Kabale University Interdisciplinary Research Journal (KURJ)

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Internationally, researchers and scientists are known for creating, sharing and utilizing information to further the body of knowledge in their disciplines. In a bid to continue promoting the research agenda, the Kabale University Interdisciplinary Research Journal (KURJ) as a platform for disseminating research findings, routinely accepts high quality original research articles, letters and commentaries on a wide range of disciplines including but not limited to education, social sciences, agriculture and environment sciences, economics and management sciences, medicine and the engineering sciences among others. The main aim of the Journal is to disseminate high quality and impactful publications that benefits society nationally and globally. The 3rd issue, volume 3 of the KURJ, is published with 8 papers which cover different issues of national, regional and global concern. The papers include: Reverse logistics and environmental sustainability in selected manufacturing entities in Kampala district, Uganda; Antiplasmodial compounds from Millettia dura; Resource mobilisation and allocation priorities on knowledge production in universities in Uganda: an empirical study; Epidemiology and causes of common soccer injuries during university games in Uganda; Micro-credit institution’s services and sustainability of micro, small and medium-scale enterprises during Covid-19 pandemic in Kigezi region south western Uganda; Transformational Leadership style and occupational stress among primary School Teachers in Tanzania; Citrus fruit farmers’ Adaptation Capacities to Climate Variability in Ngora district, Eastern Uganda; Developing metacognition in pre-primary childhood education in Nigeria and Uganda; and Mentorship and supervision in Ugandan higher education Institutions universities: challenges and prospects. The above articles will inform not only academics in these disciplines, but also policy and decision makers.