Uniserv Education has partnered with ACWICT as an employer partner on its youth employability programs. Through the partnership, Uniserv Education has given employment to 20 disadvantaged young women from informal settlements trained at the ACWICT training centre in Nairobi. In addition, Uniserv has given a full scholarship for university education to a few of the young women who had dropped out due to economic constraints. Other key areas of partnership with Uniserv Education include: Provide mentors and career counselors for young people participating in ACWICT’s programs; provide linkages to universities that can be of benefit to young people participating in ACWICT’s programs and introduce ACWICT to your networks that can be beneficial to the disadvantaged young people. Uniserv Education aims to assist students with Careers Guidance, University Selection and University Admissions.Uniserv has offices in Nairobi, Mombasa, Dar Es Salaam, Kampala, Kigali, London, Addis Ababa, Mauritius, Bangkok and India.
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ACWICT is a Kenya-based ICT for Development (ICT4D) Organization whose mission is to promote women’s and youths’ access to and knowledge of ICTs as tools for sustainable development. ACWICT is managed by an independent competent board of trustees and a secretariat with qualified staff in areas of expertise. Our head office is based in Nairobi, with field offices in 9 counties across the country. The day to day activities at ACWICT are managed by an executive director who reports to the board of trustees.