Research

Research agenda

The following research areas have been identified for investigation by Great Lakes Regional University staff and students in 2016 and beyond.

  • Agricultural productivity enhancement
  • Foods and nutritional enhancement
  • HIV/AIDS and family planning
  • Herbal Medicine
  • Renewable energy
  • Education accessibility
  • General welfare improvement of communities

Publications

  1. 2016: Ariho Alex, Makindara Jeremia, Tumwesigye George and Sikira Anna (2016). Assessment of existing policy and legal framework for banana value chain development in Uganda. International Journal of Asian Social Science, 2016, 6(2): 146-165. http://www.aessweb.com/journals/February2016/5007/3255

  2. 2016: Ariho Alex, Makindara Jeremia, Tumwesigye George and Sikira Anna (2016). An Assessment of Opportunities for Upgrading the Banana Value Chain Development in Uganda.

  3. 2016: Ariho Alex, Makindara Jeremia, Tumwesigye George and Sikira Anna (2016). Analysis of constraints limiting adoption of market access options faced by banana value chain actors in Uganda.

  4. 2016: Tumwesigye George (2016). Lecture Notes on Management of Small Enterprises-Great Lakes Regional University internal publication.

  5. 2016: Ariho Alex, Makindara Jeremia, Tumwesigye George and Sikira Anna (2016). Assessment of innovative market access options for banana value chain in Uganda. Journal of Development and Agricultural Economics. Vol. 7(10), pp.323-331, October 2016. http://www.academicjournals.org/journal/JDAE/article-full-text-pdf/E9E16DC55339

  6. 2006: "Private Higher Education in Uganda”, in “Growth and expansion of private higher education in Africa” edited by N. V. Varghese, published by UNESCO/International Institute for Educational Planning, 2006. http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0015/001502/150255e.pdf


Partnerships & Collaborations

Partnerships

International

The University gets financial and technical support from international partners in the Europe and USA in the teaching and research infrastructure development and staff development. Notable partners are:

  • CHIFCOD (Child to Family Community Development Organisation)
  • Uganda Development Initiative
  • Volunteer Uganda
  • ProAfrika
  • Kirima Limited
Local

The University has established a network of secondary schools within Uganda with the main objective of working together with the schools to assist in transforming their respective local communities.

Become a partner

You may wish to partner with the university in teaching, research, teaching infrastructure improvement, sponsorship of students, staff development or in any other way you would like to partner with the university.

For details, please contact the Vice Chancellor on vc@greatlakesuni.ac.ug

Collaborations

International
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Local
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Become a collaborator

You may wish to collaborate with the university in teaching, research, teaching infrastructure improvement, sponsorship of students, staff development or in any other way you would like to collaborate with the university.

For details, please contact the Vice Chancellor on vc@greatlakesuni.ac.ug

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