JSPS Uganda-Japan Bilateral Joint Research Project：Diversification and Reorganization of ‘Family’ in Uganda（Wakana Shiino ＆Mpyangu Christine Mbabazi）
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1. Date: On 5th Tuesday, September, 2017
2. Venue: College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Makerere University, Kampala
3. Program 5th Sep, Tue
Dr. Wakana Shiino ＆Dr. Christine Mbabazi.
Diversification and Reorganization of ‘Family’ in Uganda: Cross-cultural analysis on economic disprepancy and potential of indigenous institutions for social security
➢Presentation （Including question for each presentation）
Dr. Yasuaki Sato
Bananas and Associated Knowledge centred on Mothers in central Uganda
Mr. Isao Murahashi
Reorganized ‘Family’ and Livelihoods Strategies of South Sudanese Refugees in Uganda
Prof. Peter Atekyereza
African Family Trends in Uganda and the Formation, Liberalization and Individualization of Family Values
Mr. Ian Karusigarira
The relationship among the modern family and kinship: the case in Mbarara and Kampala
Dr. Godfrey Siu
How the Pentecost church change the ‘family’ in Uganda.
Dr. Christine Mpyangu
Negotiating family and kinship relationship among the Acholi in post-war Northern Uganda
Mr. Chris Opensen,
Dr. Olowo Onyango.
House girl and ‘family’ in Nairobi.
Mobility and Family-ties: A case in Eastern Uganda and Western Kenya
15:30~16:00 Question and Discussion
Meeting for the project
Christine Mbabazi ,Soichiro Shiraishi, and Wakana Shiino
Daimon Midori大門 碧
Modern Entertainment Performer Makes ‘Family’ in Kampala
Eri Hashimoto 橋本 栄莉
What kind of dream do the Nuer Youth have?—after their experience of conflict in South Sudan.
Hiroko Kawaguchi川口 博子
Reconstitution of Local History during Conflicts in the Northern Uganda: An aspect of experiences shared among families
Wakiko Ohira大平 和希子
Oil Development and Its Influence in Bunyoro at the household level:
Increasing land-related issues and the importance of land governance
Kojun Hori 堀 光順
Slope Farming and Land Holding in the Densely Populated Mountain Region in Southwestern Uganda