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Periodical articleAnonymous (2002)
A renewed ACFODE
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). Special ed.. p. 1-48.

Periodical articleMbaine, A.E. (2001)
Elections: the seventh Parliament finally in place!
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #32. July. p. 3-5.

Periodical articleMuwanga, S. (2001)
Theme for 2001 Women's Day: education: a tool for women's empowerment
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #31. March. p. 43-46.

Periodical articleOcheng, R. (2000)
Impact of culture on women empowerment
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #30. November. p. 5-6.

Periodical articleAnonymous (2000)
Discrimination of women in local councils
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #29. p. 41-44.

Periodical articleLubega, C. (2000)
Child dumping: a new challenge
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #29. p. 12-15.

Periodical articleAnonymous (2000)
The struggle to promote women's rights continues
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #29. p. 3-11.

Periodical articleMukasa, S. (1999)
Violence against women and the many profound effects
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #28. p. 6-9.

Periodical articleAnonymous (1999)
What is wrong with our society these days?
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #27. p. 50-51.

Periodical articleWandira, D. (1999)
Feeding pregnant adolescents is very expensive
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #27. p. 45-46.

Periodical articleOjambo, F. (1999)
AIDS pandemic creates dark age for Ugandan children
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #27. p. 42-43.

Periodical articleNgako, A. (1999)
The police and family protection
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #27. p. 40-41.

Periodical articleWendiro, D. (1999)
Abstinence is the best option
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #27. p. 36-38.

Periodical articleByanyima, B.R. (1999)
Making democracy work through leadership skills workshops
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #27. p. 19-23.

Periodical articleBarungi, V. (1999)
Of Women's Emancipation and Freedoms in Uganda
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #27. p. 14-17.

Periodical articleAkiiki, I.K. (1999)
Polygamy is a Religious Duty Much as a Way of Life: Abbas Kiyimba
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #27. p. 10-13.

Periodical articleRwabwogo, O. (1999)
Polygamy as an impediment to modernisation of the family
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #27. p. 8-9.

Periodical articleAsiimwe, Jacqueline (1999)
What is the Domestic Relations Bill?
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #27. p. 4-7.

Periodical articleMunyarugerero, W. (1999)
Education increases productivity, reduces poverty
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #25. March-June. p. 4-5.

Periodical articleNtangaare, M.M. (1998)
Dangerous kids
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #24. September-December. p. 58-59.

Periodical articleTukamuhebwa, M. (1998)
Are Women Rising?
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #24. September-December. p. 52-53.

Periodical articleChibita, M. (1998)
Dr. Lilliane Tibatemwa-Ekirikubinza: Mother, Publisher, Academician
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #24. September-December. p. 33-35.

Periodical articleSenyonjo, L.M. (1998)
Fellow Women, Lack of Money Fails Us: Mrs. Konyoonyo
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #24. September-December. p. 32.

Periodical articleMbaine, E. (1998)
Women Need to Support Each Other: Mrs. Kasaija
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #24. September-December. p. 29-31.

Periodical articleTukamuhebwa, M. (1998)
Violence against Women Only Begets More Violence
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #24. September-December. p. 27-28.

Periodical articleKiwanuka, L. (1998)
The Land Act: losses and gains for the Ugandan woman
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #24. September-December. p. 22-26.

Periodical articleMunyarugerero, W. (1998)
Here is Why Girls are Coming Tops in Exams
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #24. September-December. p. 18-21.

Periodical articleOkille, P. (1998)
Women Councillors: Token Representatives?
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #24. September-December. p. 16-18.

Periodical articleNtakalimaze, M. (1998)
A Monitor's Assessment: When Women Dashed to the Polling Stations
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #24. September-December. p. 12-15.

Periodical articleSsewakiryanga, Richard (1998)
Women and the Electoral Process: Rethinking the Paradigms
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #24. September-December. p. 7-11.

Periodical articleMirembe, L. (1998)
Why Did Women Fail to Shine in the Local Government Elections?
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #24. September-December. p. 4-6.

Periodical articleMusisi, N.B. (1998)
Towards an enabling environment
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #23. January-April. p. 24-26.

Periodical articleBantebya, G. (1998)
The sky is the limit for women studies
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #23. January-April. p. 22-23.

Periodical articleAhikire, J. (1998)
Motherhood and the challenge of role conflict
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #23. January-April. p. 20-21.

