Our story is quite interesting and full of twists. What started out as an office space turned out to be a hub used to empower young people who are curious about tech.
About Uwani Hub
We are a CSR project of How Do You Tech, working as a non profit with the goals of teaching and inspiring young people to be prosumers of technology that will aid in solving our societal problems through the funding of ICT training and programmes.
There is a popular adage that says “there is no smoke without fire”. We are here because we want to solve a problem. You may ask, so what exactly is the problem? Click here to read.
In line with one of the targets of SDGs Goal No 5, our mission is to achieve Gender Equality by promoting and supporting the use of information and communication technologies to empower women and girls.
Our vision is to promote and facilitate the creation of hubs in different townships, hubs set up to explore and equip individuals with digital skills. Hubs set up to provide a safe and conducive environment for girls, women and youth to do tech. Hubs where they are introduced to technology history, trends, software development, robotics, graphics and character development.
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About Our Founder, Mary Job
Our story would not be complete without telling you a bit of her background story and why she started Uwani Foundation. Click here to read.
Our Team – The #Uwani Family
She is a writer, an expert googler, a teacher and an open source advocate. She is passionate about girl-child education and she believes technology can help bridge the gap in rural communities.
She is a mother, mobile and web application developer, blogger, writer [when there's extra time 🙁 ], and natural hair rocker.
He is a creative writer, photography enthusiast and traveler. He enjoys viewing the world through his Lens, iPad and iPhone.
How Do You Tech (HdyTech)
HdyTech curates human verified answers to problems and challenges in tech for Africans. They are the parent company of Uwani Hub.
Space For Computer Hub
Geobajas Hotel provides accommodation and restaurant services to visitors and guests in its community. They sponsored us with a space to use for a computer room.
EQUALS Digital Skills Fund
They are an independent, international organisation fighting for digital equality — a world where everyone can access the web and use it to improve their lives. They sponsored us with funds to run consistent free digital skill training and outreaches for 7 months.
Easy WP (Namecheap)
EasyWP is the true managed WordPress hosting for everyone. You can publish your WordPress website in minutes. They have sponsored us with free domain renewal for the next three years.
WP 101 provides easy WordPress tutorial videos that have helped two million beginners learn how to use WordPress... in about an hour! They Have sponsored us with free subscription for our members.