Dr. John Rubaihayo , BSc., MSc., MPH., Ph.D.
Dean, School of Health Science, Nursing and Midwifery
Ph.D.(Public Health), Makerere University, Uganda; Master of Public Health, KampalaInternational
University, Uganda; Master of Science (Med. Entomology) London School of Hygiene and Tropical
Medicine, University of London, UK, Bachelor of Science (Hons), Makerere University, Uganda
School of Health Sciences, Nursing and Midwifery, Lake Saaka Campus, P.O.Box 837 Fort Portal,
Uganda Tel: +256 772 490 493 / +256 702279311
Infectious diseases epidemiology (HIV/AIDS, Malaria)
Non communicable diseases epidemiology (Diabetes type2, Heart Diseases)
|Areas of specialization
Epidemiology, HIV/AIDS, Malaria, Opportunistic infections, Antiretroviral Therapy, Regression modelling, Forecasting, Time series analysis.
Effect of highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) on trends of selected opportunistic infections and mortality among HIV positive individuals enrolled with the AIDS Support Organization (TASO) in Uganda
Ronald Kabbiri, Manoj Dora, Gabriel Elepu & Xavier Gellynck (2016). A Global Perspective of Food Market Integration: A Review, Agrekon, 55:1-2, 62-80, DOI: 10.1080/03031853.2016.1159589
Ronald Kabbiri, Manoj Dora, Mohammad Alam, Gabriel Elepu and Xavier Gellynck (2016). Spatial integration of milk markets in Uganda. Proceedings in System Dynamics and Innovation in Food Networks 2016.
Leadership style and staff retention in organizations, by Muhangi, B., in: International Journal ofScience and Research (IJSR), under:
Bureaucracy in Uganda since colonial period to present, by Muhangi, B., in: International Journal of
Sciences: Basic and Applied Research (IJSBAR), 24(7):103-116, December 2015, under:
University Management and Development – Experiences, Requirements, Context: A case study from Uganda [in German language], by Schmidt, O., in: Wissenschaftsmanagement, 2/2014.
Sub-Sahara-Africa: The next frontier of (micro)finance?, by Muzigiti G. / Schmidt, O., in: Development and Cooperation 02/2013.
Tugume, E and R. Kabbiri (2012). Assessment of Marketing Constraints of Avocado (Persea americana) in Kabarole District, Western Uganda. Rwenzori Journal (2): 25 – 38.
MFI Performance and Human Resource, by Muzigiti G. / Schmidt, O., in: Rwenzori Journal, Volume 2 (2012).
Entry, Course and Progress of Financial Sector Careers in the Rwenzori Region, by Schmidt, O, in: Rwenzori Journal, Volume 1 (2011), p. 59-76.
Microfinance Tragedy in Andhra Pradesh, by Schmidt, O., in: Development and Cooperation 01/2011, p. 30-33.
Training small – scale entrepreneurs (SMEs) in western Uganda, by Tumuramye Provia and Niwaha Moreen.
Factors constraining the implementation of the Money lenders Act, by Musinguzi Charles.
Players and stakeholders of Cocoa value chain in Bundibugyo, by Lutheran World Relief.
Sector skills councils for Africa: A comparative overview, by Christopher Wilson.
Comparing Sustainable Development in East Africa- How does Uganda Perform?, by Dr Oliver Schmidt.
Perspectives of Financial institutions in East Africa, by Cwiya Ali Steven.
Kabbiri, R. (2010). The Informal Seed Sector in Tanzania. VDM Verlag Dr. Muller, Germany. 86pp
Kabbiri, R. (2009). Economic Analysis of Draught Animal Power in Tanzania. VDM Verlag Dr. Muller, Germany. 139pp
Kabbiri, R., Senkondo, E. M. M., and Aboud, A. A. (2009). Effect of Draught Animal Power on farm size: The Case of Handeni, Kongwa and Siha Districts, Tanzania. In: Proceedings of the fourth annual PANTIL research workshop. (Edited by Batamuzi, et al.), 19 – 21 October 2009, Morogoro, Tanzania. 90 – 107pp.