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WHO WE ARE

Women’s Institute of Technology and Innovation was founded to promote gender equality and the economic empowerment of youth, especially girls and women, by encouraging greater youth participation in STEM fields and actively contributing to the budding STEM innovation and entrepreneurship sectors in Africa. The institute was founded on the pillar; Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls.

OUR MISSION

To support young women in local capacity building and skills development for Innovation, technology and leadership in Uganda, offering a collaborative environment for training, mentor-ship and knowledge sharing leading to a sustainable socio-economic development in the region.

OUR VISION

Our primary goal is to create employment opportunities for brilliant young women from underserved communities. We do this by empowering them with digital and entrepreneurial skills training and job connection. We use modern teaching methods like high-speed boot camps where the girls learn by doing and create real-world projects and systems. We offer short courses, certificates and diplomas on technology industry-relevant areas in Software Engineering and Data Science & AI. The graduates are thereafter connected to job opportunities.

WHAT WE DO

We promote gender equality and the economic empowerment of youth, especially girls and women, by encouraging greater youth participation in STEM fields and actively contributing to the budding STEM innovation and entrepreneurship sectors in Africa. The institute was founded on the pillar; Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls.

OUR CORE VALUES

Innovation and Technology, Integrity, Fidelity to the Institution, Professionalism, Openness to Diversity.

THE FACTS

World’s Youngest Population: 50% of Ugandans are under the age of 15 and 78% are younger than 30.


Education Level: 55.1% of Ugandans have attained some or completed primary education. Only 5.1% have acquired an education above secondary level.


Youth Unemployment: 70% of Ugandan youth are not formally employed for wages. Youth ages 15 to 30 make up 83% of Uganda’s unemployed.


Youth Poverty Rates: Highest youth poverty rates at 94%.

Our Expert Instructors

Muhame
Alon Muhame

DIRECTOR

Vivian
Vivian Doreen Nabbulo

INSTRUCTOR

Nanteza
Miriam Nanteza

INSTRUCTOR

Ampeire
Phemia Ampeire

INSTRUCTOR

Ken
Kenneth Wakabala

INSTRUCTOR