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Have you registered for the 1st International Scientific Conference on biowaste recycling in Uganda? Registration is on going...COME BE PART OF THIS VERY IMPORTANT EVENT

02/09/2016

Invitation to attend the 1st INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE ON
BIO WASTE RECYCLING IN UGANDA

Ndejje University the 2nd leading provider of innovative education in Uganda is organizing the 1st International Scientific Conference on Bio -Waste Recycling in Uganda. The theme of the conference is “Sowing seeds of sustainable development for grassroots communities”. Its major goal is to promote sustainable development through bio-waste recycling. The conference will attract a diversity of stakeholders from scholars, academia, business community, development partners, civil society organization, policy makers and student community.
You are invited to attend this first of its kind conference on bio-waste .
We shall be sharing ideas on how bio-waste recycling can improve communities in areas of food, energy, water, environment and employment.
You can participate- registration fee is Ugx 200,000; Exhibition: Ugx 300, 000
For Abstracts, visit our website: www.ndejjeuniversityconf.ac.ug for details
For more info: +256 772 628 505 [email protected] . +256 772 477 098 [email protected]

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1st INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE ON BIO WASTE RECYCLING IN UGANDA - NDEJJE UNIVERSITY Invitation to attend the 1st INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE ON BIO WASTE RECYCLING IN UGANDA Theme: “Sowing seeds of sustainable development for grassroots communities”. Ndejje University the 2nd leading provider of innovative education in Uganda is organizing the 1st International Scientific C...

www.ndejjeuniversityconf.ac.ug 01/09/2016

Invitation to attend the 1st INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE ON
BIO WASTE RECYCLING IN UGANDA
Ndejje University the 2nd leading provider of innovative education in Uganda is organising the 1st International Scientific Conference on Bio -Waste Recycling in Uganda. The theme of the conference is “Sowing seeds of sustainable development for grassroots communities”. Its major goal is to promote sustainable development through bio-waste recycling. The conference will attract a diversity of stakeholders from scholars, academia, business community, development partners, civil society organization, policy makers and student community.
You are invited to attend this first of its kind conference on bio-waste.
We shall be sharing ideas on how bio-waste recycling can improve communities in areas of food, energy, water, environment and employment.
You can participate- registration fee is Ugx 200,000; Exhibition: Ugx 300, 000
For Abstracts, visit our. website:www.ndejjeuniversityconf.ac.ug for details
For more info: +256 772 628 505 [email protected] . +256 772 477 098 [email protected]
www.ndejjeuniversityconf.ac.ug/www.ndejjeuniversity.ac.ug

www.ndejjeuniversityconf.ac.ug

01/09/2016

Invitation to attend the 1st INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE ON
BIO WASTE RECYCLING IN UGANDA
Ndejje University the 2nd leading provider of innovative education in Uganda is organizing the 1st International Scientific Conference on Bio -Waste Recycling in Uganda. The theme of the conference is “Sowing seeds of sustainable development for grassroots communities”. Its major goal is to promote sustainable development through bio-waste recycling. The conference will attract a diversity of stakeholders from scholars, academia, business community, development partners, civil society organization, policy makers and student community.
You are invited to attend this first of its kind conference on bio-waste.
We shall be sharing ideas on how bio-waste recycling can improve communities in areas of food, energy, water, environment and employment.
You can participate- registration fee is Ugx 200,000; Exhibition: Ugx 300, 000
For Abstracts, visit our website:www.ndejjeuniversityconf.ac.ug for details
For more info: +256 772 628 505 [email protected] . +256 772 477 098 [email protected]
www.ndejjeuniversityconf.ac.ug/www.ndejjeuniversity.ac.ug

22/06/2016

Submission date for Abstracts extended to 30th July 2016.

