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2022 RENU Capacity Building Program Schedule

The schedule for the 2022 Capacity Building Program is out.

Please follow the updates on our pages in case of any amendments.

Capacity Building 2022

Latest News

RENU Network Reaches Kalangala District!

On 18th December 2021, the RENU network reached the L. Victoria Islands of Kalangala District, connecting the Kalangala District Health Office, under the CDC project.

Gradually bridging the rural-urban connectivity divide - NO researcher, university or school in Uganda should remain isolated!

RENU Reaches 250 Connected Sites

On 16th December 2021, the Lyantonde-DHO infectious diseases research facility, under the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Project, became the 250th site to get connected to the RENU network.

Thank you our members and partners.

The journey continues!

RENU Board Chairperson Inducted a Fellow of UNAS

RENU would like to congratulate Eng. Dr. Dorothy Okello, the RENU Board Chairperson and Dean, School of Engineering, College of Engineering, Design, Art and Technology (CEDAT), Makerere University, upon having been inducted a fellow of the Uganda National Academy of Sciences (UNAS).

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Heritage International School Joins eduroam!

On Friday 15th October 2021, Heritage International School became the 1st school in Uganda to join eduroam, bringing the number of institutions on eduroam to 25.

Employee of the Year 2021

Aaron Gad Okech

About Aaron Gad Okech

Aaron Gad Okech was recently voted by fellow staff as RENU’s Employee of the Year (EoY) 2021!

Aaron Gad, is part of the Finance Operations and Administration team at RENU, having joined the team in October 2019.

He is known for his exemplary commitment, dedication and sense of humor around the office. He has played a significant role in helping the team push and hit targets during the COVID-19 pandemic, especially in 2021.

RENU greatly appreciates Aaron for his commitment and efforts which have enabled the team to continuously provide the best service to the research and education community in Uganda throughout the pandemic.

Congratulations Aaron!