Reforming rural Education through Practical computer skills

What we do

Conduct practical computer sessions with learners from rural schools where access to Computer Labs, Electricity and other ICT resources is hindered by poverty and ignorance.

Train and equip teachers with computer skills to enable them pass this knowledge to their learners. Teachers are a key component of our ICT programs in schools, We aim to empower them with all the knowledge they need to advocate for improvement of ICT structures oi their schools at both school, community and district levels, without understanding the potential of ICT in Education, it teachers will not be in position to demand, lobby and advocate for ICT programs.


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Rural Learners reached

Community work

3 out-of-school computer sessions conducted across 2 communities of Kaitabawala in Mafubira sub county and Danida in Walukuba Division (Jinja District). Through these sessions, we trained and equipped 230 children from the communities with practical computer skills. (45 from Kaitabawala, 70 from Danida community centre and 100 from the second session and the community centre). 690 learners from across the 6 schools in Jinja District trained and equipped with computer skills.

School Outreach


Through our ICT programme, we have enabled pupils who have never touched and never dreamt of touching or using a computer in their life enjoy this experience and be inspired to desire more in their academic journey. Below is the impact our project has made since its inception in January 2022: 30 teachers introduced to the computer literacy modules and equipped with practical computer skills, including using Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, how to surf the internet and others.

“We understand the potential ICT has in promoting the academic excellence of learners. ICT Usage in schools improves access to academic information through browsing the internet while enabling learners to have a deeper understanding of their career aspirations”
Ntende Beka Isabirye- Team Leader

Our Training Team

Our Activities

Computer studies

90% of the rural schools in eastern Uganda neither have electricity nor the financial capacity to set up & maintain solar powered computer labs

Give an opportunity to the stakeholders (parents, local and other opinion leaders) to experience the potential that ICT use can bring in promoting education.