Our projects help us fulfill our mission of imparting knowledge and skills that will make our students pace setters in the field of Information Technology.
Women in Information Technology
The gender digital divide is still wide in the third world economies. Without equal access to technology and internet, girls’ ability to participate in digital solutions to their problems is threatened. That is why at E-zone School of Computing, it is our dream to see this gap narrowed through skilling women in Information Technology.
WordPress weekend is a project aimed at helping schools, charities and small businesses to get online. Beneficiaries are introduced to building websites with WordPress so that they may leverage the power of digital. Every weekend at E-zone School of Computing, a group of people are taken through the basics by volunteers from the WordPress Community of Uganda.
The Mentor Club is a project where our staff visit schools to inspire students into the world of Information Technology. Students are given skills, talks and practical sessions that trigger their interest in tech so that they take it on as an alternative for future employment and innovation.
Nange! Project aims at providing a basic introduction to the less privileged kids whose chances of using technology are limited. Children from any community are chosen and shown how to work with technologies like phones, computers, cameras, radios and TVs.