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Research data: UGANDA
2016 Digital preservation of indigenous knowledge (IK) by cultural heritage institutions: a comparative study of Nigeria, South Africa and Uganda
This paper strives to explore the state of digitisation of Indigenous Knowledge (IK) across the three countries: Nigeria, South Africa and U...Download this report
2014 Initiation of antiretroviral therapy and viral suppression after home HIV testing and counselling in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, and Mabarara district, Uganda: a prospective, observational intervention study
Antiretroviral therapy significantly decreases HIV-associated morbidity, mortality, and HIV transmission through HIV viral load suppression....
2014 Linking universities and marginalised communities: Ugandan case studies of innovation focused on livelihood improvements in informal settings