Search for dissertations about: "Uganda"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 217 swedish dissertations containing the word Uganda.

  1. 1. A methodology for operations-based safety appraisal of two-lane rural highways : Application in Uganda

    Author : Godfrey Mwesige; Harilaos Koutsopoulos; Basil Psarianos; KTH; []
    Keywords : passing zones; passing rate; collision risk; accepted gap; time-to-collision; passing sight distance; two-lane rural highways; Uganda; Transportvetenskap; Transport Science;

    Abstract : The majority of the road infrastructure in developing countries consists oftwo-lane highways with one lane in each travel direction. Operational efficiency of these highways is derived fromintermittent passing zones where fast vehicles are permitted by design to pass slow vehicles using the opposite traffic lane. READ MORE

  2. 2. A Real Property Register to Support the Property and Credit Market in Uganda

    Author : Lilian Mono Wabineno Oryema; Peter Ekbäck; Hans Mattsson; Moses Musinguzi; Eva Johnson Liedholm; Jaap Zevenbergen; KTH; []
    Keywords : Property Rights; Real Property Register; Property Market; Credit Market; Uganda; Rättigheter; Fastighetsregister; Fastighetsmarknad; Kreditmarknad; Uganda.; Real Estate and Construction Management; Fastigheter och byggande;

    Abstract : An efficient property and credit market can be used by a government of a country to empower its citizens to achieve sustainable development. To improve the property and credit market government needs to ensure that its land records contain information that is beneficial to the actors in both the property and credit market. READ MORE

  3. 3. Between Militarism and Technocratic Governance : State Formation in Contemporary Uganda

    Author : Anders Sjögren; Björn Beckman; Abdul Raufu Mustapha; Stockholms universitet; []
    Keywords : SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; state formation; civil society; militarism; governance; regimes; informalisation; public sector reform; health care; local politics; Masaka; Uganda; Political science; Statsvetenskap; Political Science; statsvetenskap;

    Abstract : State-civil society relations in Africa have during recent decades been transformed in the context of economic liberalisation and state reform. This study explores state-civil society relations in contemporary Uganda, from 1986 to the present, in order to illustrate and explain the scope for and capacity of different social forces to create access to and democratise the state. READ MORE

  4. 4. Decentralization and National Health Policy Implementation in Uganda - a Problematic Process

    Author : Anders Jeppsson; Malmö Institutionen för kliniska vetenskaper; []
    Keywords : MEDICIN OCH HÄLSOVETENSKAP; MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES; epidemiology; Public health; Uganda.; policy diffusion; policy translation; policy implementation; decentralization; health care systems; primary health care; health sector reform; Ministry of health; health policy; Folkhälsa; epidemiologi; Social medicine; Socialmedicin; samhällsmedicin;

    Abstract : The Ugandan Government has aimed at creating a needs-based and cost-effective health care system. The means to carry out this aim have been 1) a decentralization of the health sector in order to increase lower-level responsibility, accountability, and participation, and 2) a strong national policy formulation capacity, facilitating needs assessment and cost-effective prioritization. READ MORE

  5. 5. Comparing No-Party Participatory Regimes : Why Uganda Succeeded and Others Failed

    Author : Mose Auyeh; Sten Widmalm; Magdalena Inkinen; Anirudh Krishna; Uppsala universitet; []
    Keywords : SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; democracy; Uganda; stability; No-Party Participatory Regimes; Ghana; Libya; Pakistan; governance; responsiveness; effectiveness; legitimacy; Political science; Statsvetenskap;

    Abstract : The objective of this dissertation is to evaluate the performance of the no-party participatory regime (NPPR) model in a few selected countries. Such a regime, it was claimed, would give rise to a real and true democracy, would serve the people better, and would protect them against what many leaders saw as divisive party politics. READ MORE