Gender Tech Initiative Uganda

GTI creates interactive and engaging experiences that promote STEM learning for girls who are often underrepresented in the field of STEM.

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Bridge the digital divide gap

We are a non-profit organization that empowers women and young girls to embrace science and technology.

The organization seeks to bridge the digital divide gap by providing access to technology and digital literacy skills to young school girls and women human rights defenders.

School ICT Project

Holidays ICT Training

Fee: 20,000/=

The training employs a hands-on learning approach, recognizing the importance of practical application. Pupils are not just passive recipients of information; they are active participants, engaging in interactive sessions, practical exercises, and collaborative projects. This dynamic learning environment sparks curiosity and cultivates a genuine interest in technology.

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Our Programs


Mentoring Young Girls to Embrace STEM: At Gender Tech Initiative-Uganda (GTI) we are committed to bridging the gender gap in STEM and encouraging girls to embrace technology.


Advocacy is a powerful tool that can be leveraged to promote digital inclusion for women and young girls in Northern Uganda.


By prioritizing research on the digital gender divide, the impact of digital skills training, and the use of technology to promote women human rights.


By promoting gender-inclusive innovation, we create a more equitable and inclusive innovation ecosystem that benefits all Ugandans.

Knowing your rights will help you to know the rules, so that you will never break them. And when you know the rules, it will help you not associate yourself with wrong people who will make you to do wrong things.


Operate online safely

Young Girls Mentored to Embrace STEM:
Female Journalists Trained on Cyber Security:
Rural Market Women Trained on Digital Marketing:
Women Trained in Digital literacy

At a Glance

Amazing accomplishments of our organization.

Our ultimate goal is to continue empowering rural women and young girls in Northern Uganda by providing them with the skills and resources needed to access digital opportunities and participate fully in the digital world.



Women And Entrepreneurship In Technology

The continent of Africa has a bright economic future ahead, but this fact can be hindered by the lack of opportunity and
support for women in entrepreneurship.

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Participant Stories

“The Gender Tech Initiative-Uganda is undoubtedly the best forum for it’s commitment and responsibility towards girl child.”


Sophia Miller

Female Journalist

“What I am today is because of The Gender Tech Initiative-Uganda . The facilitators are very helpful and committed towards women.”

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Acen Sharon


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The Gender Initiative Uganda showcases the need to fight online gender based violence
and seeks to bridge the digital divide gap by providing access to technology and digital literacy skills.