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    (2023-04) Sempungu, Godfrey J.
    We are glad to be bringing to you the fourth Issue of the KAB Newsletter. This is another great collection of the news around the University. We are glad that this newsletter is telling the story of Kabale University’s transformation each day. I am grateful to the editorial team of contributors and editors that have made it possible to have all the key activities around the university to be documented for our stakeholders. It is our goal and resolve to make each issue better than the previous. We are grateful to the Guild Information office for their participation in taking record of the student activities and reporting them to the key stakeholders. It is Staff and Students that together make KAB a University of substance. We shall continue to make the best out of all we get to inform our wider stakeholder community. It is our sincere hope that the KAB Newsletter shall continue to be an avenue for reporting the many key activities in and around the University. We also welcome the contributions from the wider student community and staff. We wish you enjoy reading this issue.
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    (Kabale University, 2023-09-30) Sempungu, Joseph Godfrey; Nowamani, Collins; Nuwagaba, Collins; Esther Ayebazibwe; Atukwatse, Sandra
    The sixth edition of the KAB Newsletter highlights different events involving the University and its stakeholders. We are intentional about promoting nationalism by enhancing different individuals' contributions to their community. In this issue, we examine the history of one of the significant contributors to the development of the Kigezi region. Through Paulo Ngologoza's organised efforts, the Bakiga people moved from Kigezi to other parts of Uganda. Pokoma Barekye, his last living son, recounts the story of his father.
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    KAB Newsletter Issue 5 (Apr - Jun 2023)
    (Kabale University, 2023-11) Sempungu, Godfrey J. ; Ocan, Johnson; Saturday, Alex
    Each issue of the KAB Newsletter presents a deeper and richer view of the university, as well as life at the university and in the surrounding area. We are pleased to share with you the fifth edition of the KAB Newsletter. It is always a pleasure to have the opportunity to discuss life on and off campus. Every day, we interact with our stakeholders such as students, parents, staff, government, and the general community. Several of our successes can be attributed to their presence. As a result of most of what we do and report through our different platforms, we are grateful to enjoy a favorable reputation from our stakeholders. As we report in this newsletter the various activities undertaken by the university’s various departments, we remain optimistic that the pursuit of a healthy relationship will continue to be a priority. As a university, we continually expand our horizons through teaching, research, and community engagement. As a result, we also gain a lot of interesting stories. There are no words to describe how appreciative I am of the indefatigable team of contributors, most of whom hail from the Communications, Branding and Marketing department. You all make this newsletter such a worthwhile source of information. We hope that our readers will find the newsletter engaging, informative, and interactive.
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    KAB Newsletter Issue 02 (April-June 2022)
    (Kabale University, 2022-06) Sempungu, Joseph Godfrey; Nowamani, Collins
    IN THIS ISSUE; The KAB Chancellor presides over the 6th graduation The Vice Chancellor’s Tribute to Frank Kalimuzo KAB joins the Association of African Universities KAB hosts the Kiswahili international Conference - CHAKAMA Medical and Dental Practitioners Council Inspect KABSOM Patriotism Corps launched at KAB Kabale University Academic Staff Association (KABASA) elects new leaders Farmer Field schools changing the livelihoods of families in Kigezi Faculty of Social Sciences to launch Anti-Corruption Center Equal Opportunities Commission trains KAB Staff UNDP team visits Kabale University KAB hosts Italian Visitors
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    KAB Newsletter Issue 01 – March 2022
    (Kabale University, 2022-03) Nowamani, Collins; Sempungu, Joseph Godfrey
    In this Issue: The Ministry of Water & Environment holds the Southwestern Uganda water day symposium at KAB The Chancellor, Prof. Mondo Kangonyera officiates at a book launch The Vice Chancellor’s tribute to the late Central Bank Governor, Prof. Emmanuel Tumusiime - Mutebile KAB hosts global scholars KABSOM trains health workers in selected districts of Kigezi Makerere University Research & Innovations fund explores a partnership with KAB Rotary donates cervical cancer screening & treatment equipment to selected districts of Kigezi KAB receives a grant from Canadian partners KAB to host Kiswahili international conference The French embassy in Kampala partners with KAB
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    (Kabale University, 2019) Felix, Mwesige
    Dear esteemed readers of The Kab Mirror, welcome to the 10th publication, which we are proud that you have passion to read. Remember that we now publish this magazine twice a semester, owing to the support of the University Management. We thank all the well-wishers and the entire Kabale university community for the support you have shown so far, especially the writing of relevant articles and the readership as well. It is this support that has made the continuous publication possible. We encourage everyone to make a contribution in terms of writing, editing and reading, to promote our magazine, which started with 6 pages! We are now proud that we can publish an edition of up to 30 pages! We encourage writing in English, French, Kiswahili and Runyakitara languages, although in the near future, we shall also accept articles in Chinese and German. We encourage articles that are educative, informative and those that are entertaining as well. We don’t encourage articles that bring disharmony in the community and especially those that can cause hatred, because we all wish to study and work in a peaceful environment. Our major aim is to publish positive information for the promotion of a writing and reading culture among our staff and the students. We pledge to develop The Kab Mirror to its desired standards. We wish you the best.