Recipients of PSC Small Grant Awards
Fertility behaviors among recent university graduates: A cohort follow-up study in Kampala-Uganda
Charles Katulamu studies fertility behaviors of highly educated young women and men situated in a low-income context (Uganda) by exploring changes in how and why they are compelled into romantic relationships, unions, and marriages plus the child bearing decisions during early transitions into adulthood while surrounded by unemployment constraints. He is also intrigued to investigate their knowledge about, experiences with, behaviors around, and attitudes towards fertility control and limiting process not limited to contraceptive use and abortion. Being the youngest country in the world, Uganda is yet to uncover its fertility path which draws my intent to examine the fertility behaviors of her population.
“Through my works, I hope to complete my publishable paper, and have a scholarly contribution to the fields of higher education, fertility ,and cultural processes.”