Prof. Natal Ayiga is the Director of Research and Publications at Kabale University. He is a passionate, self-motivated and talented researcher with a strong desire to mentor young researchers. He has a strong research administration and organizational experience which were acquired over a 30 year period as an academic in four universities including Makerere University, University of Botswana, North West University in South Africa and now Kabale University in Uganda. Prof. Ayiga is a highly efficient and methodical researcher with a strong commitment to quality and data accuracy.

He also has a strong writing and analytical skills in both quantitative and qualitative research. Prof. Ayiga has a PhD in Population Studies/Demography (Sandwich Makerere University Johns Hopkins University-Population Center) obtained in 1999. He has also undertaken several non-degree trainings in Statistical Computing and Computer Applications; Data Processing and Analysis software including SPSS, STATA and Atlas-ti; and Monitoring and Evaluation Practice and Research which have greatly enhanced his research capabilities. As Director of Research and Publications, Prof. Ayiga oversees, administers and facilitates all research and publication activities at Kabale University.

Prof. Ayiga has strong administration experience. He was the coordinator of graduate research at the Institute of Statistics and Applied Economics at Makerere University from 1994-2000 and Head Department of Population Studies, Makerere University from 2001-2007; Coordinator of research Department of Population Studies at University of Botswana from 2008-2011; Head Department of Population Studies, North West University, South Africa from 2012-2014. Prof. Ayiga also has a strong publishing experience.

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Qualifications

PhD (Makerere University), 1999

MA in Demography (Makerere University), 1993

BA in Social Sciences (Makerere University), 1987

Other Trainings

  • Human Development, Magdalene Collage, Oxford University.
  • Family Planning and Reproductive Health Policy, Makerere University.
  • Spectrum Systems of Reproductive Health Models (Demproj, FamPlan, EPP, AIM and RAPPID: Policy Project/Makerere University.
  • Management of Distant Learning Educational Programs in Population and Reproductive Health, ILO, Turin, Italy.
  • Monitoring and Evaluation of Reproductive Health Program Evaluation. The Evaluation Project: North Corolina University/Makerere University, ISAE.

Research Interests

  1. HIV and AIDS across the life course a focus on aging
  2. Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive
  3. Gender Based Violence, Violence against women and Girls
  4. Gerontology- Focus on the Health, Social and Economic impacts of aging and elder abuse and neglect
  5. Population and Environment interactions

Publications

Francis Akena Adyanga, Marus Eton and Ayiga Natal . (2021) . The Discourse Of Non-citizens Expulsion Reinvigorated: Examination Of Racial Undertones In Asians Expulsion From Uganda In 1972 . African Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Research, [online] Volume 4(1), pp. 87 - 102. Available at: https://abjournals.org/ajsshr/?s=The+Discourse+of+Non-Citizens+Expulsion+Reinvigorated:+Examination+of+Racial+Undertones+in+Asians+Expulsion+from+Uganda+in+1972
Marus Eton1,, Natal Ayiga,, Moses Agaba, Fabian Mwosi, Dr. Benard Patrick, Ogwel . (2019) . small medium enterprises (SMEs), Environmental management and poverty reduction in western Uganda . International Journal of research and innovation in social sciences (IJRISS), [online] Volume 3(6), pp. 278-286. Available at: http://idr.kab.ac.ug/
Dr. Marus Eton, Professor Natal Ayiga, Professor Constant Okello Obura, Fabian Mwosi & Gilbert Uwonda . (2019) . Globalization and Its Implications on the Growth of Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Western Uganda: A Case of Selected Districts in Western Uganda . International Journal of Research in Management, Economics and Commerce, [online] Volume 9(2). Available at: http://idr.kab.ac.ug/handle/20.500.12493/132
Godswill N. Osuafor,corresponding, Sonto M. Maputle, and Natal Ayiga . (2018) . Factors related to married or cohabiting women’s decision to use modern contraceptives methods in Mahikeng, South Africa. . African Journal of Primary Health Care & Family Medicine, 10(1)
Godswill N. Osuafor, Sonto Maputle, Natal Ayiga & Akim J. Mturi . (2018) . Condom use among married and cohabiting women and its implications for HIV infection in Mahikeng, South Africa . Journal of Population Research, 35(1), pp. 41–65
N Ayiga and V Rampagane . (2013) . Determinants of age at first marriage in sub-Saharan Africa: A comparative study of Uganda and South Africa . Journal of Social Development in Africa, [online] Volume 28(1). Available at: https://www.ajol.info/index.php/jsda/article/view/90247
Natal Ayiga, H Nambooze, S Nalugo and Dan K Kaye . (2013) . The impact of HIV/AIDS stigma on HIV counseling and testing in a high HIV prevalence population in Uganda . African Health Sciences, 13(2), pp. 8-86

