Thank you all for the continued support. We have kept the creativity candle burning for the benefit of all those in need!
It is with joy that we share with you a collection of stories on events, knowledge generation and sharing opportunities, open challenges among others for the months of September and October 2017. As we continue to scale several of the innovative solutions currently under incubation at the RAN Innovation Lab, join Makerere University School of Public Health ResilientAfrica Network (RAN) and their partners to further support innovations as solutions to communities’ most pressing challenges. Access the innovation profiles and full stories (by clicking the linked words underlined in green on this Bulletin) at www.ranlab.org.
From the far left to the right-hand side are Dr. Roy William Mayega, RAN Deputy Chief of Party; Michelle Bekkering, Deputy Assistant Administrator, Bureau for Economic Growth, Education and Environment and Dr. Dorothy Okello, RAN Director Innovation in Washington D.C, USA. This was after a discussion on the need to do more gender and innovations related work during the 2017 Global Innovation Week September 28-29, 2017. Follow the proceedings at the 2017 Global Innovation Week on Twitter using hashtag #2017GIW. It is also exciting to note that USAID has launched a new gender and ICT survey tool too to further enhance work around gender and ICT in service of the communities in need. Details about Michelle are accessible on https://giw2017.sched.com/speaker/michellebekkeringdeputyassistantadministratorbureauforeconomicgrowtheducationa#.Wc-FiHpAYLg.email and @mbekkering
RAN 19th Innovation Garage held on Friday September 29, 2017