Makerere University Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic Affairs) Dr. Ernest Okello Ogwang visits Nyabyeya and Budongo Field Stations
- Completion of the Makerere Dormitory, Improvement of the students’ accommodation facilities and formalization of the relationship with the Nyabyeya and Budongo Field Stations tops Agenda.
- Principal, CAES calls upon the University Management to provide seed support to off - campus stations
- Representative of the Dean of Students calls for immediate attention to students’ accommodation needs.
Every year, over 100 students from the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CAES) studying courses in Forestry related disciplines undertake their recess term training activities at Nyabyeya Forest College and Budongo Conservation Field Stations in Masindi district. This arrangement has been in existence for over 20 years.
It is against this background that recently, the Makerere University Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic Affairs) Dr. Ernest Okello Ogwang and other officials from the University Top Management and CAES made a field visit to Nyabyeya and Budongo field stations in Masindi.
- Highlight Uganda’s interventions to mitigate impacts of Climate Change
- Appeal to developing countries to improve awareness and understanding of climate -related risks and implications.
Scientists have presented some of the ways Uganda has responded to Climate Change and its impacts. This was during the two day IPCC Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) outreach event organized by the Ministry of Water and Environment in conjunction with Makerere University College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences with support from the Centre for Developmental Knowledge Network, (CDKN). The objective of this outreach event was to disseminate the findings of the report to policy makers, private sector, researchers and civil society in developing countries.
Workshop to discuss the IPCC’s Fifth Assessment Report ends.Young scientists urged to champion research in Climate Change to fill Knowledge gaps and find solutions to societal problems.
The two day workshop to disseminate the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Fifth Assessment Report that started on 21st August 2014 at Hotel Africana , Kampala ended with the Young Scientist Seminar on Friday 22nd August, 2014 at Makerere University School of Food Technology, Nutrition and Bio engineering.
Workshop to discuss The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Fifth Assessment Report opens in Kampala
Ugandans have been sensitized to adopt mitigation and adaptation measures to cub the problem of climatic change. This was during the opening of the two day out reach event to disseminate the Inter governmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) held at Hotel Africana on Thursday 21st, August 2014.
The function was presided over by the Minister of State for Water and Environment Hon. Flavia Munaba,the Vice Chancellor Makerere University, The Ambassodor Embassy of the Kingdom of Netherlands and the High Commissioner British High commissioner in Uganda and CDKN Africa Regional Director Mr. Carl Wesselink.