As a fast growing institution, the afternoon of Friday September 22nd 2017 saw a team from Makerere University College of Health Sciences School of Public Health (MakSPH) host 2 Irish Parliamentarians Hon. Jam
The Belgian Development Agency in Uganda (BTC-Uganda), through the ‘Support to Skilling Uganda’ (SSU) program, works with the Ugandan Ministry of Education and Sports to increase the employability of youth.
On the afternoon of Wednesday 6th September, the RAN team attended a brief training to be sensitized on the Ugandan Cyber Laws. The training was facilitated by the National Information and Technology Authority-
Like Prof. William Bazeyo, Dean MakSPH and RAN Chief of Party has always put it both in writing and speech, ‘Be a Contribution’, the afternoon of Wednesday August 30, 2017 saw him, share the State of Makere
There is need for all of us to remain creative in order to meet life’s demands and improve the communities in which we live and serve. Like Professor William Bazeyo, Dean Makerere University School of Public
The Improved Push and Pull Innovation project’s 2nd phase kicked off early this year in Uganda’s Iganga District, Buyanga sub-County. This implementation phase is guided by three objectives including the fo
On Tuesday August 15, 2017, part of the RAN team under the leadership of Associate Professor Lynn Atuyambe, Makerere University School of Public Health (MakSPH) and Dr. Roy William Mayega, ResilientAfrica Netwo
Communication can be defined as the process of encoding a message and sending it to another individual or group of people using a specific medium. It is important to note that communication is increasingly beco