We are proud to announce our partnership with Groundbreaker – a non-profit organization based in Cologne, Germany. Groundbreaker works as a link between motivated donors and small local initiatives in the Global South to bring education around the globe. We want to help make an impact in these communities by coming alongside Groundbreaker in helping them further their mission through our partnership.
In today’s fragmented society, there is still a divide in education. The unequal distribution of education around the world has an impact on how children will achieve academically and therefore professionally. We want to help close the gap by helping people learn and grow, no matter their race, education, socio-economic background or gender. Recognising that both organisations work to achieve a similar goal, a partnership with Groundbreaker made sense. Teaming up to do more good for more people.
This year we are aiming to support Groundbreaker in their new concept Groundbreaker Talents.
Groundbreaker Talents is a full-time IT scholarship program tailored to provide Ugandan students from underprivileged communities with the opportunity to exploit their full potential and access a brighter future in the digital era.
Uganda’s youth holds great potential for fostering the next generation of IT developers. Groundbreakers scholarship program serves as a talent pipeline, guiding students from disadvantaged backgrounds to critical entry points into the industry. Giving access to valuable skills empowers a brighter future.
We are committed to one large donation this year in the name of our speakers, who tirelessly support us at our conferences all year long!
But you can help as well!
We are thankful for your tremendous support that resulted in our Malawi School Computer Lab project. Through your generous donations, we were able to construct a fully-equipped computer lab with computers, laptops, and projectors.
Classes at the school will resume in September after the holiday season, and students will now have access to computer studies. The student count is expected to range from 380-400. All 18 teachers (12 males and 6 females) have already been trained on how to proficiently utilise computers for various educational purposes.
The computer lab will be used for delivering computer studies, general teaching and learning purposes, conducting computer literacy classes and also administering important administrative functions at the school.
We are deeply grateful for your contribution and continue collaborating with Groundbreaker bringing increased educational opportunities to even more people worldwide. Thank you again, and we appreciate it immensely!