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S. Ssali, Theobald, S., Namakula, J., and Witter, S., Building Post-Conflict Health System: A Gender Analysis from Northern Uganda, in Handbook on Gender and Health, Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, 2016, pp. 327-350.
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T. J, Barasa, C. A., Muhanguzi, F. K., and Nape, J. F. Otim, Gender and Primary schooling in Uganda, MOES/IDS London UK, 1999.
F. K. Muhanguzi, Gender and Sexual Vulnerability of Young women in Africa: Experiences of young Girls in Secondary Schools in Uganda, Journal of Culture, Health and Sexuality, vol. 13, no. 6, 2011.
S. Ssali and P, A. Clare, Gender and Women’s Participation in the 2006 Multiparty Elections in Uganda, in Electoral Democracy in Uganda, Understanding the Institutional Processes and Outcomes of the 2006 Multiparty Elections in Uganda, Kampala: Fountain Publishers, 2008.
S. Sarah, Ahikire, J., and Madanda, A., Gender Concepts Handbook for Makerere University, Gender Concepts Handbook for Makerere University. Gender Mainstreaming Division, Makerere University, Kampala, 2007.
E. Richards, Percival, V., Ssali, S., and Theobald, S., Gender equality needs critical consideration in conflict-affected Settings, Development in Practice, vol. 25, 3 vol. pp. 433-441, 2015.
P. Baguma and Muhanguzi, F. K., Gender Inequalities in Education, Education Policy and the Budget in Uganda. 1999.
D. Mugambe Mpiima, Gender Policies in Uganda: The Thorny Road to Gender Equality, Gender Policies in the Eastern African Region: Case Studies from Ethiopia, Kenya, Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda. Addis Ababa, Development Policy Management Forum (DPMF). 2008.
J. Ahikire, Bantebya-Kyomuhendo, G., Gerrard, S., and Muhanguzi, F. K., Gender Poverty and Social Transformation: Reflections on Fractures and Continuities in Contemporary Uganda. Kampala: Fountain Publishers, 2014.
D. Mugambe Mpiima, Manyire, H., and Kabonesa, C., Gender Responsive Budgeting Training Manual for Districts and the Ugandan Parliament, Government of Uganda, Kampala, 2012.

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