Verification Policy and Fee Payment

Makerere University has a Verification Policy which attracts a fee as follows; Former Ugandan Students pay UGX: 50,000/=  and Non-Ugandan former students pay USD. 50.00. All verification requests are expected to be accompanied by a receipt of payment of the verification fee. Requests not paid for, WILL NOT receive a response.

All payments are made in the bank. Those outside Uganda should use the bank details below: Read more about Verification Policy and Fee Payment

Call for Applications | Masters and Fellowship Training Support in BSSR at Makerere University

The Makerere University- Behavioral and Social Science Research (BSSR) in HIV Training Program is soliciting applications for Master's and Fellowship Training Support in BSSR at Makerere University.

Please find attached the advert and apply or share it with interested graduate students or researchers within your circles. Read more about Call for Applications | Masters and Fellowship Training Support in BSSR at Makerere University

PhD Defence | FORENSIC AGE ESTIMATION BASED ON THIRD MOLAR ERUPTION AND DEVELOPMENT FOR UGANDAN ADOLESCENTS AND YOUNG ADULTS

The Dean, School of Medicine, Makerere University College of Health Sciences invites you to be part of  Dr. Annet Kutesa Mutebi’s PhD defense scheduled for Wednesday 4th May 2022 at 9:00 am. See details below:

PhD Candidate: Dr. Annet Kutesa Mutebi

Title: FORENSIC AGE ESTIMATION BASED ON THIRD MOLAR ERUPTION AND DEVELOPMENT FOR UGANDAN ADOLESCENTS AND YOUNG ADULTS

Date: Wednesday 4th May 2022 

Time: 9:00 am 

Venue: Online and MakCHS Conference Room Read more about PhD Defence | FORENSIC AGE ESTIMATION BASED ON THIRD MOLAR ERUPTION AND DEVELOPMENT FOR UGANDAN ADOLESCENTS AND YOUNG ADULTS

EVIDENCE REVIEW OF WOMEN’S GROUPS AND COVID-19: IMPACTS, CHALLENGES, AND POLICY IMPLICATIONS FOR SAVINGS GROUPS IN AFRICA

It has been more than a year since COVID-19 lockdowns began, and economic recovery is a top priority for governments, donors, and international financial institutions (IFIs) worldwide, including in sub-Saharan Africa. Targeted investments that increase community resilience and spur economic growth will mitigate some of the negative economic consequences of this crisis. Investment in women’s economic resilience and social support is paramount, considering that the crisis may reverse recent progress in gender equality. Read more about EVIDENCE REVIEW OF WOMEN’S GROUPS AND COVID-19: IMPACTS, CHALLENGES, AND POLICY IMPLICATIONS FOR SAVINGS GROUPS IN AFRICA

HIFA announcement

Makerere University (College of Health Sciences) and a number of Norwegian Research Institutions, together with the WHO, are collaborating on a research project (mHEALTH-INNOVATE) that will explore healthcare workers' informal use of mobile phones. As part of the project, we are working with HIFA (Healthcare Information For All), a global health discussion forum. Read more about HIFA announcement

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