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The Resilience Innovation Challenge 4 Food Security and improved Income Generation (RIC4FIG) Pitching Event

The Southern Africa Resilience Innovation Lab (SA RILab) held a successful pitching event on May 12, 2015 at the University of Pretoria Graduate Centre. Twenty shortlisted innovators selected from 175 applicant
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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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Girl Rising BarCamp at RAN on April 30, 2015

“Ladies seem to be sorted out, afraid, less motivated or shy away from leadership, what is your say?” The drive to interest more females in ICT in Uganda dates way back as early as 2000 with organizatio
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Ethnography (Needfinding) surveys series

The community is at the core of RAN’s work Makerere University School of Public Health Resilient Africa Network (RAN), Eastern Africa Resilience Innovation Lab (EA RILab) in an effort to further engage with t
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Peer to Peer Learning in Northern Uganda

The visit to Gulu University in Northern Uganda, 8th- 9th April 2015 for Peer to Peer Learning was conducted under the theme “Embracing community led innovations”. Peer education involves children, young pe
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Strengthening partnership with the International Health Sciences University (IHSU) in Kampala, Uganda

ResilientAfrica Network (RAN) team visited the International Health Sciences University (IHSU) in Kampala on 11th March 2015 as one of the reach out activities in the region aimed at building the capacity of st
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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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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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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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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