Selected Publications of the Faculty members

Anke van der Kwaak, Ormel H., Olayo R., Kwagala B.,  (2011), “HIV Sero Discordant Couples and Social Capital in the Great Lakes Region: Reflections on a Theoretical Framework”,  in Tankink M., and Vysma M. (eds) Roads & Boundaries: Travels in Search of (Re)connection, AMB Publishers, pp108-115.

Kabagenyi, Allen, Patricia Ndugga, Stephen Ojiambo Wandera, and Betty Kwagala. "Modern contraceptive use among sexually active men in Uganda: does discussion with a health worker matter?" BMC public health 14, no. 1 (2014): 286.

Allen Kabagenyi,, Alice Reid, Rutaremwa, G., Lynn Atuyambe and James Ntozi "Has Uganda experienced any stalled fertility transitions? Reflecting on the last four decades 1973–2011 ” BMC: Fertility Research and Practice:  Fertility Research and Practice.2015, 1:14    DOI: 10.1186/s40738-015-0006

 Allen Kabagenyi,, Larissa Jennings Alice Reid, Gorette Nalwadda, James Ntozi and Lynn Atuyambe “Barriers to male involvement in contraceptive uptake and reproductive health services: a qualitative study of men and women’s perceptions in two rural districts in Uganda” Reproductive Health 201411:21  doi:10.1186/1742-4755-11-21  

Allen Kabagenyi, James Ntozi, Alice Reid, Gideon Rutaremwa and Lynn Atuyambe.Has Uganda experienced any stalled fertility transition? Reflecting on the last four decades (1973-2011). In Fertility Research and Practice, 2015.

Kwagala Betty “Birthing choices among the Sabiny of Uganda”, Culture, Health & Sexuality: An International Journal for Research, Intervention and Care, 2013,

Kwagala, B., Wandera, S.O., Ndugga, P., & Kabagenyi, A. (2013). Empowerment, partner's behaviours and intimate partner physical violence among married women in Uganda. BMC Public Health, 13(1), 1112.

Kwagala B., A. Van der Kwaak, H. Birungi Promoting Sexual Health in Uganda: The TASO Uganda Sexuality Counselling Approach, Amsterdam: KIT, 2008.

Kwagala B., Wassenar D., Ecuru J., “ Payments and Direct Benefits in HIV/AIDS related Research Projects in Uganda” in Ethics and Behavior, 20: 2, 2010, 95 — 109.

Kwagala B., Kabuchu H., Kapiriri L., Wasswa R., “Uganda: Health and Economic Empowerment of Women: Life in a Kampala Unplanned Settlement”, in (eds) Dzodzi Tsikata and Joanna Kerr with Cathy Blacklock and Jocelyne Laforce, Demanding Dignity: Women Confronting Economic Reforms in Africa, Canadian Cataloguing in Publication Data, 2000, pp 165-180.

Kwagala B., “Integrating Women’s Reproductive Roles with Productive Activities in Commerce: The Case of Businesswomen in Kampala – Uganda”, in Urban Studies, An international journal for Research in Urban and Regional Studies, Vol.1, No.9, 1999, pp. 1535-1550.

Kwagala B., “Contraceptive Use among Urban Women in Uganda: The Case of Kampala Businesswomen”, in UAPS journal, Vol.1, No.13, 1998, September/October.

Wandera S., Ntozi J.P.M, Kwagala B., “Spousal sexual violence, sexual behavior and sexually transmitted infections among ever-married women in Uganda”, in the Journal of African Population Studies, 2010.Vol. 24: 70-87.

James Ntozi: Statistical training in Africa: a case of teaching demographic statistics. In the Proceedings of the 60th World Statistics Congress held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil from 26th to 31st July 2015.

Jimmy Ronald Andi, Robert Wamala, Bruno Ocaya and Allen Kabagenyi “Modern Contraceptive Use among Women in Uganda: Analysis of trend and patterns (1995-2011) African Population Studies Vol 28 no 2 , July 2014  

John Bosco Asiimwe, Patricia Ndugga, John Mushomi, James Ntozi: Factors associated with modern contraceptive use among young and older women in Uganda; a comparative analysis.
 BMC Public Health. 2014.

Misinde, C. (2016). “An Intrinsic characteristics and Value of Poverty Indicators”: a New Method for Deriving Child Living Condition Scores and Poverty, in Uganda. Child Indicators Research, 1-30.

Nankinga O., Misinde C., and  Kwagala B. 2015. Gender Relations, Sexual Behaviour and Risk of Contracting Sexually Transmitted Infections among Women in Union in Uganda. DHS Working Papers No. 117. Rockville, Maryland, USA: ICF International.  

Abel Nzabona, Ntozi, James, Gideon Rutaremwa: Old is gold: What influences Older Persons’ engagement in income-generating activities in Uganda? Greener Journals 2013.

Abel Nzabona, James Ntozi & Gideon Rutaremwa: Loneliness in Uganda: examining social, economic and demographic risk factors. Age and Society, Cambridge University Press 2015.

Ronald Wesonga, Fabian Nabugoomu, Abraham Owino, Leonard Atuhaire, Agnes Sekiboobo, Tom Makumbi, Peter Johapio & Bruno Ocaya and James Ntozi: On Statistical Definition of Free and Fair Election: Bivariate Normal Distribution Model" has been published in the International Journal of Mathematical Research 2014 3(5) Pp49-62.

Rutaremwa, G., Kabagenyi, A., Wandera, S.O. Tapiwa, J., Akiror, E., & Nviiri, H.L. (2015). Predictors of modern contraceptive use during the postpartum period among women in Uganda: a population-based cross sectional study. BMC Public Health.

Wandera, S. O., Kwagala, B., Ndugga, P., & Kabagenyi, A. (2015). Partners’ controlling behaviors and intimate partner sexual violence among married women in Uganda. BMC Public Health15(1), 214.

Wandera, S.O., Kwagala, B., and Ntozi, J. (2015). Determinants of access to healthcare by older persons in Uganda: A cross-sectional study. BMC International Journal of Equity in Health.

Wandera, S.O.,Kwagala,B., Ndugga, P., and Kabagenyi, A.  (2015). Partners’ controlling behaviors and intimate partner sexual violence among married women in Uganda. BMC Public Health.

Wandera, S.O., James Ntozi and Betty Kwagala. (2014). Prevalence and correlates of disability among older Ugandans: evidence from the Uganda National Household Survey. Global Health Action (7).

Wandera, S.O., Ntozi, J.P.M. & Kwagala, B. (2010). Spousal Sexual Violence, Sexual Behaviour and Sexually Transmitted Infections among Ever-Married Women in Uganda. Journal of African Population Studies, Volume 24 (1&2), 70-87.


Wandera, S.O.,Kwagala,B., Ndugga, P., and Kabagenyi, A.  (2015). Partners’ controlling behaviors and intimate partner sexual violence among married women in Uganda. BMC Public Health.