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makerere University
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Business, Communication, Conservation, Culture, Development, Education, Ethics, Gender, Innovation, Peace, Religion, Technology
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My name is Esther Ajambo a first year student pursuing a bachelor degree in library and information Science at the college of computing and information sciences at Makerere University Kampala Uganda. And Ugandan national.
I hope to connects with people across the globe and share experiences in the above checked fields-Innovation,Technology Religion Education among others.

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students photo contest 2013

Posted on September 25, 2013 at 5:47am 0 Comments

Reading at School

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At the Library

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