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The role of higher education in poverty eradication in Uganda: the experience of Makerere University through innovations at Makerere Committee

Katunguka, Samwiri

Abstract:
The article is based on the findings of the tracer studies by Innovations at Makerere Committee (I@mak.com). It identifies areas or gaps for which new skills
were required to meet the service delivery gaps/challenges under decentralisation.It narrates how the university and the local Government worked together to find practical solutions to these problems. Solutions included curriculum reforms aimed at developing skills necessary for poverty eradication in Uganda.

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Title of Paper: The role of higher education in poverty eradication in Uganda: the experience of Makerere University through innovations at Makerere Committee
Publisher: National Council of Higher Education
City: Kampala


Date:2005
Document Type:Other ()
Subject Area:Research
Country:Uganda
Keywords:Innovation and Higher Education, Community Development, Community Engagement, Problem Solving, Poverty, Programme Development, Curriculum Reform


File Size:42 KB
Rights:Permission granted by author and publisher
Date Added:10 January 2008


Katunguka, Samwiri (2005). The role of higher education in poverty eradication in Uganda: the experience of Makerere University through innovations at Makerere Committee, The Uganda Higher Education Review: Journal of the National Council for Higher Education vol.2 no.2: p.8 - 13