SchoolNet Uganda Activities

Helping schools to enhance the teaching and learning process using Information Communication Technology (ICT) through provision of affordable computers, ICT for Education advise and sensitization, technical capacity building and support, teacher pedagogical professional development and support, local education content development, school networking and school international linkages for project-based learning


In order to reduce the computer downtimes and to technically sustain the computers in the 15 project schools, SchoolNet Uganda in partnership with the Ministry of Education and Sports organized a 5-day basic technical course in computer maintenance & troubleshooting and Networking for 15 of the schools participating in the Inspiring Science Education for Girls using ICT project. Each of the selected 15 project schools sent one teacher and one student to the training. The

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teacher and the student trained at each school will form the core school technical support team. This technical support team will be responsible for the 1st level technical support at each project school. The core technical team is expected to cascade the training at each project school. In addition, such a trained team will be able to report technical problem correctly to SchoolNet Uganda for remote technical support and assistance.

Objectives of the training were:

  • To identify tools, equipment and hardware compositions of a computer and name them correctly.
  • To learn and practice assembling of computers.
  • To learn and practice installation of software (operating systems, application & utility) on a computer.
  • To learn and practice computer restoration from software crashes.
  • Learn Computer & peripheral maintenance & troubleshooting.
  • Learn Local Area Network (LAN) construction, maintenance & troubleshooting.
  • Setup and Network a computer lab at Nalinya Lwantale Girls secondary school.

The schools included Muni Girls (Arua), St. Mary’s Ediofe Girls (Arua), Bweranyangi Girls (Bushenyi), Kyeizooba Girls (Busenyi), Nalinya Lwantale Girls (Luwero), Aidan College (Wakiso), Aggrey Memorial (Wakiso), Gayaza High School( Wakiso), Wanyange Girls (Jinja), Dabani Girls (Busia), Muntunyera High School (Ntungamo), Bukomero SS (Kiboga), Bukooli College (Bugiri), Ngora Girls (Kumi), Tororo Girls (Tororo), Rwenzori Girls School and Ngora High School (Kumi)

The training programme can be downloaded from the link below


The workshop was closed by Mr. Bob Lyazi, Manager Rural Communication Development Fund (RCDF), Uganda Communication Commission (UCC).

Presentation with Workshop pictures can be downloade using the link below





Over the years, SchoolNet Uganda has received a number of International and national awards for its contribution to ICT4D. Some of the awards are:

  1. Stockholm Challenge Finalist
  2. The Golden Nica Award by Prix Ars Electronica
  3. ICT Capacity Development Award by Uganda Communication Commission
  4. The Uganda Annual Best FOSS Integration Case Award, 2005