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AidData Summer Fellows Meet & Greet with RAN Interns

On Tuesday June, 16th the RAN Team together with Student Interns 2015 were excited to host the second cohort of AidData Summer Fellows from USA. The Fellows under the AidData Summer Fellow Program are from diff
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RAN4Gals Uganda Technovation Challenge

The afternoon of Thursday June 4 and morning of Friday June 5, 2015 brought together over 200 participants to the Makerere University ResilientAfrica Network (RAN) Innovation Lab in an effort to encourage more
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RAN4Gals Uganda Technovation Challenge

The afternoon of Thursday June 4 and morning of Friday June 5, 2015 brought together over 200 participants to the Makerere University ResilientAfrica Network (RAN) Innovation Lab in an effort to encourage more
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The RAN’s First “State of African Resilience” Report Launched in Makerere University, Uganda

“Can we do things differently to improve people’s lives?” The midafternoon of Friday May 8, 2015 saw the big event of the launch of the first annual “State of African Resilience” Report in Makerere Un
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RAN 2015 Partners’ Forum May 6-7, 2015

Synthesizing resilience dimensions and problem sets. The purpose of the fourth annual ResilientAfrican Network (RAN) Partners’ Forum was to discuss and establish the link between resilience dimensions, proble
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MakSPH RAN at The White House, Washington D.C

Prof. William Bazeyo (in navy blue suit), Dean Makerere University School of Public Health and Chief of Party RAN/Lab Director joined the USAID Washington D.C Team at the White House to discuss issues related t
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MKITs LAUNCH AT RAN

Micro/Modular/Mobile Knowledge, Information and Teachings (MKITs) launched to inform RAN’s Objective 3   “The power of documentation” As we embrace the rainy season in Uganda, it was a sunny afternoon on
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Strengthening resilience building strategies in West Africa.

The Intervention Strategy Workshop (ISW) held March 23-25, 2015 in the West Africa Resilience Innovation Lab hosted by University for Development Studies (UDS), Tamale Ghana attracted 23 participants drawn from
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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