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Hakansson, K., & Baguma, P.. (2010). Crossing borders with technology in a university course. In XIV world congress world council of comparative education societies (wcces) . presented at the 06/2010, ISTANBUL.
Baguma, P. (2000). Analysis of university graduate recruitment results. presented at the 12/2000, Kampala: Uganda Public Service Commission.
Baguma, P. (2000). The causes of employee turnover in Civil Aviation Authority Uganda. presented at the 12/2000, Entebbe: Civil Aviation Authority.
Baguma, P. (2000). The evaluation of a company’s Information Technology. In Research Conference. Makerere Business School. presented at the 12/2000, Kampala: Makerere Business School.
Baguma, P. (2000). Gender inequalities in education, education policy and budget. In The Gender Budget 1998/99. Kampala: R Mukama .
Baguma, P. (2000). The implementation of the retrenchment exercise and its consequences on the retrenched public officers in Uganda. In Challenges to Social Sciences in Africa in the 21st Century. presented at the 10/2000, Kampala: Faculty of Social Sciences, Makerere University .
Baguma, P. (2000). Occupational hazards experienced by the urban working children in Kampala. In 5th Africa Region International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development (ISSBD) Conference. presented at the 09/2000, Kampala: Makerere University.
Baguma, P. (2000). Premarital HIV/AIDS screening among Ugandan Rural youths. In International Students’ Conference on HIV/AIDS and the youths. presented at the 12/2000, Kampala: Makerere University.
Madu, S. N., Baguma, P., & Pritz, A.. (2000). Psychotherapy and African Reality (p. 203). Pietersburg: UNIN Press.
Baguma, P. (2000). A situational analysis of the trends and impact of HIV/AIDS on the Uganda Public Service. presented at the 12/2000, Kampala: Ministry of Public Service.



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