Research

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2016
Asaba, R. B. (2016). Social Aspects of Water Governance in the Context of Climate Change and Agriculture. In Rattan Lal, David Kraybill, David O. Hansen, Bal Ram Singh, Theodosy Mosogoya and Lars Olav Eik. Climate Change and Multi-Dimensional Sustainability in African Agriculture (pp. 241-258). Cham: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-41238-2
2015
Asaba, R. B. (2015). Gender and Representation in Local Water Governance in Rural Uganda. International Journal of Agricultural Resources, Governance and Ecology, 11(3/4), 247–261.
Richards, E., Percival, V., Ssali, S., & Theobald, S.. (2015). Gender equality needs critical consideration in conflict-affected settings. In Development in Practice (Vol. 1-3, Vol. 25, pp. 433–441).
Ahikire, J., Musiimenta, P., & Mwiine, A. Ashaba. (2015). Making a Difference: Embracing the Challenge of Women's Substantive Engagement in Political Leadership in Uganda. Feminism and Pan-Africansim, Feminist Africa , (20), 23-42. doi:10.1177/0741713616685143
B, R. Asaba, & G. Fagan, H.. (2015). Woman Water Keeper? Women’s Troubled Participation in Water Resource Management. In Munck, R., Asingwire, N., Fagan, G.H. and Kabonesa, C. Water and Development: Good Governance after Neoliberalism (pp. 152-171). London: Zed Books.
B. Asaba, R., G. Fagan, H., & Kabonesa, C.. (2015). Women’s Access to Safe Water and Participation in Community Management of Supply. In Fagan, G. H, Linnane, S., McGuigan, G.K., Rugumayo, A.I. Water Is Life: Progress to Secure Safe Water Provision in Rural Uganda (pp. 15-30). Practical Action Publishing and Water Is Life: Amazzi Bulamu Project. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.3362/9781780448893.002.
2014
Mpiima, D. Mugambe. (2014). Access to Agricultural Information: Changing Gender Roles and Decision-Making Patterns in Nakaseke District, Uganda. In Grace Bantebya Kyomuhendo, Siri Gerrard, Josephine Ahikire and Florence Kyoheirwe Muhanguzi, (Eds.), Gender, Poverty and Social Transformation: Reflections on Fractures and Continuities in Contemporary Uganda (pp. 139-168). Kampala: Fountain Publishers.
Ahikire, J. (2014). Cutting the Coat According to the Cloth: Examining Women's Agency on Land Rights in Rural Uganda. In Grace Bantebya Kyomuhendo, Siri Gerrard, Josephine Ahikire and Florence Kyoheirwe Muhanguzi, (Eds.), Gender, Poverty and Social Transformation: Reflections on Fractures and Continuities in Contemporary Uganda (pp. 3-35). Kampala: Fountain Publishers.
Ninsiima, A. (2014). Interrogating Microfinance as an Instrument of Women's Empowerment in Uganda. In Grace Bantebya Kyomuhendo, Siri Gerrard, Josephine Ahikire and Florence Kyoheirwe Muhanguzi, (Eds.), Gender, Poverty and Social Transformation: Reflections on Fractures and Continuities in Contemporary Uganda (pp. 83-108). Kampala: Fountain Publishers.
Madanda, A. (2014). Mobile Phone and Computer Adoption in Uganda: Patriarchal Resilience and Fracturing of Gender Structures. In Grace Bantebya Kyomuhendo, Siri Gerrard, Josephine Ahikire and Florence Kyoheirwe Muhanguzi, (Eds.), Gender, Poverty and Social Transformation: Reflections on Fractures and Continuities in Contemporary Uganda (pp. 109-138). Kampala: Fountain Publishers.
Musiimenta, P. (2014). Negotiating Redefined Subordination: Educated Women's Agency in Marital Relations. In Grace Bantebya Kyomuhendo, Siri Gerrard, Josephine Ahikire and Florence Kyoheirwe Muhanguzi, (Eds.), Gender, Poverty and Social Transformation: Reflections on Fractures and Continuities in Contemporary Uganda (pp. 288-314). Kampala: Fountain Publishers.
Mulyampiti, T. (2014). “The Plaza Women: Contextualising Women in the Prosperity of Kampala Uganda. In ” in Grace Bantebya, Siri Gerrad, Florence Muhanguzi, and Josephine Ahikire, ed: “Gender, Poverty and Social Transformation: Reflections on Fractures and Continuities in Contemporary Uganda. Kampala: Fountain Publishers.
Mulyampiti, T. (2014). The Plaza Women: Contextualizing Women in the Prosperity of kampala, Uganda. In Grace Bantebya Kyomuhendo, Siri Gerrard, Josephine Ahikire and Florence Kyoheirwe Muhanguzi, (Eds.), Gender, Poverty and Social Transformation: Reflections on Fractures and Continuities in Contemporary Uganda (pp. 57-82). Kampala: Fountain Publishers.
Muhanguzi, F. Kyoheirwe. (2014). Sex is Sweet: Low-Income Women in Uganda Talk about Sexual Desire and Pleasure . In Grace Bantebya Kyomuhendo, Siri Gerrard, Josephine Ahikire and Florence Kyoheirwe Muhanguzi, (Eds.), Gender, Poverty and Social Transformation: Reflections on Fractures and Continuities in Contemporary Uganda (pp. 249-287). Kampala: Fountain Publishers.
Kyomuhendo, G. Bantebya. (2014). A Woman Does Not Fall Sick: Negotiating the Care Economy and Maternal Health in Hoima District, Uganda . In Grace Bantebya Kyomuhendo, Siri Gerrard, Josephine Ahikire and Florence Kyoheirwe Muhanguzi, (Eds.), Gender, Poverty and Social Transformation: Reflections on Fractures and Continuities in Contemporary Uganda (pp. 199-222). Kampala: Fountain Publishers.
Richard, A. B., G. Fagan, H., Kabonesa, C., & Mugumya, F.. (2014). Women and Access to Water in Rural Uganda: A Review. wH2O. The Journal of Gender and Water, 3(1), 19–25.
2013
Kabonesa, C., & Kindi, F. I.. (2013). Effects of Climate Change and Variability on Pastoral Communities: Coping and Adaptive Strategies for Women and Men in Uganda. In M. Mulinge and M. Getu (eds) Impacts of Climate Change and Variablity on Pastoralist Women in Sub-Saharan Africa. Kampala: OSSREA Fountain Publishers.

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