Centre for Skills and Innovation is a non-profit organization that uses ICT to empower young people to succeed in education and work.
Based in Lira city, Uganda
Reduced gender-gap in STEM careers, Improved Career Guidance & access to e-Learning, trained thousands in Digital Skills.
Low enrollment of girls (even boys) into STEM subjects & careers.
Inadequate career guidance and advising in schools and at home.
Leadership: the need to nurture and mentor leaders of tomorrow
Limited digital skills amongst the youth, especially girls & young women
About 31% of Ugandans are online, creating need for digital inclusion
Innovation: practical solutions for youth & community challenges
STEM Advocacy, Digital Inclusion, Internet Advocacy, ICT4D, Gender in ICT, Open Source, Open Data & Innovation
e-Learning, Development Education, Career Guidance & Advising, Girls Education, Educational Justice & Research
Continuous Professional Development (CPD), Mentorship, Leadership Training
This is an extraordinary story, from an extraordinary girl. This is the story of Akello Ruth. Where do we start? Okay, 2014. She is now an essential worker.
This is Norman’s story. Norman Ajwer works as a presenter & talk-show host at 97.7 Unity FM radio in Lira. He is also a student at St. Mary’s Hospital Lacor Nursing School in Lacor, in Gulu.
When Barack Obama was elected and sworn in as 44th President of the United States of America on January 20, 2009, many black people, all over the world, celebrated.
Our "Coronavirus Covid-19 Dashboard for Uganda" is ready for public use. The dashboard provides statistical information about the Covid-19 situation in Uganda and around the World.— Centre for Skills and Innovation (@centre4skills) August 23, 2020
Link: https://t.co/pz7Lml1Xff pic.twitter.com/FIN7WfWC8x
Our participatory eLearning platform is free for all and has 3 major objectives: Development Education, enhance Digital Skills, and & to preach the #STEM gospel. Don't be left behind. Sign up now: https://t.co/aceXHBHRa0 pic.twitter.com/j8Oi9FR8pM— Centre for Skills and Innovation (@centre4skills) July 9, 2020
If you don't have the required 2 Principal Passes and still want that degree programme, don't worry. You can now enroll for Higher Education Access Certificate (HEAC) and continue your education journey. #STEM #Higher_Education pic.twitter.com/0ygFZizGXn— Centre for Skills and Innovation (@centre4skills) May 27, 2020