Dorothy Kabagaju Okello

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In recent years, proliferation of wireless devices has increased wireless access to nearly all of the world's population and use of services like mobile systems, GPS and Wi-Fi. Users are mobile, dynamic and majority prefer the 30MHz - 3000MHz band of the 300GHz spectrum due to propagation and equipment feasibility, rendering spectrum finite and constrained(More)
BACKGROUND There are concerns that the evidence from studies showing noninferiority of oral amoxicillin to benzyl penicillin for severe pneumonia may not be generalizable to high-mortality settings. METHODS An open-label, multicenter, randomized controlled noninferiority trial was conducted at 6 Kenyan hospitals. Eligible children aged 2-59 months were(More)
A cross-sectional survey was conducted in neonatal and maternity units of five Kenyan district public hospitals. Data for 1 year were obtained: 3999 maternal and 1836 neonatal records plus tallies of maternal deaths, deliveries and stillbirths. There were 40 maternal deaths [maternal mortality ratio: 276 per 100 000 live births, 95% confidence interval(More)
Rural access to ICT has been highlighted as key in driving development. It is argued that rural access to ICT boosts production, improves household income, reduces inequalities and widens market options. The Uganda government in 2001 put in place a rural ICT access policy named the Rural Communications Development Policy (RCDP) that provided for a Rural(More)
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