Mr. Charles Galabuzi

Charles Galabuzi

 
Name:  Mr. Charles Galabuzi
Job Title:  Research Officer/Community Forestry Scientist,
Qualifications:  MSc. Forestry (MAK), Bachelor of Community Forestry (MAK), Certificate in Research Methods applied in Social Studies of Science, Certificate in Research methods applied in Agroforestry systems  Certificate in scientific writing and publishing,
Certificate in Pedagogy
Certificate in Academic Staff capacity building and student mentorship
Certificate in Windows, MS-Word, Power point, Excel, MINITAB & SPSS
Expertise:  Social studies of agricultural sciences, Agroforestry, Ethno-ecology, Plant ecology, Medicinal plants, Environmental auditing & Conservation
Research Interests Social forestry, Ethno-pharmacology, Rangeland Ecology, Forest Ecology, Climate change, Food security

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Selected Publications:  1.    Charles Galabuzi, Gorettie Nsubuga Nabanoga, Paul Ssegawa, Joseph Obua & Gerald Eliu. 2016. Responses to Malaria Incidence in the Sango Bay Forest Reserve, Uganda. Human Ecology DOI: 10.1007/s10745-016-9855-4.

2.    Charles Galabuzi, Gorettie N. Nabanoga, Paul Ssegawa, Joseph Obua & Gerald Eilu 2015. Double jeopardy: bark harvest for malaria treatment and poor regeneration threaten tree population in a tropical forest of Uganda, African Journal of Ecology DOI: 10.1111/aje.12158.

3.    Charles Galabuzi, Gerald Eilu, Goretie Nsubuga Nabanog, Nelson Turyahabwe, Lucy Mulugo, Esezah Kakudidi & Nicole Sibelet 2015. Has the evolution process of forestry policies promote deforestation in Uganda? International Forestry Review 17(3):298-310.

4.    Charles  Galabuzi • Gerald Eilu • Lucy Mulugo •Esezah Kakudidi • John Robert Stephen Tabuti & Nicole Sibelet 2014.Strategies for empowering the local people to participate in forest restoration Agroforestry Systems 88:719–734 DOI 10.1007/s10457-014-9713-6.

5.    Galabuzi, C., J. G. Agea, B. L. Fungo & R. M. N Kamoga. 2010. Traditional medicine as an alternative form of health care system: A case study of Nangabo Sub-county Wakiso District, Central Uganda African Journal of Traditional Complementary & Alternative Medicine 7 (1): 00-00.

Theses
1.    Charles Galabuzi, 2008. Conservation and local utilization of key anti-malaria medicinal plants in the Sango Bay area, South- Central Uganda, Makerere University MSc. thesis, unpublished, Kampala, Uganda.

Technical reports
1    Fred Kabi, Charles Galabuzi, Gerald Eilu, William Ekere, John J. Okiror, Richard Batte & Wilson Serwanga 2017. General Rules and Guidelines for Admissions, teaching and learning at Makerere University, Kampala:  The Strengths, Weaknesses and Ways of Improvement. A policy review report to ACP-EU Co-operation Programme in Higher Education (EDULINK II).

2    Charles Galabuzi, Fred Kabi, Richard Batte, Gerald Eilu, John James Okiror & George William Ekere 2015. Current Attitude, Knowledge and skill needs of employers of agricultural science graduates in Uganda, A baseline research report to ACP-EU Co-operation Programme in Higher Education (EDULINK II).

3    Charles Galabuzi, Fred Kabi, Richard Batte, Gerald Eilu, John James Okiror & George William Ekere 2014. Current Knowledge Attitude and Perception of staff and students’ on agricultural science training at Makerere University, Uganda. A baseline research report to ACP-EU Co-operation Programme in Higher Education (EDULINK II).

4    Charles Galabuzi, Gerald Eilu, Willy Kakuru Daniel Waiswa Joseph Oriekot & Lawrence B Orikiriza 2013.Changes in Vegetation Belts in Response to Climate Change in Rwenzori Mountain National Park. A research report submitted to Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA), Kampala.

5    Gerald Eilu, Charles Galabuzi, Willy Kakuru Daniel Waiswa Joseph Oriekot & Lawrence B Orikiriza 2013. Impact of Climate Change on the Species of Restricted Range in Rwenzori Mountains National Park. A research report submitted to Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA), Kampala.

6    Birgit Habermann Charles Galabuzi, Gerald Eilu, Frederik Oberthür, Habtamu Yeshigat, Yonas Worku & Helen Teklu. 2013. Natural resource management revisited (NAREM): Analyzing ways of knowing in research projects in East Africa. Commission for Development Research at the OeAD-gmbH, P.170 https://kef-research.at/fileadmin/Dokumente/kef-research.at

7    Ismael O. Ochen & Charles Galabuzi 2011. Management Effectiveness, Ecological Monitoring and Livelihoods of Communities adjacent to Rwenzori Mountains National Park: A research report for Rwenzori Mountains Conservation and Environmental Management Project. WWF-International Project UG0023, Kasese, Uganda.

8    Charles Galabuzi 2009. Knowledge, Attitude and Practices of Local communities surrounding Rwenzori Mountains National Park. A research Report to the Rwenzori Mountains Conservation and Environmental Mnagement Project (RMCEMP) project. WWF-Uganda, Kampala.

9    Charles Galabuzi, Gerald Eilu, Joseph Obua & Paul Ssegawa, 2008. Propagating Anti-Malarial Medicinal Plants in the Sango Bay Area: A Handbook for Warburgia ugandensis, Syzygium guineense & Hallea rubrostipulata, pp10 UGANEB, Kampala.

10    Charles Galabuzi, J.R.S Tabuti, E. Kakudidi & G. Eilu, 2008. Traditional Ecological Knowledge, Management Practices, Use and Economic Dependence of Local Populations on Forests and Tree Based Resources: A state of Art Report for Mabira Forest Reserve, Central Uganda, FOREAIM.

11. Gerald Eilu, Paul Ssegawa, Joseph Obua & Charles Galabuzi, 2007. Conservation and sustainable Use of Key malaria medicinal plants in South-Central Uganda: Methodologies and experiences, technical report by UGANEB, Makerere University Kampala.

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