International Schools Partnership

Kampala, Uganda, Africa
Educating& networking schools,nonprofits and communities

Online Volunteering

Below is a list of online tasks we would love help with!
Social Media Marketing
Setup our Facebook page 5 - 10 hours
Video Creation
Create a fundraising video 20 - 30 hours

Contact Person

kasujja muhamed
P.o.Box 22813 Kampala.uganda, Kampala, Uganda.

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Additional Info about Us

5 to 10 people

Executive Director who also doubles as incharge correspondence with foreign visitors oversees the proper progress of ISP in and out of Uganda.
Program manager helps to oversee the daily duties at office
Administrative secretary takes care of the day to day running of office to ensure that staff operate in an organised environment.
2-4 ISP coordinators/field staff manage the connection with local schools they are incharge of organising in school activities in the different locations.

My name is kasujja Muhamed l live in Uganda, am the founder of International schools partnership, Uganda. A membership organization established in Uganda 2011 to connect, inspire, empower and to advance Ugandan students, teachers, school and communities by creating networks with other schools globally for better and competitive skills.

Apparently we are working with Total Green Australia {TGR} to build the needed support for Uganda’s in and out of school pupils and youth to stay and join school through the campaign Keep A child in school support program. We are planning to setup community IT centers to attract locals to beginning learning the impact of information technology and setup electronic recycling center to help controlling electronic waste in Uganda.

We seeking volunteers with interest to support us develop STEM programs in our local schools and communities such that innovation cut across where everyone is supported to invent.

ISP through Keep A child in school program with support of its volunteer network will always identify vulnerable parents/caregivers in local schools for enterprise training so that they can be able to start small medium businesses so as to be able to care for their children for better livelihoods.