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This study was about challenges of solid waste management in urban areas of Uganda: a case study of Makindye Municipality, KCCA. The study was aimed at examining the municipal solid waste management challenges in Kampala Capital City Authority, with a view to recommending ways of overcoming them. Specific objectives were to identify the type of solid wastes generated in Makindye municipality, to establish the methods of solid waste management in Makindye, to identify the challenges of solid waste management and to come up with suitable remedial action plans to challenges of Municipal waste management. It was a cross-sectional study involving both quantitative and qualitative data collection methods from 200 households and key informants. Data was entered and analyzed using SPSS version 16.0 and was largely presented by means of tables, figures and plates.
Collective Investment Schemes exist in several markets, both emerging and developed. In Uganda, the Capital Markets Authority (CMA) began licensing Collective Investment Schemes after Parliament passed the CIS Act in 2003. This piece of work aims at evaluating the effectiveness of the regulatory framework for Collective Investment Schemes in protecting investors in Uganda. The first chapter presents the risks that the investors participating in CIS may encounter. Chapter two contains the theoretical framework and literature review through an examination of relevant archival resources. The key findings contained in chapters three and four reveal that the laws and regulations governing CIS afford a reasonable degree of protection to investors but there still exist some legal and extra-legal challenges that hinder adequate protection. The Conclusion and Recommendations to address the legal and extra-legal factors inhibiting the efficiency of the law governing CIS are given in chapter five. Policy Makers, Regulators,Practitioners, Investors and Scholars in the Capital Markets will find this book a very useful resource.
This book contains the background information of the study. The ultimate goal of the study was to enhance secondary school based clubs capacity to address the environmental threats in Uganda effectively It highlights the objective of the study which were to determine the types, networks and roles of diverse secondary school-based clubs in Jinja, Uganda, the extent to which secondary school-based clubs are addressing the Nile basin threats, explore the constraints/challenges affecting secondary school-based clubs and suggest appropriate measures to enhance secondary school-based clubs to address Nile basin threats. Primary data was collected through use of questionnaires, Focus Group Discussions (FGD), photographs and observation methods from selected secondary schools. Secondary data was gathered from records and literature in the Ministry of Education and Sports, schools, National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) Uganda, Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and internet. The results indicate that there were several secondary school based clubs in Uganda. They included national clubs, subject based and religious organizations.
This study looks at legal and institutional frameworks in curbing the problem of encroachment on Forest reserves in Uganda and illuminates on the centrality of the law in the protection of forest reserves. It emphasizes and upholds the public trust doctrine which seeks to preserve and protect natural resources, government holds forests and other resources in trust for the people and therefore shall protect all natural lakes, rivers, wetlands, forest reserves, game reserves, national parks and any land to be reserved for ecological and tourist purposes for the common good of all citizens. The study established that despite the crucial role of the National Forest Authority- a national body charged with management of forests in Uganda, very little attention is paid to consciously planned structures to facilitate collaboration and collective effort in the protection of forests, the law is ignored and communication between NFA teams and the communities is predominantly non existent. As such, communities continue to illegally encroach upon forest reserves due to lack of sensitization.