Theodora Mondo T. Mwebesa

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Indigenous knowledge (IK) is an integral part of the culture and history of local communities. We need to learn from local communities to enrich the development process. IK systems are also dynamic; new knowledge is continuously added. IK is stored in people's memories, activities and is expressed and communicated orally and this posses a serious threat to(More)
The control of micro-organisms in laboratories is essential in order to prevent transmission of infections, reduce decomposition and spoilage of samples, and prevent unwanted microbial contamination. Indeed, concerns about transmitting infectious agents such as human immunodeficiency virus and hepatitis B virus have caused people associated with(More)
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