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  • Orimwesiga, Mathias (2006-07)
    The major aim of this project was to develop an automated system that can manage parking in Makerere University. Currently, parking at Makerere University has not been given a lot of serious thought and planning. Cars just ...
  • Sululu, Keneth; Masagwali, Taibu Kalema; Musisi, Charles; Nantajja, Kyeyune Mohamadi; Musoke, Elisha; Namuli, Justine; Nakedde, Patrick; Mugenyi, N. Josephine (2007-06)
    The Internet as a new technology has revolutionalized information collection, search, and distribution. The major objective of this project is to develop an automated information system for Uganda Muslim supreme council. ...
  • Kakande, Johnbosco Matthew (2006-07)
    The main aim of this project is to evaluate a new and disciplined approach to music scheduling in radio stations by automating the music scheduling process. The project report identifies and discusses the current music ...
  • Iga, Lawrence; Kyasanku, David; Mutuzo, Jackie; Boonabaana, Christine; Kiwanuka, Aurthur; Mushabe, Jackie; Kyalimpa, James; Mungoma, Michael Jonathan (2009-08)
    In this study, an automated record management system to manage school records was developed. This was as a result of the realization of the need for an efficient and effective automated system given the incompetent nature ...
  • Musafu, Geoffrey; Onega, Innocent; Nyeko, John Paul; Matte, Mwinongo Isaac; Ochom, Cornelius (2007-06)
    The good hospitals in Uganda notably have invested in accounting systems for income management at the expense of medical error tracking and related systems. In this study a computer based Medical Information System was ...
  • Droma, Fahad; Bulyaba, Hanifa; Ssebwato, Joseph; Nakawooya, Kubra; Musah, K. Candellah; Ongoro, Doreen Anyango; Suuna, Collins; Ndege, Richard (2009-06)
    Patient record management systems in hospital today necessitate a competent administration when handling patients, generating reports from cashier, patient details which serves as a key factor for the flow of business ...
  • Agaba, Kellen; Amule, Grace; Bwambale, David; Kakyo, Stella Susan; Kalinda, Bridget; Karungi, Ruth; Komubaizi, Caroline; Mugabe, Alex N. (2009-07)
    This research project was carried out at BAP offices located in Ndeeba on Masaka Road at Plot 224 Masaku building. The major goal of the research was to develop an ATS to manage customers’ transactions. Currently, the ...
  • Kitaka, Brian Gabogora (2006-07)
    The main aim of the project was to automate the fees structuring procedure in Secondary school, and also to provide an over view of how funds should be allocated to planned activities depending on the generated fees ...
  • Kinene, Jason Andrew (2006-06)
    In this study, an Automated Billing System was developed. The system was developed as a result of the realization of the need for the club to efficiently manage its billing at the entrance in order to gain competitive ...
  • Seiko, Jalia (2006-08)
    The paper based system of keeping patients’ cards and files makes the process tedious and slow since it involves handling a number of bulky cards. A lot of time is taken to deliver invoices to companies who receive health ...
  • Ampaire, Lydia; Namutebi, Sarah; Birungi, Nice; Babirye, Alice; Neboshi, Esther; Kitimbo, Moses; Makhaso, Chesoli Byron; Zawedde, Jennipher (2007-06)
    The project report was centered towards the development of a bursary monitoring system to regulate the expenses the KHC used to face in the distributing bursary to students in Ugandan universities. The bursary monitoring ...
  • Ampaire, Lydia; Namutebi, Sarah; Birungi, Nice; Babirye, Alice; Neboshi, Esther; Kitimbo, Moses; Makhaso, Chesoli Byron; Zawedde, Jennipher (2007-06)
    The project report was centered towards the development of a bursary monitoring system to regulate the expenses the KHC used to face in the distributing bursary to students in Ugandan universities. The bursary monitoring ...
  • Edau, Jackson (Makerere University, 2007-07)
    Currently, the students' Guild and other students' leaders' elections in Makerere University are conducted manually by use of secret ballot papers and ordinary tallying. The main aim of this project was to computerize the ...
  • Oandah, David; Odong, Vicent; Talima, Benjamin; Nakafeero, Sylvia; Tusubira, Isaac; Namukasa, Betie Sarah; Nakazibwe, Grace; Rabia, R. Marijani (Makerere University, 2009-07)
    Makerere University Hospital is still at a very low level of Information Technology development. It uses the manual paper based Information System to conduct most of its activities. Imperative to note is that the paper ...
  • Ssekikubo, Michael Rowland (2006-06)
    With the emergence of the global economy, cutting costs and better management is a major strategy used by many organizations and this is facilitated by the drive to do work online. There is need for improved security and ...
  • Amia, John Friday; Guma, Justin Kujo; Kayondo, Francis; Kipsang, Benjamin; Ngwalida, Matondo Richard; Tamale, Jimmy; Tebandeke, Jerry; Wanyama, Simon Davies (2007-06)
    The project involved development of a dynamic traffic simulation system, which demonstrates a junction with dynamic traffic light system, with a mechanism that allocates appropriate time intervals to lanes basing on car ...
  • Sanya, Eric; Okalebo, James; Madda, Rogers; Wasike, Mukhebi Peter; Nkyanungi, Oswald; Twalibangi, Racheal; Mutaasa, John Bossco; Mutahwa, Benson Masamba (Makerere University, 2007-06)
    The poor communication of services to customers and poor capturing of their orders has drastically resulted into inefficiency in service delivery as well as narrowing the market for restaurants. At Busy Melissa restaurant, ...
  • Kidega, David (2007-06)
    INTRODUCTION: Alcohol has been part of human civilization for thousands of years. The WHO (2004) noted that 2 billion people consume alcohol worldwide. Young adults (18-25 years) usually engage in risky ventures including ...
  • Lamunu, Dorcas Owot (Makerere University, 2004-06)
    The AIDS pandemic has posed a major health challenge to the world's population. Uganda, one of the most affected countries in the world, has been very open about this disastrous malady. Where as the country has put in place ...
  • Tanui, Caroline (2008-05)
    Background: Psychiatric disorders have become a global burden the world over. They account for 12.3% of the total global disease burden. Uganda's ministry of health has included mental health into the Uganda National Minimum ...