At Ubuntu we believe that effective education is found in schools that prioritise strong systems and cultures, develop the individuals in their teams, and involve their communities in shaping their school to fit the needs of their children.

We help schools to reposition themselves in all three of these areas.

The Ubuntu

African education systems are notoriously underfunded, isolated and not contextualised to their needs, resulting in relative ineffectiveness. Like the traditional three legged African stool, there are three pillars to grow and support effective schooling; the provision of development opportunities for teachers, the development of clear strategy, systems and processes, and the involvement of the community in shaping the vision of the school.

Ubuntu has emerged to support schools and their communities to be in the driving seat of transformative change. 

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Children benefit from the services we provide
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EdTech Company to exist that puts African Schools in control of their own development​
School staff are currently engaged in our services

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