To Transform Education, We Need

Quality Education
at Scale

Ubuntu is proud to work with donors who recognise and fund solutions to Africa’s education challenges. Together, we can transform education.

Through the strategic partnership with donor bodies we can offer services, such as the Usawa School Development Programme or boxED Teacher Development Courses, to underfunded schools. Our services are highly flexible to meet the needs of the schools themselves, the school context and the donor organisation in question.

We are actively seeking partnerships with donor bodies, and invite you to get in touch.

Please Contact us to receive our Usawa Brochure

Funding Options

Fund The Usawa Programme for School Improvement

The Usawa School Development Programme sets a school off on a development journey that involves input from the whole school community. It includes access to teacher professional development that is in line with the school strategic plan, as well as mentoring of the school leaders throughout the whole process. This is a revolutionary, decolonised approach to providing quality education that is sustainable and contextualised, giving schools ownership over their own development.

Contact us to receive more information about the Usawa Programme

Fund the Ubuntu HUB development

Whether it be a Masterclass in experiential learning, or a podcast exploring the future of African education, or a webinar on leadership in schools, the HUB provides free resources to teachers, designed and curated for the African educator. In addition the HUB provides access to high quality Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) aimed at upskilling and empowering the modern educator.

Visit the Uubuntu HUB for more information on the resources on offer

Fund LEC Community Conferences

Part of building effective communities is having the opportunity to gather together from time to time to discuss common interests and goals. The Ubuntu Leading Education Change (LEC) series of conferences are designed to do just that. Conferences are typically localised to provide affordable access to the networking that conferences make possible. On occasion the LEC conference will seek to attract a multi-national delegation to ensure that community in education is not only viewed locally, but can benefit from international input.

Evidence & Impact At Ubuntu

At Ubuntu we value evidence based research. Our products and services are built on the foundation of what works in specific contexts, from access to product design.  We also have internal monitoring and evaluation of our own endeavours and strive to continue to make this as robust as possible.

Our Latest Project

We are very excited to soon be able to announce our latest donor funded project. Roll-out begins in Jan ’23 and will be centred around digital transformation training for teachers & teacher leaders in two African countries. More information coming shortly. 

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