Dr. Robinah Kulabako


Name:Dr. Robinah Kulabako
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  1. Robinah Kulabako, 2021: The Lancet Commission on water, sanitation and hygiene, and health, Published: September 03, 2021DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(21)02005-5
  2. James P.R. Sorensen, Jacintha Nayebare, Andrew F. Carr, Robert Lyness, Luiza C. Campos d, Lena Ciric d, Timothy Goodall e, Robinah Kulabako,Catherine M. Rushworth Curran g, Alan M. MacDonald h, Michael Owor c, Daniel S. Read e,Richard G. Taylor 2021 In-situ fluorescence spectroscopy is a more rapid and resilient indicator of faecal contamination risk in drinking water than faecal indicator organisms. Link
  3. AnthonyGidudu, LydiaLetaru, Robinah N.Kulabako, 2021: Empirical modeling of chlorophyll a from MODIS satellite imagery for trophic status monitoring of Lake Victoria in East Africa. Link
  4. Felix R. B. Twinomucunguzi, Philip M. Nyenje, Robinah N. Kulabako, Swaib Semiyaga, Jan Willem Foppen, Frank Kansiime, 2021: Emerging organic contaminants in shallow groundwater underlying two contrasting peri-urban areas in Uganda. Link
  5. Felix R. B. Twinomucunguzi, Giorgia Silvestri , Joel Kinobe, Allan Mugabi, Jenifer Isoke, Philip M. Nyenje, Jan Willem Foppen, Robinah N. Kulabako, Frank Kansiime, 2021: Socio-Institutional Drivers of Groundwater Contamination Hazards: The Case of On-Site Sanitation in the Bwaise Informal Settlement, Kampala, Uganda. Link
  6. Jack van de Vossenberg, Yvonne Hoitin, Alimamy Kolipha Kamara, Manuel Kofi Tetteh, John P. Simaika, George Lutterod, Hans Komakech, Robinah Kulabako, Philip M. Nyenje, Jan Willem Foppen, 2021: Double-Stranded DNA Virus Assemblages in Groundwater in Three Informal Urban Settlements in Sub-Saharan Africa Differ from Each Other. Link
  7. Jacintha Gumoteyo Nayebare; Michael M. Owor; Robinah Kulabako; Richard Graham Taylor, 2021: Faecal contamination pathways of shallow groundwater in low-income urban areas: implications for water resource planning and management. Link
  8. Jean H Humphrey, Joseph Brown, Oliver Cumming, Barbara Evans, Guy Howard, Robinah N Kulabako, Jonathan Lamontagne, Amy J Pickering, Evelyn N Wang, 2020: The potential for atmospheric water harvesting to accelerate household access to safe water. Link
  9. Felix R. B. Twinomucunguzi, Philip M. Nyenje, Robinah N. Kulabako, Swaib Semiyaga, Jan Willem Foppen, Frank Kansiime, 2020: Reducing Groundwater Contamination from On-Site Sanitation in Peri-Urban Sub-Saharan Africa: Reviewing Transition Management Attributes towards Implementation of Water Safety Plans. Link
  10. James P. R. Sorensen, Andrew F. Carr, Jacintha Nayebare, Djim M. L. Diongue, Abdoulaye Pouye, Raphaëlle Roffo, Gloria Gwengweya, Jade S. T. Ward, Japhet Kanoti, Joseph Okotto-Okotto, Laura van der Marel, Lena Ciric, Seynabou C. Faye, Cheikh B. Gaye, Timothy Goodall, Robinah Kulabako, Daniel J. Lapworth, Alan M. MacDonald, Maurice Monjerezi, Daniel Olago, Michael Owor, Daniel S. Read & Richard G. Taylor, 2020: Tryptophan-like and humic-like fluorophores are extracellular in groundwater: implications as real-time faecal indicators. link
  11. Maryam Nastar, Jennifer Isoke, Robinah Kulabako, Giorgia Silvestri, 2018: A case for urban liveability from below: exploring the politics of water and land access for greater liveability in Kampala, Uganda. Link
