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Landuse and transport planning in the Greater Kampala, Uganda
(Department of Geomatics and Land Management, School of Built Environment, College of Engineering, Design, Art & Technology, Makerere University, Uganda, 2011-08-03)
Urban land use (also known as spatial planning or urban form) has a big influence and impact on the way transport systems are planned and managed in large cities. In Kampala for example, transport systems are largely ...
Sculptural figures reflected on daily experiences: solo exhibition 24th June, 2011 till 21st August, 2011
The sculptures in the exhibition are mainly figurative wood carvings and fired ceramics clay representing the human form fashioned primarily in a stylized and abstracted approach. The sculptural figures represent daily ...
Art as a social practice: transforming lives using sculpture in HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention in Uganda
This article explores the possibilities of art as social practice in the context of the fight against HIV/AIDS. It is inspired by notions of art having the capacity to move beyond the spaces of galleries into an expanded ...
A case for acceleration rather than extension of time on construction projects in Uganda.
The Construction industry in Uganda is one of the fast growing industries in the Economy due to the increased volumes of investment in the country. However like in many other construction industries world wide, the ...
Evaluation of optimum use of pozzolan aggregates in road bituminous mixtures using the marshall-mix design method
(Makerere University, 2011-07)
This research documents an extensive study on the optimization of pozzolan and granitic aggregates in road bituminous mixes using the Marshall Mix design method. The Marshall parameters formed the basis for evaluation of ...
Modeling non-point source pollution in Lake Victoria: A case of Gaba landing site
(Makerere University, 2011-02)
Lake Victoria is one of the largest fresh water bodies in the world. Currently it is being threatened by various types of pollutants originating from different land uses-both point and nonpoint sources. The objectives of ...
Evaluation of waste minimization alternatives for the galvanizing production process: A case study of Uganda Baati Limited
(Makerere University, 2011-10)
Uganda Baati Limited is one of the largest manufacturers of metal roofing products in Eastern and Central Africa. The company is faced with waste from the production process of the galvanizing line in terms of defects and ...
Improvement of salt mining and processing at Lake Katwe
(Makerere University, 2011)
Uganda is considered to be one of the few countries South of the Sahara endowed with a number of natural resources, in terms of minerals like salt, iron ore, ceramic raw materials etc. However, most of the Ugandan natural ...
Dr. Nabulime's new languages in art