Supervision

DOCTOR OF PHYLOSOPHY DEGREE 

  1. Titilope Fisayo Popoola, 2019. Barriers to Reproductive Health Services among Internally Displaced Women in Northern Nigeria. Thesis submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree Doctor of Philosophy in Population Studies at the North-West University. orcid.org/0000-0001-5951-8048.
  2. Lutendo Malisha. 2018. Violent Deaths and its predictors in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal.  Thesis submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for the award of the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Population Studies of North-West University.
  3. Rampagane K.V. 2016. Marriage Dynamics and Fertility in the era of HIV: A case study of Mahikeng Local Municipality, North West Province, South Africa. A PhD thesis submitted to North-West University, Mafikeng Campus as a fulfillment for the award of Doctor of Philosophy.
  4. Elizabeth Nansubuga. 2016.  Prevalence and Predictors of Maternal Near miss in Central Uganda. A community approach. A PhD thesis submitted to North-West University, Mafikeng Campus as a fulfillment for the award of Doctor of Philosophy.
  5. Mhele Ezekiel Karabo. 2014. Timing of first birth and its effect on school attainment in South Africa. The case of black women in the North West province of South Africa. A PhD thesis submitted to North-West University, Mafikeng Campus as a fulfillment for the award of Doctor of Philosophy.

