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Dr. J.M. Okwadi Tukei, Ph.D

Dr. J.M. Okwadi Tukei, Ph.D
Dr. J.M. Okwadi Tukei, Ph.D HOD Monitoring, Evaluation & Project Planning / Academic Staff Representative Council

Dr. J.M. Okwadi Tukei, Ph.D is head of department monitoring, evaluation and project planning at Uganda Technology And Management University (UTAMU).

Dr. Tukei is a confident, effective, creative thinker, natural team player and leader in a changing environment with a relaxed style in achieving set goals through the development and motivation of people. His career goal is to pursue an excellent and successful career in development planning while playing an innovative role that will turn into valuable contribution towards the achievement of the organizational goals.

Over the years Dr. Tukei has gained administrative, managerial, networking, interpersonal relations, problem solving and co-ordination experience with the ability to relate well with people at all levels while ensuring jobs are seen through, from conception to successful completion.

Journal Articles

  1. J.M.O.Tukei1, G.Kayeijar2, Mary Basasa3 Risk Management and Patients’ Vulnerability to Clinical Risks in Kibuli Police Dental Clinic, International Journal of Technology and Management, Vol.1 (1): pp. 1-10.
  2. J.M.O.Tukei1, E. P. Odubuker2, C.Bennon Basheka3 The influence of Risk Identification and Staff performance in Kampala Metropolitan Police, International Journal of Technology and Management, Vol.1 (2): pp. 1-11.
  3. J.M.O.Tukei1, E. P. Odubuker2, Benon Basheka3 The relationship between Risk Analysis and Staff Performance of Kampala Metropolitan Police, International Journal of Technology and Management, Vol.1 (2): pp. 1-13.
  4. Perry Gamba1, J.M.O. Tukei2 & S.Birungi3 Community Factors and Utilization of Monitoring and Evaluation Results: Evidence from Malaria Control Programs’ Implementation in Mukono District.
  5. Peter Achire Joseph1, J.M.O.Tukei2, Lyn Tukei3 & C.D.Alupo4The influence of human capacity for M&E on the Performance of M&E systems of NGOs in Juba, South Sudan. International Journal of Technology and Management, Vol.6, (1): pp. 1-10.
  6. Perry Gamba1, J.M.O. Tukei2 & S.Birungi3 Decision Factors and the Utilization of Monitoring and Evaluation Findings in Programs Implementation: A Case of the Ugandan Malaria Control Program. International Journal of Technology and Management, Issue Volume 5. Issue II,pp. 1-10, December, 2020.
  7. Perry Gamba1, J.M.O. Tukei2 & S.Birungi3 Effect of Implementation Factors on Monitoring & Evaluation Results Utilization: Evidence from the Malaria Control Programs in Mukono District, Central Uganda. International Journal of Technology and Management, Issue Volume 5. Issue II,pp. 1-8, December, 2020.
  8. Joanita Biira1, J.M.O.Tukei2  & Fred Mbooma. Risk Avoidance Strategies and Performance of Total Uganda Limited International. Journal of Technology and Management, Vol.6, (1): pp. 1-6.
  9. Innocent Ssemanda, Jerry Banda, Choolwe Jacobs & J. M. O. Tukei, Implementation fidelity of trichiasis surgery program in Northern and Eastern Uganda.International Journal of Innovative Research and Knowledge.Volume-6,Issue-11,November,2021. Available at:www.ijirk.com. ISSN-2213-1356
  10. Innocent Ssemanda, Patrick Kaonga, Choolwe Jacobs, J. M. O. Tukei & Oluseye A. Ogunbayo Effectiveness and efficacy of implementing the “SAFE” strategy for the elimination of trachoma and other related blindness in African communities: A Systematic Review and a meta-analysis. International Journal of Innovative Research and Knowledge.Volume-6, Issue-11, November, 2021.
  11.  S.Birungi1, J.M.O.Tukei2, Charles Tushabomwe-Kazooba3 & Adrian Rwekaza Mwesigye4 Nature of Performance Management of Academic Staff performance in Private Universities in Uganda: A Case of Bishop Stuart University. Vol.6, (1): pp. 1-11.
  12. S.Birungi1, J.M.O.Tukei2, C.Tushabomwe-Kazooba3 & A.R.Mwesigye 4. The Role of Management Practices on Academic staff Performance in Private Universities in Uganda: A Case of Bishop Stuart. Vol.6, (1): pp. 1-16.
  13. (2016). The relationship between Risk Analysis and Staff Performance of Kampala Metropolitan Police. International Journal of Technology and Management, Vol.l (2): p. 1-13.  

