(UNESCO / Japan Young Researchers' fellowships programme)

Joseph Kizito Bada

Beneficiary country: 
Kizito Bada Joseph Uganda Né(e) le 9 October 1969 dans Maracha, Uganda
Country of study: 
Last degree obtained: 

Hohai University, Nanjing, People’s Republic of China: Master of Science in Computer Application Technology (9 April 2002).

Scholarly work and publications: 

An empirical study on education strategy to the e-learning, IEEE, ISBN 13:978-0-7695-2633-1 (2006).

Management Information System, ISBN 9970-706-047. First published in 2005 by Uganda Institute of Bankers, Uganda.

Practices of adopting e-skills for teaching and learning in Ugandan schools, ISBN 978-972-8924-58-4, IADIS, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2008).

Towards viable technology for HIV / AIDS education: ISBN 978-1-905824-11-3, IST Africa, Kampala, Uganda (2009).

A framework for designing web-based HIV / AIDS preventive education and counseling services to youth: a Ugandan perspective, ISBN 978-972-8924-83-6, Algarve, Portugal (2009).

Pedagogical and conceptual design of an e-learning environment for HIV / AIDS education, ISBN 978-9970-02- 738-5, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda (2009).

Design and development of computer games: a pedagogical perspective for HIV / AIDS prevention in schools, ISBN 1-880094-76-2, Vancouver, Canada (2009).

What the fellow says:

"“The fellowship contributed to the implementation of Social Networking and Computer Games for HIV Prevention Education at St. Mary’s College, Kisubi, Gayaza High School and Kyambogo College."