MASTERS DEGREES

  1. Providence Kelebogile Rapoo- Pheelwane.  Female headship and household poverty in North West province of South Africa.  Dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Social Science in Population and Sustainable Development of North-West University.
  2. Ntshidi A.T. 2017. Patterns of rural urban migration in South Africa. A dissertation submitted as a partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Degree of Master in Population and Sustainable Development in Faculty of Human and Social Sciences of North West University, Mafikeng Campus.
  3. Doni Joseph Mosimanekgosi. 2016. Exploring correlates  of adolescent fertility in Malawi. A dissertation submitted as a partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Degree of Master in Population and Sustainable Development in Faculty of Human and Social Sciences of North West University, Mafikeng Campus.
  4. Nyiko Tricia Maluleke. 2013.  Men’s Involvement in Family planning use and decision making in South Africa. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Social Sciences in Population Studies, Mafikeng Campus, North-West University.
  5. Tsehay Bakena. 2010. Assessing progress in the attainment of Goal 4 of the Millennium Development in Five Southern African Countries.  A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master in Population Studies, University of Botswana.
  6. Kwena Monica Matlala. 2010. Socio-Economic and Demographic Factors Affecting Fertility among Black Africans in the Limpopo Province of South Africa. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master in Population Studies, North-West University, Mafikeng Campus.
  7. Kapuru Charles. 2010. The effect of ART on utilization of VCT services among pregnant women in Uganda. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Science in Population and Reproductive Health of Makerere University.
  8. Awundo Milton. 2010. Factors affecting acceptability and uptake of vasectomy in Arua district, Uganda. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Science in Population and Reproductive Health of Makerere University.
  9. Nambooze Harriet. 2010. The effect of HIV/AIDS stigma on VCT in Rakai, Uganda. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Science in Population and Reproductive Health of Makerere University.
  10. Okwalinga Gilbert Bruno. 2009. Factors affecting the use of alternative feeds for infants by HIV/AIDS positive counseled mothers in Kampala District.  Master of Science in Population and Reproductive Health of Makerere University.
  11. John Shihlomola. 2007. Causes of infant and child mortality in South Africa. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Science in Population and Reproductive Health of Makerere University.
  12. Kyewe Chris. 2007. An Assessment of the Impact of Formal Education on Contraceptive Use. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Science in Population and Reproductive Health of Makerere University.
  13. Okeryang Joseph Silax. 2007. Domestic Water Utilization and Its influence on Household Health.  A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Demography of Makerere University.
  14. Luthando Lwazi Mabija. 2007. Current Patterns of Migration in South Africa. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Demography of Makerere University.
  15. Nakirijja Anne Frances. 2006. Utilization of Safe Sex Practices Among Adolescents in Rukungiri District. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Demography of Makerere University.
  16. Nyende Noah. 2006. Effects of voluntary HIV Counseling and Testingon Marital Stability among HIV Discordant Couples: A case Study of Rakai, Uganda. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Science in Population and Reproductive Health of Makerere University.
  17. Katushabe Godfrey Artkins. 2006. Factors influencing Contraceptive use among males in Rakai, Uganda.  A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Science in Population and Reproductive Health of Makerere University.
  18. Kato Umar Kasenene. 2006. An assessment of the utilization of PMTCT facilities in Masaka, Uganda. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Science in Population and Reproductive Health of Makerere University.
  19. Kebirungi Rose. 2006. Factors inhibiting Routine Antenatal Health care Seeking Behaviour in Rukungiri, Uganda. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Science in Population and Reproductive Health of Makerere University.
  20. Baryamutuma Rose. 2006. Factors affecting Decisions regarding childbearing among People Living with HIV/AIDS in Uganda: A case study in Kampala and Jinja districts. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Science in Population and Reproductive Health of Makerere University.
  21. Bamwete James. 2006. Water access and its implication for Poverty alleviation in Jinja, Uganda. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master Arts in Population Studies and Development of Makerere University.
  22. Benita Rumanzi. 2006. Fertility Behaviour among People Living with HIV/AIDS in Uganda. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Science in Population and Reproductive Health of Makerere University.
