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      Theatre and the market in Uganda [1]
      Theatre as a community tool for initiating and facilitating social transformation in Tirinyi Sub-County, Pallisa District. [1]
      Theatre for development in Uganda [1]
      Thematic compositions for social communication: analysis of set pieces for the Uganda National Post Primary music competitions [1]
      A theological – exegetical study of Deut 4:15-20 understanding the use of sacred images and art in the church to curb idol worship : case study of Kitabi Parish-Mbarara Archdiocese [1]
      Time to change: Gendered perceptions on use of educational technology for teaching in Makerere University [1]
      The tonology of the Lunyala nouns, noun phrases and verbs [1]
      Tracing the roots of the technological capacity building of the Uganda people's defence forces [1]
      Traditional birth attendants in rural Gambia: Beyond health to social cohesion. [1]
      Traditional folk Music [1]
      Traditional So ways of crop harvesting and post-harvest handling [1]
      Traditional ways of harvesting crops [1]
      Traditional ways of managing crop and animal pests and diseases [1]
      The transformation of Karamoja: Sedentarization of pastoralists [1]
      Transformational leadership and employee empowerment as predictors of employee turnover intention among employees of Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA) [1]
      Transformational leadership, employee engagement, and employee retention among nurses in a private hospital in Kampala, Uganda [1]
      Transformational leadership, work engagement and performance among employees in the Public Service of Uganda [1]
      Transgressing Buyira: An historical inquiry into violence astride a Congo-Uganda border [1]
      Transnational organizations and the promotion of health as a global security concern: the case of the World Health Organization in Uganda. [1]
      Traumatic events, resilience, and post-traumatic growth among South Sudanese Refugee Youths in Imvepi, Bidi-Bidi settlement, Uganda, East Africa [1]