Deans and HODs pose for a photo with international collaborators at the Launch of MAP EVOLUTION Africa on 11th March 2019

Students from vets without boarders donate books and Lab equipment to COVAB.

Dr. Ahmed Abd El Wahed explaining how a field lab kit works.

Korean Technological Farmers and Educationists pay a Courtesy Call to the Deputy Vice Chancellor

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On the 9th of August 2019, Professor Robert Tweyongyere the Dean for School of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Resources Makerere University led a Delegation of 6 Korean Technological Farmers.... Read More

THE SAFEFISH PROJECT EMBARKS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF NATURAL ENEMIES OF BACTERIA (BACTERIOPHAGE)

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The SafeFish Project held a stakeholders’ buy- in workshop on 15th August, 2019 at Grand Global Hotel, Kampala to launch its activities on the development of Bacteriophage cocktails as disease bio-control.. Read More

Summer School Students Sampling in Queen Elizabeth National

Covab Students  During their field work

CoVAB Students together with Mississippi State University students collecting samples from a darted elephant at Queen Elizabeth National Park during their field work. Read More......

Becoming A New Generation (BANG) Team holds a Sexual Health Workshop at COVAB

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On the 15th of August 2019, The Becoming A New Generation (BANG) Team held a Workshop at the College of Veterinary Medicine, Animal Resource and Biosecurity Read More

Becoming A New Generation (BANG) Team holds a Sexual Health Workshop at COVAB

On the 15th of August 2019, The Becoming A New Generation (BANG) Team held a Workshop at the College of Veterinary Medicine, Animal Resource and Biosecurity. The Eng. Steven Langa led team shared with students about “Sexual Health” and how best Sexuality can be a foundation for a better life and rather not a breaker for life.

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“The 21st Century is for Africa and therefore Africans need to rise up and compete on the world stage. If the current generation doesn’t wake up, Africans will be enslaved on their own continent” said Mr. Langa who continuously reflected on the state of fatherhood in Uganda where 10% of fathers are unaware of the existence of their own children, with 45% aware but no emotional connection with their children, terming this as positioning the country in a critical and unfair system of upbringing children.

This country is struck by inadequate preparation of youths, too much poverty leading to reckless and antisocial behavior such as, domestic violence, reckless sexual behavior and total loss of morals, values and character among people. To address such a situation, Mr. Langa reported that Family Life Network came up with the “BANG” campaign in higher institutions of learning to ensure restoration of ideal Sexuality, family values and morals.

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The students were very much delighted for the BANG Team`s Visit to the college and appreciated the words of wisdom shared throughout the entire workshop. One of the students said that BANG has given her a critical thought and triggered her to think about a life of 30 years from now.

BBLT students in practical lesson

BBLT students in practical lesson. Read more.....

Commemorating the World Rabies DayCommemorating the World Rabies Day. Read More....

Participants warming up after the two races

CoVAB in the 2018 Mak Endowment Fund Run. Read More......