Throughout the week of February 8-12, 2016, the RAN team at Makerere University School of Public Health ResilientAfrica Network (RAN) had the opportunity to interact with the Dexis Consulting Group (a team of three young, knowledgeable and flexible ladies). The Consulting Group engaged the Makerere University Leadership, students, faculty, RAN staff, partners, innovators, direct grant beneficiaries and non-beneficiaries among others to gather insights to inform the Higher Education Solutions Network (HESN) Evaluation. It was a rich knowledge generation and sharing opportunity for all participants as the RAN fraternity interactively shared about innovation, Science and Technology, thinking outside the box to develop solutions directed towards addressing communities’ most pressing needs.


Part of the RAN Team led by Prof. William Bazeyo, RAN Chief of Party pose for a group photo with the Dexis Evaluation Team at the RAN Innovation Lab on Monday February 8, 2016.

Appreciating the RAN Innovation Lab in use. The Lab can be re-set to suit any needs, all furniture is movable to allow for flexibility in activities' implementation

In the RAN Upper Innovation Lab Space  with Dr. Dorothy Okello, RAN Director Innovation

Interaction with the RAN Director Innovation Dr. Dorothy Okello (Far right)

Meeting with the RAN Senior Technical Advisor, Prof. David Serwadda (Left hand side)

With Dr. Roy William Mayega, RAN Deputy Chief of Party (First on the right hand side) in the lower RAN Innovation Lab

With Prof. David Serwadda, RAN Technical Advisor

With Prof. William Bazeyo, RAN Chief of Party (Far left) outside the RAN Innovation Lab

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