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    Mathematical Model for The Transmission of Malaria In Uganda.
    (Kabale University, 2019) Lusambya, Robert
    The resent an ordinary differential equation mathematical model for the spread of malaria in Mosquito populations. Susceptible humans can be infected when they are bitten by an infectious Mosquito. They then progress through the infectious and asymptomatic classes, before -entering the susceptible class. Susceptible Mosquitoes can become infected when they bite infectious and asymptomatic humans, and once infected they move through infectious class. The c reproduction number RO is established and used to determine whether the disease dies out or persists in the population. We show that given RO <1, the disease-free equilibrium is globally asymptotically stable and the disease always dies out and if RO > 1, there exists a unique e:::c=mic equilibrium which is globally stable and the disease persists.
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    Career Growth for Uganda’s Women and Girls in Sciences, the Challenges, Opportunities and Experiences
    (AJPO journals and books publishers, 2023) Nyadoi, Priscilla; Mbabazi, Fulgensia Kamugisha; Nachuha,Sarah; Thomson ,Jennifer
    The book titled “Career Growth for Uganda’s Women and Girls in Sciences; the Challenges, Opportunities and Experiences” is authored by a team of women in Sciences from Uganda. It contains information on the challenges, opportunities and experiences on career growth for women in Sciences, with Uganda in perspective. The information, in the authors’ view, will be a useful guideline for women and girls pursuing career success in the fields of sciences, engineering, mathematics and related others. In chapter one a review and summary of the subject is given. Chapter two reports on a panel discussion, while chapter three presents personal experiences of women and girls in sciences at different stages of their professional career growth. Chapter four, contains experiences and advice from experts who have been involved in training, financial support of academic and professional development of women and girls in sciences. We believe, not only the women and girls in STEM will benefit from this publication, but also, community in academia, research, policy and development arenas