  23. Proscovia Namuwenge Mukonzo. 2006. The effect of Anteritroviral Therapy on Sexual and Reproductive Behaviour of People Living with HIV/AIDS in Uganda.  A Case Study in Kampala District. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Science in Population and Reproductive Health of Makerere University.
  24. Ikirimat Grace Odeke. 2006. Determinants of Under Nutrition among Children Under Five Years in Northern Uganda (2000-2001). A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master Arts in Demography of Makerere University.
  25. Anyanzu Francis. 2006. Household Determinants of Quality of life of Orphans in Uganda: A Case Study of Moyo District, Uganda. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Arts in Population and Development of Makerere University.
  26. Nomathemba Florence Phambaniso. 2005. Rural-Urban Migration and Urban Income Earnings in South Africa after 1994. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Arts in Demography of Makerere University.
  27. Mbidde Emmanuel. 2005. Factors Affecting the Immunization Status in the Central Region of Uganda. An Analysis of the 2000/2001 UDHS Data. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Arts in Demography of Makerere University.
  28. Sensalire Simon. 2005. Knowledge and Attitudes towards the Prevention of HIV/AIDS among Adolescents in Uganda: A Study of Central Regiona. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Science in Population and Reproductive Health of Makerere University.
  29. Abisa Joseph. 2005. The Influence of Knowledge of HIV/AIDs Transmission, Prevention and Perceptions of Risk on Adolescent Sexual Behaviour in Pallisa District in Uganda. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Science in Population and Reproductive Health of Makerere University.
  30. Owomuhangi B. Nestor. 2004. Factors Affecting Maternal Health in Uganda. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Science in Population and Reproductive Health of Makerere University.
  31. NamusisiKellen. 2004. Factors that Contribute to Low Men Participation in the Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission of HIV/AIDS Services ion Uganda: A Case Study of Kampala District. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Science in Population and Reproductive Health of Makerere University.
  32. Olga Lesego. 2003. Migration Patterns in South Africa. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment for the requirements of the Master of Arts in Demography of Makerere University.
  33. Nathan Wabwire. 2002. Socio-Economic and Demographic Factors that influence Contraceptive Use in Busia District in Uganda. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Arts in Demography of Makerere University.
  34. Mbabazi Kiiza Gorretti. 2002. Factors Hindering Condom Use Among Adolescents in Uganda: A Case of Central and Eastern Uganda. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Arts in Demography of Makerere University.
  35. Nalwanga Sarah. 1999. Factors Affecting HIV/AIDS Related Knowledge, Attitudes and Behaviours among Men and Women of Central Uganda: A Comparative Study. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Arts in Demography of Makerere University.
  36. Natukunda Deo. 1999. Socio-Economic and Demographic Factors Influencing the Use of Contraceptives in Uganda: A Comparative Study of Central and Northern Regions. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Arts in Demography of Makerere University.
  37. Maigut Andrew K. 1999. Impact of Socio-Economic and Cultural Factors on Family Planning Acceptability and Use: A Case Study of Eastern Region of Uganda. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Arts in Demography of Makerere University.
  38. Murari Moses. 1997. Determinants of Infant and Child Mortality in Kabale District, Uganda. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Arts in Demography of Makerere University.
  39. Kibula Juliet. 1997. Men’s Knowledge, Attitudes and Practice of Family Planning and their Influence on their Wives’ Contraceptive Acceptance in Uganda. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Arts in Demography of Makerere University.
  40. Turyazayo Benson Bitama. 1997. The Impact of Selected Social and Economic Factors on Maternal Mortality: A Case Study of Arua District of Uganda. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Arts in Demography of Makerere University.
  41. Higenyi Pabire Jackson. 1997. Patients and Their Health Seeking Behaviour in the Context of High Morbidity in Uganda: A Case Study of Six Districts. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Arts in Demography of Makerere University.
  42. Namanya Bharam. 1997. Maternal Health Seeking Behaviour and Infant Survival in Uganda. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Arts in Demography Makerere University.
  43. Musinguzi Benon. 1997. The Implications of HIV/AIDS for Household and Children’s Welfare in Uganda: A Case Study of Six Districts. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Arts in Demography of Makerere University.
  44. Okee-Obong J.B. 1996. Social-Cultural Sexual Norms, Practices and HIV/AIDs Risk Related Behaviour in Gulu District, Uganda. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Arts in Demography of Makerere University.
  45. Kirunga Christine. 1996. Socioeconomic Determinants of HIV Sero-status:  A Study of Rakai District in Uganda. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Master of Arts in Demography of Makerere University.