  12. Robinah Nakawunde Kulabako , Maimuna Nalubega , Eleanor Wozei & Roger Thunvik, 2010: Environmental health practices, constraints and possible interventions in peri-urban settlements in developing countries – a review of Kampala, Uganda. Link
  13. Richard Taylor, Callist Tindimugaya, John Barker, David Macdonald, Robinah Kulabako, 2010: Convergent Radial Tracing of Viral and Solute Transport in Gneiss Saprolite. Link
  14. Kulabako Robinah, Thunvik Roger, Nalubega M., Soutter, A. L, 2010: Using field measurements and solute transport modelling to assess potential for natural remediation of phosphorus in variably staturated soil in a peri-urban settlement in Kampala, Uganda. Link
  15. Maryam Nastar, Jennifer Isoke, Robinah Kulabako, Giorgia Silvestri, 2019: A case for urban liveability from below: exploring the politics of water and land access for greater liveability in Kampala, Uganda. Link
  16. Karlijn Schipper, Giorgia Silvestri, Julia M. Wittmayer, Jenifer B. Isoke, Robinah Kulabako, 2019: Handle with care: navigating the pluriformity of power to enable actionable knowledge for transitions in informal settlements in the global south. Link
  17. Sorensen James; Olago Daniel; Dulo Simeon; Kanoti Japhet; Gaye Cheikh; Faye Seynabou Cisse; Pouye, Abdoulaye; Owor, Michael; Nayebare, Jacintha; Kulabako Robinah, Lapworth Dan ; Gwengweya Gloria; Read Daniel; Ward Jade; Taylor Richard, 2019: Real-time indication of faecally contaminated drinking water with fluorescence spectroscopy: towards understanding the causation. Link
  18. Foppen Jan Willem; van de Vossenberg Jack; Hoiting Yvonne; Kamara Alimamy Kolipha; Tetteh Manuel Kofi; Lutterodt George; Komakech Hans; Kulabako Robinah; Nyenje Philip, 2019: Emerging virus communities in groundwater below slums in Sub Saharan Africa. Link
  19. Giorgia Silvestri, Julia M. Wittmayer, Karlijn Schipper, Robinah Kulabako, Sampson Oduro-Kwarteng, Philip Nyenje, Hans Komakech, Roel Van Raak, 2018: Transition Management for Improving the Sustainability of WASH Services in Informal Settlements in Sub-Saharan Africa—An Exploration. Link
  20. Osbert Atwijukye, Robinah Kulabako, Charles Niwagaba, Steven Sugden, 2018: Low cost faecal sludge dewatering and carbonisation for production of fuel briquettes. Link
  21. Charles Niwagaba, Maimuna Nalubega, Robinah Kulabako, 2018: Training for improved decentralized service delivery – a case study from Uganda. Link
  22. Kenan Okurut, Katrina J. Charles, Robinah Kulabako, 2018: Learning opportunities for sanitation improvements in informal settlements of East African cities. Link
  23. Sorensen James; Olago Dan; Kanoti Japhet; Gaye Cheikh; Pouye Abdoulaye; Owor Michael; Nayebare Jacintha; Kulabako Robinah; Lapworth Dan ; Read Daniel; Taylor, Richard. 2018 Microbial characterization of groundwater in urban environments of Kenya, Senegal, and Uganda. [Lecture] In: 45th IAH Congress, Daejeon, South Korea, 9-14 Sept 2018. Link
  24. Anne Nakagiri; Charles B. Niwagaba; Philip M. Nyenje; Robinah K. Kulabako; John B. Tumuhairwe; Frank Kansiime, 2017: Assessing ambient and internal environmental conditions of pit latrines in urban slums of Kampala, Uganda: effect on performance. Link
  25. Anne Nakagiri, Charles B. Niwagaba, Philip M. Nyenje, Robinah N. Kulabako, John B. Tumuhairwe, Frank Kansiime, 2016: Are pit latrines in urban areas of SubSaharan Africa performing? A review of usage, filling, insects and odour nuisances. Link
