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Voices of the Indigenous Peoples of Uganda

Leveraging and Enhancing the Voices of the Indigenous Peoples of Uganda and Combating Child Trafficking in Karamoja, Uganda On August 31, 2023, Makerere University, School of Public Health, ResilientAfrica Netw
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Sustainable pathways in Karamoja-Uganda summit

USAID/Uganda through its partners held a Karamoja Learning Summit between September 12-14, 2023 in Uganda at Speke Resort Munyonyo. The theme for the Summit was “Sustainable Pathways to Food Security and Eco
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SafeBangle: A Guardian Angel for Women’s Safety

The SafeBangle Bracelet: A Guardian Angel for Women’s Safety and Empowerment “Congratulations SafeBangle Technologies team upon your win at the Datafest Vizquest competition” noted Dr. Roy William May
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Engagement with the University of Dodoma, Tanzania May 15-16, 2023

Efforts to improve Tanzania’s Education Sector Dissemination of Research Findings: Project Title: Tanzania Early Grade Social and Emotional Skills and Phonics-Based Literacy Learning Agenda  Multidisciplinar
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University Research Engagement and Capacity Strengthening Workshop in Uganda

LASER PULSE Conducts University Research Engagement and Capacity Strengthening Workshop in Kampala, Uganda On April 12-13, LASER PULSE convened university leaders and researchers from around sub-Saharan Africa
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USAID LASER PULSE Research for Development Learning Summit

The LASER PULSE consortium members (Purdue University, Indiana University, University of Notre Dame, Catholic Relief Services and Makerere University-ResilientAfrica Network) convened in Washington DC, for the
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Community Engagement sharing SafeBangle to end SGBV

On March 21, 2023, RAN researchers together with the team working on the SafeBangle under the umbrella of SafeBangle Technologies and Somero Uganda held Focus Group Discussions with the adolescent girls and wom
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The Power of Inclusion in Uganda

Around the world, USAID incorporates practices and policies into our programs to ensure that Indigenous peoples’ rights are upheld and their voices heard. Uganda is home to a rich diversity of Indigenous peo
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The 2nd Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility Kimeza

Voices of the Indigenous Peoples in Uganda at USAID Mission  On January 30th, 2023, representatives of the Ik and Tepeth communities, together with a team from Makerere University – ResilientAfrica Network (
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The Voices of the Indigenous People of Uganda

Uganda language policy requires rural schools to choose a dominant local language to use as the language of learning and teaching for the first three years of primary school, while English is taught as a subjec