Location: Uganda

  • Continued Impact for Women and Girls In Uganda Through Employee Volunteering

    In our latest employee volunteering program, Team4Tech connected a skilled team from Cadence Design Systems with staff from our long-time NGO partner, Women In Technology Uganda (WITU), to empower young women and girls in Kampala through hands-on technology training and career development. Bridging the Technological Gender Gap 74% of Ugandans between the ages of 15-25…

  • Empowering Ugandan Learners Through an Impactful Volunteer Experience

    We welcome Michael Brazinski (Program Coordinator) from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies as our guest blogger this week. In this blog, Michael shares more about his impactful volunteer experience on location in Uganda. This summer, Team4Tech partnered with Middlebury College and two nonprofit organizations in Uganda, the African SOUP and S.O.U.L. Foundation, for an…

  • S.O.U.L. Foundation

  • African SOUP

  • Inspiring Teachers

  • Far Away Friends

  • Digital Literacy in Uganda with Far Away Friends

    The Poverty Cycle in Rural Uganda While talent is distributed equally, opportunity is not. For children growing up in rural Uganda, where 75% of children will not continue onto high school, and 1 in 4 girls will become pregnant by age 19, this harsh reality keeps children locked in cycles of generational poverty. The Importance…

  • Accelerating Digital Curriculum at S.O.U.L. Foundation

    S.O.U.L. Foundation Enables Sustainable Livelihoods S.O.U.L. Foundation partners with local Ugandan communities in breaking the cycle of poverty with programs that provide education and employment opportunities. Students develop marketable skills through digital literacy training, tailoring programs, and mentorship. S.O.U.L. also provides access to maternal health resources and workshops for women and families. Team4Tech’s first strategic…

    Team4Tech Chief Program Officer Lindsay poses with S.O.U.L. staff during visit to strategize partnership

  • Impacting Access to STEM for Women in Uganda with WITU

    Employment for Women and Girls in Uganda Over 60% of the population in Uganda is below the age of 30, and 74% of Ugandans between the ages of 15-25 are unemployed. The majority of them are young women who have either dropped out of school or did not acquire quality education due to poverty. Even…

    Women in Technology Uganda supports teaching skills in STEM for women in Uganda.