Presentations

CONFERENCE PAPER PRESENTATIONS

  1. Amoateng, A. Y., & Ayiga, N. (2018, April). Socio-Demographic Changes in the Timing of First Birth in Ghana: Evidence from Three Waves of the Demographic and Health Survey Data. In PAA 2018 Annual Meeting. PAA.
  2. Malisha, L., & Ayiga, N. (2017, October). Attitudes towards weapon carrying in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal provinces of South Africa. In 2017 International Population Conference. IUSSP.
  3. Osuafor, G., Ayiga, N., & Maputle, S. (2017, November). Women’s educational attainment, empowerment and contraceptive use in six regions of Nigeria. In 2017 International Population Conference. IUSSP.
  4. Natal Ayiga & Godswill N. Osuafor. Religiosity and contextual factors on alcohol consumption among South African university students. Paper presented at the Southern African Population Association Conference at Witwatersrand University Johannesburg from 30th September to 2nd October, 2016.
  5. Veronica Rampagane & Natal Ayiga Determinants of fertility decline in Mahikeng Local Municipality in the North West Province, South Africa. Paper presented at the Southern African Population Association Conference at Witwatersrand University Johannesburg from 30th September to 2nd October, 2016.
  6. Natal Ayiga. Financial abuse of older persons in South Africa. Pensioner financial abuse workshop at the Weill Cornell Medical College, University of Cornell, 6th -7th June 2016: New York, USA. Invite only workshop.
  7. Godswill N. Osuafor &Natal Ayiga. Sexual and reproductive decision-making among married and cohabiting women in Mafikeng, South Africa. Paper presented at the 7th Union of African Population Studies from 29th November to the 4th December 2015 at St George Hotel Pretoria, South Africa.
  8. Paul Bigala &Natal Ayiga. Predictors of HIV testing among undergraduate students in a South African University. A comparative analysis of two campuses. Paper presented at the Public Health Association of South Africa conference held in Durban from 7th to 9th October 2015.
  9. Veronica Mothai & Natal Ayiga. Correlates of the timing of first marriage in the era of HIV/AIDS in Mafikeng Local Municipality of South Africa. Paper presented at the Population Association of Southern Africa Annual from 8th-10th July 2015 at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (Howard College Campus) King George V Avenue – Gate 1 Howard College Theatre.
  10. Godswill N. Osuafor& Natal Ayiga. Sexual risk-taking behaviour among married or cohabiting women and its implication for sexually transmitted infections in Mahikeng, South Africa. Paper presented at the Population Association of Southern Africa Annual from 8th-10th July 2015 at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (Howard College Campus) King George V Avenue – Gate 1 Howard College Theatre.
  11. Natal Ayiga. Explaining the persistence of high premarital fertility among young women in Uganda. Symposium on Population and Health research. Makerere University, 18th -20th May, 2015.
  12. Natal Ayiga. Trends and predictors of young motherhood and its implications for the resurgence of HIV infection in Uganda.  Paper presented at the 2014 PASA conference in East London from 1st-2nd October 2014 at East London Health Resource Center, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
  13. Paul Bigala & Natal AyigaRural-Urban differentials of self- perception of elder health in the era of HIV/AIDS in Mafikeng Local Municipality, North West Province.  Paper presented at the 2014 PASA conference in East London from 1st-2nd October 2014 at East London Health Resource Center, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
  14. Natal Ayiga& Paul Bigala. Gender, HIV testing and use of modern family planning methods in Uganda.  Poster presented at the annual conference of the British Society for Population Studies from 8th-10th September, 2014 at Winchester University, United Kingdom.
  15. Elizabeth P Nansubuga & Natal Ayiga. Prevalence and Risk Factors of Maternal Near Miss in Central Uganda: A community based study.  Poster presented at the World Congress of Epidemiology from 17-21 August, 2014 Anchorage, Alaska USA.
  16. Natal Ayiga & Charles Lwanga. Patterns of age misreporting in African censuses in the 21stcenturary, example of Uganda 2002 Census. Population Association of Southern Africa Conference, Mafikeng Campus, North West University, July 10-13, 2013. Mmabotho, South Africa.
  17. Natal Ayiga. Predictors of childbearing intentions of antiretroviral experienced men and women in Uganda.  Population Association of Southern Africa Conference, Mafikeng Campus, North West University, July 10-13, 2013. Mmabotho, South Africa.
