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      Marketing strategies of tourism industry in Uganda: The case of Uganda Tourism Board [1]
      Markov chain prediction of the recurrence of common diseases in a community and their corresponding proportions [1]
      Marriage, Risk Behaviours and HIV Infection in Rural Rakai, South Western Uganda [1]
      Married indviduals' perceptions about the factors associated with HIV infection in marriage: A case study of Mbarara Municipality, South Western Uganda. [1]
      Masiku [1]
      Mass media: A cause of moral degradation among the youth in Holy Rosary Catholic Parish – Gulu Archdiocese [1]
      Massiya telemuka [1]
      Masters project field report on the construction of the Office of the Auditor General, Hoima [1]
      Masunguleta [1]
      Matching for resource optimization: A case for Makerere University examinations [1]
      Materialism: A major cause of loss of religious and moral values among the people of Hoima District: A case study of Kahoora Division – Hoima Municipality [1]
      Maternal Anaemia as a risk factor for Preterm Births in Mulago National Referral hospital, Uganda : A Case-control study [1]
      Maternal and perinatal outcomes of pregnant women admitted with hypertension in Mulago Hospital, Uganda [1]
      Maternal death surveillance and response, barriers and facilitators in Arua Regional Referral Hospital [1]
      Maternal outcome following discharge on 2nd versus 3rd day post caesarean section at Mulago Hospital: A randomized clinical trial [1]
      Maternal psychological wellbeing, pre-school feeding practices and musculoskeletal development status among Mukono infants [1]
      A mathematical model for the transmission dynamics and optimal control strategy of Coffee Wilt disease [1]
      Mathematics teachers’ competence and their performance practices in primary schools in Pallisa District. [1]
      Mbale forest reserve and its users: a site report prepared for presentation to the local people and officials of Mbale Forest Reserve [1]
      Mbata Tibi Be [1]