Periodical articleKabwegyere, S. (1998)
Is the value of children substitutable?
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #23. January-April. p. 18-19.

Periodical articleDorsey, N. (1998)
Breaking the silence: learning to talk about things that are difficult to talk about
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #23. January-April. p. 16-17.

Periodical articleWilliams, G. (1998)
Women studies, men's studies as viable areas of scholarship
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #23. January-April. p. 11-13.

Periodical articleKwesiga, J.C. (1998)
Women's empowerment: the link between theory and practice
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #23. January-April. p. 7-9.

Periodical articleNatukunda, Edith R (1998)
Personal Accomplishments: Dr. Joy Constance Kwesiga
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #special edition. p. 48-49.

Periodical articleKasirye, B. (1998)
Succeeding in life: support and encouragement a must
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #special edition. p. 45-47.

Periodical articleLubega, C. (1998)
Gender Dimension of HIV/AIDS
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #special edition. p. 40-42.

Periodical articleNagadya, G. (1998)
Scars of the War
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #special edition. p. 32-34.

Periodical articleLubega, C. (1998)
Are memories of the old Uganda back?
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #special edition. p. 27-29.

Periodical articleMunyarugerero, W. (1998)
War, war, terrible war
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #special edition. p. 23-26.

Periodical articleKaziba, R. (1998)
Women in Decision-Making: Did You Know This?
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #special edition. p. 15-16.

Periodical articleKamanyi, J. (1998)
Wife Beating: Who is at Fault?
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #special edition. p. 8-9.

Periodical articleTusiime, R. (1998)
Horrors of a refugee camp
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #special edition. p. 3-5.

Periodical articleOkurut, M.K. (1997)
Sharing drugs is dangerous
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #22. July-September. p. 18-19.

Periodical articleSabiiti, S. (1997)
The challenges of conflict resolution
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #21. April-June. p. 38-40.

Periodical articleAmpaire, C. (1997)
There is hope after divorce
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #21. April-June. p. 16.

Periodical articleBabirukamu, J.H. (1997)
Inadequate sex major cause of domestic clashes
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #21. April-June. p. 14-15.

Periodical articleMugabe, B. (1997)
Do emancipated women value their families?
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #21. April-June. p. 12-13.

Periodical articleMunyarugerero, W. (1997)
Conflict between parents and their teenage offspring
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #21. April-June. p. 10-11.

Periodical articleZziwa, M.N. (1997)
Women have not failed to balance their roles
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #21. April-June. p. 7-8.

Periodical articleKamanyi, J. (1997)
The institution of prostitution
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #20. January-March. p. 46-48.

Periodical articleAmpaire, C. (1997)
Prostitution: difficult to eliminate, causes do not discriminate
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #20. January-March. p. 44-45.

Periodical articleGashumba, W. (1997)
A woman in a refugee camp
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #20. January-March. p. 42-43.

Periodical articleAnonymous (1997)
Domestic violence takes on an ugly turn
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #20. January-March. p. 40-41.

Periodical articleObbo, C.; Snyder, M. (1997)
The sky is the limit for Ugandan women: Pumla Kissosonkole
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #20. January-March. p. 28-29.

Periodical articleBainomugisha, A. (1997)
If you teach a people to eat fish, teach them how to catch it as well
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #20. January-March. p. 26-27.

Periodical articleOkurut, M.K. (1997)
It takes two to tango
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #20. January-March. p. 24-25.

Periodical articleBusingye, M. (1997)
The sex worker who gave it up
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #20. January-March. p. 20-22.

Periodical articleArukundo, S. (1997)
A pervasive form of human rights violation
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #20. January-March. p. 14-15.

Periodical articleAnonymous (1997)
University Don speaks out about prostitution
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #20. January-March. p. 10-11.

Periodical articleTanzarn, N.B. (1997)
Prostitution should not be legalised but stop being an offence
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #20. January-March. p. 7-9.

Periodical articleOkurut, M.K. (1997)
It is hard, demeaning, humiliating: Flower Mirembe
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #20. January-March. p. 4-6.

Periodical articleKwesiga, J.C. (1996)
NGOs get together to build a competent civic society
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #19. October-December. p. 44-45.

Periodical articleKanyamurwa, J. (1996)
The 1996 elections in Uganda: a rural perspective
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #19. October-December. p. 42-43.

