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My Success Story

I have always believed that I am capable of providing solutions to those in need like the ones born in captivity, people living in vulnerable conditions and communities, but more so the innocent mothers and chi
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Other Projects

Other Innovative Projects from Pitching Sessions, Garage Events, Hackathons, Outreach Events etc. Introduction: RAN has been engaging with diverse innovators in a bid to increase the quality of innovative proje
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Rapid Solar Dryer

Team Members: Dr. Robinah Kulabako (Team Leader), Dr. Philip Nyenje, Mr. Swaib Semiyaga, Mr. Mohammed Ssemwanga. The need: Majority of rural farmers rely on sun drying of seed produce before it is ready for the
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Kungula

Maize Thresher (Innovators: Stephen Ssekanyo (Team leader E-mail: sekanstephen@gmail.com), Pidson Abaho and Samalie Nakaggwe)                             The need: InUganda facts and figures from
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RAN in the Media

October Deliberative Polling in SA RILab-Malawi WENPA: Adjumani patients receive new tents, beds CNN: The biomedical smart jacket that diagnoses pneumonia using Bluetooth September 2017 BBC Minute: On using an
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STEM Uganda 2016 Girls’ Camp

Achieving more through partnerships ‘Supporting and encouraging more female participation in Science and Technology through the STEM Uganda Girls Camp 2016’ Makerere University School of Public Health –
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The 2nd HESN Movie Night at Makerere University Main Hall

The engaging 2nd HESN Movie Night at the magnificent Makerere University Main Hall on Thursday October 8, 2015 Makerere University, School of Public Health – ResilientAfrica Network (RAN) held the 2nd Hig
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The Good Governance Mentorship Forum (GGM Forum) @ RAN

‘Innovation is more than Information and Communications Technology (ICT). It can be an approach or just a unique or different (with value add) way of doing things’ shared Dr. Roy William Mayega, RAN Deputy
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Innovating Justice Bootcamp Kampala held at RAN, Friday September 23, 2016

The 2016 Innovating Justice Boostcamp held on Friday September 23rd 2016, attracted 100 multidisciplinary participants including mentors and judges to listen to the pitches from 6 promising Justice Innovators f
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Inter – Disciplinary Engagement in the 1st Social Design Clinic at RAN

Makerere University, School of Public Health ResilientAfrica Network (RAN) launched its very 1st “Social Design Clinic” on Friday October 23, 2015 at the RAN Innovation Lab. The Social Design Clinic driven