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CAMTech Uganda Global Surgery Hack-a-thon

“Joining efforts to work towards shifting the paradigm of surgical care globally” The CAMTech Uganda Global Surgery Hack-a-thon which was held between August 26th and 28th at Mbarara University of Science a
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RAN – CURAD in agreement to grow Innovation

The mid-morning of Friday August 19th 2016 saw a team of 4 RAN representatives (Nathan Tumuhamye, Harriet Adong, Deborah Natujuna and Brian Ndyaguma-Team Lead) meet with the Consortium for enhancing University
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Youth Spark Innovation Grants (YSiG) Capacity Building Training in West Africa Resilience Innovation Lab (WA RILab)-Ghana

West Africa Resilience Innovation Lab (WA RILab) – ResilientAfrica Network (RAN) University of Development Studies – Tamale, Ghana Youth Spark Innovation Grants (YSiG) Capacity Building Training Res
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Innovation Seminar @ MakCHS

School of Public Health-ResilientAfrica Network (RAN) facilitated an Innovations Seminar at the Makerere University College of Health Sciences on Wednesday August 18, 2016. The seminar, which was guided by the
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The 2016 Uganda Technovation Challenge.

This year’s challenge focused mainly on Pitching of submitted Innovations started with introductions of the schools, Institutions, Universities, other stakeholders as well as the RAN team members present. The
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Pre -Technovation Challenge Event, July 21st 2016

Gender differences have been one of the pressing issues in most of the communities in Africa. This is majorly because, men were considered to be the “Bulls” of the family and women were taken to be inferior
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Innovation BootCamp at Muhimbili University in Tanzania July 28 – 29, 2016

ResilientAfrica Network (RAN), through the Eastern Africa Resilience Innovation Lab (EA RILab) in partnership with Muhimbili University of Health & Allied Sciences (MUHAS), a Network Plus Partner University
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Enhancing Innovation Support through the RAN Pitch Tuesdays

The community, students and faculty all look forward to Tuesdays at the ResilientAfrica Network (RAN) because this is when the ‘Pitch Tuesday’ sessions are held. Pitch Tuesday is a weekly event that offers
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Quenching Communication Thirst

Communication is a two-way process of reaching mutual understanding, in which participants not only exchange information, news, ideas and feelings, but also create and share meaning. It is simply a way of conne
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Design Thinking and Business Modeling Training for the Youth at RAN July 15th & 19th, 2016

On 15th and 19th July, the RAN team organized a Design Thinking and Business Modeling training for the 80 participants including youth from the SmartUp Factory, a youth hub under Plan International Uganda and s