  26. Japheth Kwiringira, Peter Atekyereza, Charles Niwagaba, Robert Kabumbuli, Charles Rwabukwali, Robinah Kulabako,  Isabel Günther, 2016: Seasonal variations and shared latrine cleaning practices in the slums of Kampala city, Uganda. Link
  27. Emma Engström, Roger Thunvik, Robinah Kulabako, Berit Balfors, 2015: Water Transport, Retention, and Survival of Escherichia coli in Unsaturated Porous Media: A Comprehensive Review of Processes, Models, and Factors. Link
  28. Anne Nakagiri, Robinah N.Kulabako, Philip M.Nyenje, John B.Tumuhairwe, Charles B.Niwagaba, FrankKansiime, 2015: Performance of pit latrines in urban poor areas: A case of Kampala, Uganda. Link
  29. Robinah Nakawunde Kulabako, Jonathan Chenoweth, Katrina Charles, 2014: Assessing demand for improved sustainable sanitation in low-income informal settlements of urban areas: a critical review. Link
  30. Bakyayita Kizito Grace, Kulabako Robinah, Nalubega Mai, Norrström Ann-Catrine, 2014: Equilibrium batch studies for biosorption of Cd(II) and Pb(II) ions from single-and binary-component aqueous media. Link
  31. Kenan Okurut; Eleanor Wozei; Robinah Kulabako; Lillian Nabasirye; Joel Kinobe, 2012: Calibrating an optimal condition model for solar water disinfection in peri-urban household water treatment in Kampala, Uganda. Link
  32. Raymond Flynn, Richard Taylor, Robinah Kulabako, Mariona Miret-Gaspa, 2011: Haematite in Lateritic Soils Aids Groundwater Disinfection. link
  33. Nabasirye L., Robinah Kulabako, Atukunda V.,Wozei Eleanor, Kinobe Joel, Okurut Kennan, Arinaitwe, D, 2011: Household drinking water characteristics in a peri-urban community: the case of Kifumbira Zone, Kampala, Uganda. link
  34. J. Mwebesa D. Kalumba, R. Kulabako, 2011: Modeling Failure Mechanisms in Sands under ExtremeLoads Using COMSOL. Link
  35. Engström Emma, Thunvik Roger, Kulabako Robinah, Balfors Berit, 2011: Escherichia coli transport and fate in unsaturated porous media: a literature review of experimental findings and theories relating to processes, models and influencing factors. Link
  36. Denis Kalumba, Brenda Umutoni, Robinah Kulabako, Stephanie Glendinning, 2011: Using electro-osmosis technique in the improvement of a Ugandan clay soil. Link
  37. Jean M. Mwebesa, Denis Kalumba , Robinah Kulabako, 2011: Simulating Bearing Capacity Failure of Surface Loading on Sand Using COMSO. link
  38. Microbial characterization of groundwater in urban environments of Kenya, Senegal, and Uganda. Link
  39. Michael Owor, Robinah Kulabako, John C. Ssempebwa, Jacintha Nayebare, 2016: SUSTAINING URBAN GROUNDWATER-FED WATER SUPPLIES AND SANITATION SYSTEMS IN AFRICA. Link
  40. Japheth Kwiringira, Peter Atekyereza, Charles Niwagaba, Robert Kabumbuli, Charles Rwabukwali, Robinah Kulabako, Isabel Günther, 2016:  Seasonal variations and shared latrine cleaning practices in the slums of Kampala city, Uganda. Link
  41. Kulabako Robinah, Thunvik Roger, Nalubega Mai, Soutter A. L., 2006: Hydrodynamic modelling of subsurface flow and contaminant transport in a Peri-urban settlement in Kampala. Link
  42. Robinah Kulabako, 2005: Analysis of the impact of anthropogenic pollution on shallow groundwater in peri-urban Kampala. Link
  43. Robinak kulabako, Nalubega Mai, Thunvik Roger, 2004: Characterization of peri-urban anthropogenic pollution in Kampala, Uganda. Link