The July edition of the University rankings still placed Makerere Univerrsity as the 10th best University in Africa, the 9th best University in Sub0Saharan...
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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 ON DAILY EXPERIENCES”. The exhibition will be opening on Friday, 24th June, 2011 at 5 pm...
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