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State of African Resilience Report launched in Washington D.C. USA

“Understanding Dimensions of Vulnerability and Adaptation” The bright afternoon of Wednesday March 11, 2015 in Washington D.C saw David Ferguson, Director, Center for Development Innovation, U.S Global
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Partnership for Health & Sustainable Development

Makerere University School of Public Health ResilientAfrica Network (RAN) joined the other development partners including; the American University of Beirut Lebanon and Chatham University USA in a Steering Comm
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RAN accelerating Female participation in Science and Technology

MakSPH ResilientAfrica Network (RAN) accelerating Female participation in Science and Technology “Educate the Girl Child and Build the Nation” 2015, a year of great partnership as we work towards positively
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The Collaborative Resilience Innovation Design (CRID)

A powerful alternative approach to developing system level innovations aligned to RILab Intervention Pathways. In addition to the Crowd-Sourcing Approach (using innovation exhibitions) and Design Thinking Co-Cr
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ResilientAfrica Network’s Ignite Innovator Series

“Creating an Enabling Ecosystem for Resilience Innovations” The potential for innovation at the universities and communities cannot be under estimated. It is paramount that we stop working in silos, embrace
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Managing Innovation Workshop

The workshop on Managing Innovation held January 29-30, 2015 served as a visioning and planning workshop where RAN partners discussed and planned on the best strategies and approaches to ensure operational, suc
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The Team at the NeedFinding Workshop

Understanding the degree of importance of understanding what the real needs in the communities are. With NeedFinding, the Innovators feel empowered of what they are out to do/design. The multi-disciplinary appr
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NeedFinding Workshop : Practitioners share their insights

  Practitioners from Grameen Foundation and Thoughtworks joined the team from Stanford University -ChangeLabs and the RAN team to facilitate the Need Finding Workshop. Participants include innovators and I
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DP results dissemination at the Kampala Serena Hotel

On Friday January 23 2015, policy makers, Government civil servants, academicians and the RAN team convened at Kampala Serena Hotel for the Deliberative Polling (DP), community consultations results disseminati
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Deliberative Polling (DP) dissemination in Mbale, Uganda

It was a very engaging session at the Mbale Resort Hotel in Uganda as Makerere University School of Public Health ResilientAfrica Network (RAN) team disseminated results from the very first Deliberative Polling