Periodical articleAnonymous (1996)
Female parliamentarians and their positions
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #19. October-December. p. 41.

Periodical articleMugerwa, H.S. (1996)
Hope is in the female: vote
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #19. October-December. p. 38-40.

Periodical articleOjambo, S.P. (1996)
Is women's suffrage a granted right? who should be the political architect in voting patterns in the family
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #19. October-December. p. 36-37.

Periodical articleOkurut, M.K. (1996)
What if Miria Matembe had been defeated?
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #19. October-December. p. 34-35.

Periodical articleMugambe, B.N. (1996)
Are women afraid of seeking elective office?
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #19. October-December. p. 32-33.

Periodical articleTuryomurugendo, J. (1996)
Women and civic education
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #19. October-December. p. 28-29.

Periodical articleKwesiga, J.C. (1996)
Electoral colleges for district women representatives to parliament: a test for maturity or a half-hearted act?
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #19. October-December. p. 26-27.

Periodical articleAnonymous (1996)
Politics is Not a Male Domain
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #19. September-October. p. 24-25.

Periodical articleObbo, Christine; Snyder, M. (1996)
I Initiated Women into Entering Politics: Rebecca Mulira
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #19. October-December. p. 22-23.

Periodical articleTanzarn, N.B. (1996)
Out of the House, but still a politician
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #19. October-December. p. 20-21.

Periodical articleAnonymous (1996)
Who is a politician?
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #19. October-December. p. 18-19.

Periodical articleAnonymous (1996)
From the Electoral Commission
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #19. October-December. p. 16-17.

Periodical articleAnonymous (1996)
It was a very expensive experience
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #19. October-December. p. 12-13.

Periodical articleAlowo, J.F. (1996)
Reflections on the 1996 presidential and parliamentary elections
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #19. October-December. p. 10-11.

Periodical articleAnonymous (1996)
Parliament is like a classroom: Mrs. Betty Okwir
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #19. October-December. p. 7-9.

Periodical articleTanzarn, N.B. (1996)
I am the right person for the job at this time: VP Kazibwe
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #19. October-December. p. 4-6.

Periodical articleKwesiga, J.C. (1996)
Is public leadership incompatible with family roles for women?
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #18. July-September. p. 24-25,27.

Periodical articleTanzarn, N.B. (1996)
Entrepreneurship: the way ahead for women
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #18. July-September. p. 14-15.

Periodical articleTinkasimire, T. (1996)
Women in decision-making within the Catholic Church in Uganda
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #18. July-September. p. 12-13.

Periodical articleTanzarn, N.B. (1996)
Mrs. Sarah Ntiro: first woman graduate of East and Central Africa
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #18. July-September. p. 8-9.

Periodical articleTanzarn, N.B. (1996)
Women in Political Decision Making: A Minority Presence
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #18. July-September. p. 4-6.

Periodical articleMugisha, M. (1996)
Corruption like beauty is in the eyes of the beholder
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #17. January-June. p. 44-46.

Periodical articleWaliggo, J.M. (1996)
Did women get a raw deal in the new constitution?
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #17. January-June. p. 37-43.

Periodical articleMukama, R. (1996)
A decade: honoured ACFODE spirit
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #17. January-June. p. 32-35.

Periodical articleMukama, R. (1996)
A decade of donor-inspired action
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #17. January-June. p. 9-10.

Periodical articleKwesiga, J.C. (1996)
Charting women's path to the realisation of their full potential as human beings
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #17. January-June. p. 3-7.

Periodical articleMirembe-Ntangaare, M. (1995)
Women's emancipation: a case for family development and social order
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #16. September-December. p. 36-38.

Periodical articleAlemu, K. (1995)
Problems and dilemmas of women managers
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #16. September-December. p. 32-33.

Periodical articleMukama, R. (1995)
Spearheading through glass ceilings
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #16. September-December. p. 17-19, 24.

Periodical articleMugisha, M. (1995)
Empowering women through nonformal education: the ACFODE approach
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #16. September-December. p. 13-16.

Periodical articleMirembe-Ntangaare, M. (1995)
In two places at the same time
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #16. September-December. p. 8-12.

Periodical articleKwesiga, J.; Macalpine, M. (1995)
Empowering women managers in decision making roles
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #15. May-August. p. 10-11, 13.

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