  18. Natal Ayiga & Veronica M. Rampagane. Determinants of age at first marriage in sub Saharan Africa: A comparative analyses of Uganda and South Africa.  Paper presented at the 7th annual conference of the Population Association of Southern Africa, at University of Venda, Thohoyandou 11th – 13th July 2012.
  19. Martin Enoch Palamuleni & Natal Ayiga. Determinants of non-institutional deliveries in Malawi, 2004The Sixth African Population Conference, African Populations: past, present and future; Ouadagoudou Bukina-Faso 5-9 December 2011.
  20. Ayiga, N. & Letamo, G. The impact of male circumcision on condom use: The case of Botswana.  Conference of Population Association of Botswana, 24-25 May 2010, University of Botswana.
  21. Paul Bigala, Ishmael Kalule-Sabiti & Natal Ayiga. 2009. Rural-Urban Differentials in the Problems faced by the Elderly in the Era of HIV/AIDS in Mafikeng Local Municipality, North West Province, South Africa.  A paper presented at the Tenth Islamic Countries Conference on Statistical Sciences (ICCS-X) on Statistics for Development and Good Governance held at The American University of Cairo (AUC), New Cairo, Egypt from 20 – 23 December 2009.
  22. Natal Ayiga. Sexual behaviour of People Living with HIV/Aids and are on Antiretroviral Treatment in Uganda.  Paper presented at the 5th UAPS Conference Session 42 December 10-14th 2007, Arusha Tanzania.
  23. Natal Ayiga. Reproductive Intentions among People Living with HIV/Aids and are on Antiretroviral Treatment in Uganda.  Paper presented at the 5th UAPS Conference Session 42 December 10-14th 2007, Arusha Tanzania.
  24. Natal Ayiga. Trends in childhood mortality rates in Uganda: can we meet the millennium development goals? Sheraton Hotel, Kampala 16th November.
  25. James Ntozi, Innocent Mulindwa, Fred Ahumbisibwe, Natal Ayiga & Jonathan Odwee. Has the HIV/AIDS epidemic changed sexual behaviour of high risk groups in Uganda? IUSSP XXV International Conference Center Tours, France, July 18-23, 2005.
  26. James P.M. Ntozi, Innocent Najjumba Mulindwa, Fred E. Ahimbisibwe &Natal Ayiga, Jonathan Odwee. Has HIV/AIDS epidemic changed Sexual Behaviour and Practices of high risk Groups in Uganda.  IUSSP Conference, Salvador, Brazil 2001.
  27. Natal Ayiga, James P.M Ntozi, Fred E. Ahimbisibwe, Jonathan O Odwee & Francis N. Okurut. Resistance to sexual behaviour Change in a predominantly heterosexual HIV transmission in Africa.  National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health, Australian National University, Canberra 25th April -2 May 1999.
  28. Natal Ayiga. Perceived and actual causes of poor reproductive health among adolescents in Uganda. WHO Research workshop on Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health. Nairobi, Kenya: World Health Organization Research Workshop, January 1999.
  29. Natal Ayiga& George Ezatirale. Indigenous cosmology and environmental education. IDRC/KUTERA regional workshops: Dissemination workshop of Research Findings on the role of education on environmental conservation. Mombasa, Kenya, April 1996. IDRC.
  30. Natal Ayiga.Causes of Low Enrolment and High Dropout rates in Primary Education among Female Children:  A case Study of Madi in Northern Uganda. Workshop on Research Priorities on the Education of Girls and Women in Africa, Kampala, Uganda 1995.  African Academy of Sciences.
  31. Natal Ayiga& George Ezatirale. Indigenous cosmology and environmental education. Paper presented at the National workshop on Environmental Learning within Communities and Schools in Uganda June 1999.
  32. Natal Ayiga, James P.M Ntozi, Fred E. Ahimbisibwe, Jonathan, O.Odwee& Francis N. Okurut. Death, HIV testing and sexual behavior change and its determinants in northern Uganda.  Paper presented at an international conference on resistance to sexual behavior change at the National Center for Epidemiology and Population Health, Australian National University, Canberra 25th April -2 May 1999.
  33. Natal Ayiga. Perceived and actual biomedical and social risks of early sexual activity and resolution of these risks among adolescents in Uganda. WHO research workshop. Nairobi Kenya, January 1999.
  34. Natal Ayiga. Reproductive Pattern and Mortality among the under five in Uganda. International Conference Centre Kampala. Aug. 1992.
  35. Natal Ayiga. Effects of Some Reproductive Patterns and Breast feeding on infant and child mortality in Uganda. International Conference Centre Kampala, Feb. 1991.

 

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