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Annually, Uganda Martyrs University‘s School of Postgraduate Studies and Research produces the Journal of Science and Sustainable Development (JSSD) (ISSN: 2070-1748). The goal of the Journal is to provide a visible outlet for definitive articles that discuss the concept of development from an interdisciplinary viewpoint. Therefore, contributions to the Journal typically link theory to practice whilst spanning over traditional disciplinary boundaries and giving due attention to the role of sustainability in development as well as the dilemmas that characterize some development endeavours, especially in the third world. The Journal gives special preference to conceptual and empirical writing that is relevant to Africa‘s peculiar development needs whilst integrating pertinent international developments, debates and challenges, because it acknowledges that the questions, issues, theories and policies pertaining to development require in-depth study, analysis and discussion. Therefore, the Journal provides an outlet for examining these questions, issues, theories, and policies in a rigorous and scholarly manner. Accordingly, papers are invited from a wide range of disciplines that reflect different research, theoretical and application perspectives concerning the development of the third world and mankind as a whole. The Journal‘s editorial policy prefers submissions that synthesize the significance of different disciplinary traditions and geographical experiences in explaining the phenomenon at hand. In addition to rigorous examination of the ‗local dimension‘ of the issues that they expound, therefore, contributions mirror conversance with relevant international perspectives and experiences, thereby situating the debate in a broad discourse that facilitates holistic understanding of the issues at hand. Edited from Uganda Martyrs University, Uganda, the Journal draws on the expertise of a diverse editorial board, as well as a wide range of reviewers in and outside Africa. The Journal is committed to the publication of both experienced and early career researchers so its editorial policy puts overriding attention on helping contributors to reach the level of quality that is deemed fit for publication through ensuring relevant, fair and penetrating reviews as well as timely relay of feedback to contributors.

Vol 6, No 1 (2017)

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Articles

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John Bampabwire, Jimmy Spire Ssentongo 1-4
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/jssd.v6i1.Editorial
Nutritional Recovery Outcome among Moderately Malnourished Under-five Children in Communities Implementing Positive Deviance - Hearth or Community Health Workers’ Nutrition Promotion Approaches in Karusi and Kirundo Provinces, Burundi EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Chantal Inamahoro, Juliet Kiguli, Fredrick Edward Makumbi, Gakenia Wamuyu-Maina, Henry Wamani 5-18
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/jssd.v6i1.1
Improving Financial Service Delivery to Communities through Micro-finance Institutions in Uganda; the case of Pride Micro-finance Limited (PML) EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Joseph Wamema, Joseph Othieno 19-40
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/jssd.v6i1.2
South Korea’s Development Success: Lessons for Uganda EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Denis Musinguzi 41-56
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/jssd.v6i1.3
Eco-socio Impact of Mineral Resource Mining in the Karamoja Region of Uganda EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Estellina Namutebi 57-76
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/jssd.v6i1.4
Participatory Approaches to Unlocking Negative Perceptions on the Choice and Motivation to be a Primary School Teacher in Uganda EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Alice Wabule 77-93
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/jssd.v6i1.5
The Wellbeing of Somali Refugees in Kampala: Perceived Satisfaction of their Human Needs EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Moses Senkosi Balyejjusa 94-111
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/jssd.v6i1.6
On Development and Democracy: The Willing and Unwilling Goers EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Joseph Kisekka, David-Ngendo Tshimba 112-130
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/jssd.v6i1.7
Video Speech at the 7th UMU Annual Research conference held on 27 January 2016 EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Winnie Byanyima 131-133
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/jssd.v6i1.8


ISSN: 2070-1748
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