Books & Chapters

  1. Tukei, J. M. O. (2011). The Effect of Staff Turnover on Staff Performance of the UPMS, Nsambya: Effect of Employee Turnover on Staff Performance. LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
  2. Tukei, J.M.O. (2011) An Analysis of Employee Turnover on Staff Performance in Uganda Police Force. LAP LAMBERT Academic publishing GmbH and Co. KG and Licensors. ISBN: 978-3-8454-1943-5
  3. Tukei, J. M. O. (2014) Risk Management and patients’ Vulnerability to Clinical Risks in Uganda: A case of Kibuli Police Dental Clinic. LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing.

Conference Proceedings

  1. M.O.Tukei1, E. P. Odubuker2, Birungi3, Elem4, Lyn Tukei 5 & C.D.Alupo 6, A diagnosis of risk response planning in Kampala Metropolitan Police.
  2. M.O.Tukei1, Mohammed Menya2, Ongodia Ekomolot 3, Lyn Tukei 4 & C.D.Alupo5. Examining motivation as a key component of staff retention in the Uganda Police Health Services.
  3. M.O.Tukei1, Mohammed Menya2, Ongodia Ekomolot 3, Lyn Tukei 4 & C.D.Alupo5. Leadership styles, workplace environment and reward mechanisms in the Uganda Police Health Services.
  4. M.O.Tukei1, Mohammed Menya2, Ongodia Ekomolot 3, Lyn Tukei 4 & C.D.Alupo5. Health personnel attrition and performance of Uganda Police Health Services.
  5. M.O.Tukei1, E. P. Odubuker2, S.Birungi3, K.Elem4, Lyn Tukei5, C.D.Alupo6.Risk monitoring and control: a critical analysis of Kampala Metropolitan Police.
  6. M.O.Tukei1, E. P. Odubuker2, Birungi3, Elem4, Lyn Tukei 5, C.D.Alupo 6.The role of inputs in enhancing canine unit performance in the Uganda Police Canine Unit.
  7. M.O.Tukei1, S.Birungi2, K.Elem3, Lyn Tukei 4, C.D.Alupo 5.Enhancing Process Management and Performance of Uganda Police Canine Unit.
  8. M.O.Tukei1, S.Birungi2, K.Elem3, Lyn Tukei4 & C.D.Alupo 5 Strengthening linkages between evaluation and research with the Performance of Uganda Police Canine.
  9. Aleper1, J.M.O.Tukei2, Lyn Tukei3, C.D.Alupo4 Planning and success of the modern housing projects in Moroto district-Uganda.
  10. Elem1, J.M.O.Tukei2, S.Birungi3, Lyn Tukei 4 & C.D.Alupo 5. Effect of fleet planning on internal customer satisfaction with transport services in Uganda Police Force.
  11. Elem1, J.M.O.Tukei2, S.Birungi3, Lyn Tukei 4 & C.D.Alupo 5. Effect of fleet Administration on internal customer satisfaction with transport services in Uganda Police Force.
  12. Elem1, J.M.O.Tukei2, S.Birungi3, Lyn Tukei 4 & C.D.Alupo 5. Effect of fleet maintenance on internal customer satisfaction with transport services in Uganda Police Force.
  13. Aleper1, J.M.O.Tukei2, Lyn Tukei3, C.D.Alupo4 The impact of Initiation process towards Modern housing project in the communities of Moroto District-Uganda.

Online Resourses

Ugandan Office

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