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Knowledge of Millennium Development Goals among University Faculty in Uganda and Kenya
(Journal of International Education Research, 2012)
This article examines the level of knowledge of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) among university faculty. The assessment is based on data from 197 academic unit or faculty heads randomly selected from universities ...
Contribution of Universities towards knowledge of Millennium Development Goals (MDGs): a study of Uganda and Kenya
(Journal of College Teaching & Learning, 2012)
This paper examines the contribution of universities towards students’ awareness of issues related to Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). The assessment is based on data of 1,920 students randomly selected from universities ...
Completion of a full course of primary schooling among all children everywhere by 2015: a case of Sub-Saharan Africa
(Contemporary Issues In Education Research, 2013)
Achieving the United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) remains a major challenge, particularly in developing countries. Specifically, achieving the target of completing a full course of primary schooling among ...
Clinical malaria diagnosis: Rule-based classification statistical prototype
In this study, we identified predictors of malaria, developed data mining, statistically enhanced rule-based classification to diagnose malaria and developed an automated system to incorporate the rules and statistical ...
Determining factors that influence household food insecurity in Uganda: A case study of Tororo and Busia Districts
(Global Society of Scientific Research and Researchers, 2014)
Addressing the national food insecurity problem requires an understanding and measurement of food insecurity at micro-level using a wide range of explanatory variables. Measurement of food insecurity is a challenge because ...