Mr. Denis Byabashaija Mujuni

Denis Byabashaija Mujuni

Name: Mr. Denis Byabashaija Mujuni
Job Title: Senior Research Officer
Qualifications: Diploma in Agribusiness, Export and Marketing Management from Galilee College, Israel; Master of Business Administration (MBA from Makerere University Business School (MUBS), Degree of Master of Science (MSc.) from the International Institute for Aerospace Survey and Earth Sciences (ITC), the Netherlands; Forestry; Degree of Bachelor of Science in Forestry (BSc. Forestry) from Makerere University
Expertise: Plantation forestry/Silviculture, Forest Planning and Management, Project planning, Agri-business, Forest certification and eco-labeling
Research Interests Evaluating the performance of species and provenances; Site species matching; Value chain for cashew nuts; Social capital and team performance.

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Selected Publications: 1. Fred Kalanzi, Susan Nansereko, Joel Buyinza, Peter Kiwuso1, Yonah Turinayo, Christine Mwanja, George Niyibizi, Samuel Ongerep, Jude Sekatuba, Denis Mujuni (2015). Socio-economic analysis of beekeeping enterprise in communities adjacent to Kalinzu forest, Western Uganda. International Journal of Research on Land-use Sustainability : 81-90, 2015, ISSN: 2200-5978.

2. Denis Byabashaija Mujuni, Fred Kalanzi and Miriam Masibo Gisujje, (2015).Bamboo handbook.LAMBERT Academic Publishers. ISBN 978-3-659-40290-6.

3. Byabashaija Mujuni Denis, (2014). Management of Organization Transition in the public sector. LAMBERT Academic Publishers. ISBN 978-3-659-64947-9.

4. Mujuni Denis B, Esegu J F O and Kiwuso Peter (2012).The role of social capital in building a shared need for a genuine cause in farmer groups; Experience from Teso Organic Cashew Farmers Organization. A paper presented during the 2nd International Cashew Conference held at Hotel Africana, Kampala Uganda. Published by CAB International 2012. ISBN: 978 1 84593

5. Kiwuso Peter, Esegu J F O, Mujuni Denis B and EpiraOtala (2012). Key pests and diseases of Cashew nut in Uganda and management options used so far. A paper presented during the 2nd International Cashew Conference held at Hotel Africana, Kampala Uganda. Published by CAB International 2012 ISBN: 978 1 84593

6. Esegu J F O, Mujuni Denis B and Okilan J (2012). Low cost processing of cashew nuts (Anarcadium occidentale) in Uganda. A paper presented during the 2nd International Cashew Conference held at Hotel Africana, Kampala Uganda. Published by CAB International 2012SBN: 978 1 84593

7. J.F.O. Esegu, D.B. Mujuni and P. Kiwuso (2012).Status of the Cashew Industry in Uganda. A paper presented during the 2nd International Cashew Conference held at Hotel Africana, Kampala Uganda. Published by CAB International 2012ISBN: 978 1 84593

8. Samson Gwali, Paul Okullo, David Hafashimana and Denis Mujuni Byabashaija (2010). Diversity and composition of trees and shrubs in Kasagala forest: a semi-arid savanna woodland in central Uganda" .(Journal of Tropical Conservation Science Vol.3 (3):319-333, 2010).| ISSN 1940-0829 | Tropicalconservationscience.org.


9. I Kiyingi I, JMKidiya, S Gwali, POkullo and DM Byabashaija (2010). Tree species composition, structure and utilisation in Maruzi Hills Forest Reserve in Uganda. -SOUTHERN FORESTS ISSN 2070–2620 EISSN 2070–2639 doi: 10.2989/20702620.2010.507464

Technical reports

10. D B Mujuni,(2008). Entandrophragma utile. In Plant Resources of Tropical Africa (PROTA) 7 (1) Timber 1. Editors; D Louppe, A.A. Oteng-Amoako and M. Brink.

11. Byabashaija M .D, Esegu J.F.O, Kidiya J.M, Basoga .M and Ondia R.K, (2004). Traditional uses of indigenous tree species in Nakasongola, Mbale, Sironko and Kapchorwa districts. Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences.

12. Byabashaija Mujuni Denis, (2003). Value addition and marketing of bamboo products in Uganda; A paper presented during the regional workshop on stimulating opportunities for market based development of bamboo in Eastern Africa (15-19 July, 2003 at Grand Imperial Hotel, Kampala).

