Our Why

Our Vision

Our Mission

Strong local and Pan-African educational communities that empower and grow from within.

Providing decolonised, accessible tools for schools and educators in Africa to grow and strengthen their communities, allowing education to transform from the inside, out.

Proud to contribute to SDG4

Pandemics, political and social movements and climate change are just some examples of global challenges that are putting our problem solving abilities to the test. It is without doubt that there is an immediate need to ensure that our future generations are adequately prepared to meet these needs.

At Ubuntu we believe that these challenges can be met through the provision of education systems that deliver progressively minded individuals. We also believe that this can best be achieved by building strong educational communities, whether these be on a local scale or a national / international scale. By viewing education through a decolonising lens and by leveraging the creative  use of technology, we can grow and nurture these communities, and set the stage for a prosperous future for all. 

An anthropologist proposed a game to the children in an African community. He put a basket of fruit near a tree and told them that the first one to get the fruits would win them all. When he told them to run, they all took each others’ hands and ran together, then sat together, enjoying their fruits. When he asked them why they ran together, as one could have run and had the fruits all to himself, they replied, “UBUNTU, how can one of us be happy if all the others are sad?”

This is our meaning, this is our Ubuntu.