Mubangizi, Betty C.
July 2016
Loyola Journal of Social Sciences;Jul-Dec2016, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p137
Academic Journal
The article discusses various papers published in this issue including one by Makoba and Ruffin on performance management in South Africa's public service, one by Ojo-Aromokudu and Loggia on informal settlement in South Africa's housing modalities, and one by Kampire and Mubangizi on gender relations and food security in Uganda.


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