13. Byabashaija D. M, (2003). Review and Synthesis of the State of Knowledge of Boswellia Species and Commercialization of Frankincense in the Drylands of Eastern Africa; Ugandan Report. Edited by Ben Chikamai. Published by FAO, EU & FORNESA.

14. Kiwuso. P,Byabashaija D .M& Esegu. F,(2003). Contribution of Forest Research to Plantation Development In Uganda. In “Synthesis of past research and evaluation of research impact on plantation development in East Africa”. Edited by Obala P, Kiwuso P & Nshubemuki L. Published by FAO, EU & FORNESA.

15. Esegu JFO and Byabashaija M.D,(2002). Issues of Sustainable Forest Management and Conservation in the Mt. Elgon Region. A paper presented to the Integrated Management of Lake Kyoga Basin Project Design Workshop (13th-15th June, 2002) in Mt. Elgon Hotel, Mbale.

16. Byabashaija Mujuni Denis, (2002). Consolidating experiences from training and capacity building in forestry extension; Translating lessons into design features in Uganda. Proceedings of the 5th IUFRO Extension Working party (S6.06-03) Symposium 2001, Held at the University of Melbourne, Australia, {http: www.mtg.unimelb.edu.au/iufro/Abstracts/denis.htm} .

17. Byabashaija Mujuni Denis, (2002). Agroforestry research and development in Uganda; A paper presented during the Agroforestry study visit to Malawi and Zambia on January 20 -30, 2002 sponsored by the Technical Center for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA).

18. Byabashaija Mujuni Denis, (2001).Engaging the CFM Vision: Where do we Begin? The Forestry Collaborators. A newsletter of the CFM Unit of the Forest Department. Issue NO. 4, July 2001.

19. Byabashaija Mujuni Denis, (2001).Forestry for the Future: Plantation Forestry in Uganda; FORRI, News. A publication of the Forestry Resources Research Institute (FORRI). Issue NO.1 of June 2001.

20. Byabashaija Mujuni Denis, (2001). Indigenous Knowledge: A living laboratory for Biodiversity and Ecological Conservation. The Woodsman, A Newsletter of the Forest Department (Ministry of Water, Lands and Environment) Issue NO. 7, July 2001
21. Byabashaija M.D, Kahembwe. F and Ndemere. P, (2001). Management of Natural Forests in Uganda. In "Agriculture in Uganda". Published by Fountain Publishers/CTA/NARO.
22. J.Roux, T.A. Coutinho, D. Mujuni Byabashaija and M. J. Wingfield, (2001). Diseases of Plantation Eucalyptus in Uganda. South African Journal of Science 97, January/February 2001.

23. Banana. A.Y, Kanabahita .C and Byabashaija M.D, (2000). Provisional Methodology for the assessment of trees outside Forests in Uganda. Proceedings of the Workshop on Strengthening Information Systems for Sustainable Forest Management in Uganda-Jinja (10-12 April, 2000)- EU Commission, Forest Department and FAO.

24. Byabashaija Mujuni Denis, (2000).Role of Forestry in poverty alleviation and food security. A paper presented during the National Workshop on implementation of Catchment Afforestation Pilot Project (CAPP) 6th - 7th January 2000 at the DFI, Mukono.

25. Byabashaija Mujuni Denis, (1999). The Socio-Economic relevance and impact of Forest conservation in Uganda. A paper presented during the Darwin Initiative training course on Plant Conservation Strategies for East Africa, NMK, Nairobi, Kenya.

26. Byabashaija M.D, Ødegard. A and Kityo P.W, (1998). Pre-audit for FSC Certification of Budongo Forest Reserve in Western Uganda. Project report on Forest Certification, (Sweden & South Africa).

27. Byabashaija Mujuni Denis (1998). The relevancy of Forest Certification to Uganda. A paper presented during a sensitization seminar on Forest Certification for Key Stakeholders at Nyabyeya Forestry College.

28. Byabashaija Mujuni Denis (1995). Fuelwood pricing and its impact on wood energy based industrial enterprises; A case study of bakeries, and lime industries in lloilo and Guimaras provinces, the Philippines, MSc. thesis) - ITC, Enschede, the Netherlands.

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