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Title: The Effects of Culture on Gender Discrimination of Women in Uganda: Case Study of Ruteete Subcounty, Kabarole District.
Authors: Baguma, Dinah
Keywords: Culture
Gender
Discrimination of Women
Kabarole District.
Issue Date: Jul-2012
Publisher: Kampala International University, School of law
Abstract: The location and geography of Tooro: Toorolies North of the equator within latitude one degree north and longitudes 30 degrees west and 32 degrees east. It lies at the foot of Mount Rwenzori and is crossed by the Western rift valley. It has a high altitude of between 1500-3000 metres above sea level. The predominant soil type is sandy clay loam as parent rock is volcanic ash. The land of Tooro is dotted with many volcanic hills and crator lakes. Some of these lakes are found in Rweteera and 2 Nyaruzigati.3Tooro receives rains between August and October and March and May. The dry seasons are in June-July and January-February. The temperature is regarded warm and mild. Tooro is located on the western Ugandan boarder with the Democratic Republic of Congo. The social-geographical boundaries of Tooro can be defined as the historical and administrative dimension,4 Psycho-social dimension as well as on its land, ancestry and historical dimension. Generally, the people of Tooro include those in Kabarole, Kaseese, Bundibugyo, Kyenjojo and Kamwenge districts.
Description: A Dissertation Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Award of a Bachelor’s Degree of Laws of Kampala International University.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/4483
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