The e-Learning Initiative is a joint effort between Cyber School Technology Solutions and Mastercard Foundation Uganda, which has been launched to enhance access to quality and relevant education for 95,000 young individuals, 50% of whom are women. This initiative targets twenty educational institutions, with the goal of enabling 12,500 of these students to transition into meaningful and dignified employment by the year 2026. As part of the project, Busitema University, one of the 20 participating educational institutions and one of the six pilot-phase institutions, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Cyber School Technology Solutions (CSTS) to implement this project.
This ambitious project aims to transform the educational landscape by providing quality, relevant education to 95,000 youth, half of whom are women. The aim is to empower 12,500 students from 20 participating institutions to step into meaningful and dignified work by 2026. Busitema University is excited to be part of these 20 educational institutions, and among the six in the pilot phase, We are committed to this journey through a Memorandum of Understanding with CSTS. Join us in shaping the future of education.
Vision & Mission
To strengthen systems to support access to relevant and quality education for youth to transition to meaningful and dignified work
Strengthen systems to support access to relevant and quality education for youth to transition to meaningful and dignified work.