22/03/2016

Conference Theme: Sowing seeds of Sustainable Development for Grassroots Communities: Harnessing the Food-Energy-Water-Ecosystem Nexus
Tentative dates 26-28 September 2016; Kampala
Conceptual framework: Achieving sustainable development among grassroots communities could be constrained by inappropriate preparations for addressing natural and social challenges. For instance, inadequate resilience for climate-change impacts may lead to food insecurity, hunger, epidemics, deforestation, global heating and ultimately, poverty. An integrated sustainable development agenda calls for synergistic frameworks and shared responsibilities to ensure that plans drafted and promises made become actions delivered. Over generations, actors in government, private sector and academia have attempted to address grassroots development challenges using isolated approaches and resources. This conference will explore studies and strategies (past and ongoing) on enhancing sustainable development for grassroots communities. Specifically, presentations will feature successful or failed cases where; a) actors have adopted synergistic frameworks and collaborations to enhance sustainable development; b) grassroots communities are actively engaged in stages of developmental projects; c) human and financial capital for grassroots development are sourced beyond public or donor spheres; d) developmental initiatives are economically and environmentally sustainable; e) communities meet costs of services delivery.
Presentations: Abstracts are solicited from academics, practitioners and policy makers for either; a) paper presentations; b) poster presentations or c) exhibitions. The presentations will fall within the following tracks that represent the Food-Energy-Water-Ecosystem nexus.
Track 1: Environment and agriculture: presentations will feature environmentally sustainable agricultural practices; including (but not limited to); a. organic farming; b. intensive farming (using limited space for high yields); c) resilient plants: d…..e……….
Track 2: Waste Management, Water and Environment: presentations will feature studies/ projects/initiatives on pollution of water or general environment by wastes (solid, liquid or gaseous).
Track 3: Waste Management and Agriculture; studies/projects/initiatives focused on; a) reducing waste hazards on agricultural productivity; b) using wastes to promote agricultural productivity
Track 4: Energy, Water and Food security: Studies/projects/initiatives will focus on; a) recovery of energy from wastewater; b) generating electricity from wastewater recycling to power water pumping/distribution and irrigation systems; c) wastewater reuse for irrigation; d) enhancing soil nutrients using wastewater sludge.
Track 5: Waste Management, Renewable Energy and Environment; projects/initiatives that focus on; a) recovery of energy from solid wastes and wastewater to save forests; b) reduction of greenhouse emissions; etc;
Conference Sub-themes: Presentations made within each of the above tracks will rotate around one or several of the conference sub-themes below.
a. Interactive Communication for multi-stakeholder engagement and collaboration; each set of key-stakeholders (grassroots communities, public sector; business community; civil society; academia) could be having distinctively unique work-cultures, interaction formats and operational language. Collaboration entails a) developing communication strategies for diverse stakeholders; b) optimum use of electronic and print media for interactive communication. Presentations will feature existing past, existing and on-going practices around interactive dialogues.
b. Diffusing Social and Technological Innovations in Communities; presentations will feature a) best practices/approaches for introducing socio-technological innovations into non-scientific/non-academic communities; b) factors influencing success or failure of technological innovations. Some presentations may illustrate distinctive features of Technology Determinism and/or Instrumentalism in regard to innovations (The Determinists perceive technology as the primary mover of social change and development. The superiority of the technology is presumably the sole driver for its acceptance and successful adoption. The instrumentalists’ {Social Construction of Technology} emphasize an evolutionary process of innovations. Presumably, the social context of technological adoption and innovation is the most important factor. Focus is put on the users. The values which users/adopters attach to the technology determine the direction and effectiveness of its implementation.).
c. Sustainable Business Models and financing options; A big number of initiatives previously depended on government or donor subsidies. Their operations remained small, often not surviving pilot phases. Presentations will; a) highlight self-propelling initiatives for poverty alleviation and sustainable livelihoods for youths, women and marginalized communities; b) demonstrate cost-benefit analyses of various initiatives; c) showcase initiatives developed along commercial pathways; based on private capital and up-scaled to levels that enhance food security, promote green economies and contribute to cost recovery in the Energy-Food-Water-Ecosystem value chain; d) discuss investors accessibility to financial/credit facilities; e) highlight marketing and distribution structures for the various products; f) examine willingness/capacity of grassroots communities to pay for (or meet costs of) improved services.
d. Policy and Institutional Frameworks; presentations will highlight advocacy, lobbies, practices, economic and/or regulatory instruments in favour of; a) tax exemptions/tax holidays; b) tariffs that reflect realistic value of environmental assets; c) development of inter-sectoral partnerships and collaborations.
e. Sensitization, Education and Training; presentations will focus on; a) awareness and sensitization using diverse media and IEC packages; b) equitable quality education for grassroots communities to optimally harness natural resources for income generation, food security, health livelihoods and sustainable development; c) capacity building initiatives for technical, financial and managerial operations of projects; d) activism and curriculum development in educational institutions.
f. Addressing psycho-social, cultural and health factors; adopting innovations entails moving out of the comfort zone (routine activities, cultures, behaviours and practices). Occasionally, as the case is with recycling/reusing human faecal materials, adopting innovations involves addressing social, cultural and health sensitivities. Presentations will explore success stories; highlighting psycho-social, cultural and health-related determinants for adopting social and technological innovations.

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