Welcome to the Ubuntu Institute Website
The Ubuntu Institute is a leading social enterprise in Southern Africa with both nonprofit and for-profit divisions. The nonprofit arm focuses on five of the United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDG’s); Education, HIV / AIDS, Gender Equality and Empowerment of Women, Economic Development and Entreperneurship and Environmental sustainability.
Ubuntu Institute Programmes:
- Education: The Ubuntu Institute Education programme is focused on skills development, training, providing employment opportunities and scholarships for youth and adults between 15-45 years of age from previously disadvantaged backgrounds. … Read more
- HIV/AIDS: The Ubuntu Institute HIV/AIDS programme is focused on HIV/AIDS prevention with the specific goal of lowering/reducing HIV/AIDS incidence levels in Southern Africa. Our focus is in working with traditional and cultural leaders is to address socio-cultural aspects of HIV/AIDS … Read more
- Gender Equality and Empowerment of Women: The Ubuntu Institute gender equality and women empowerment programme seeks to address the vulnerability of young girls and women to HIV/AIDS, poverty, gender based violence, etc. The focus of the programme is on the intersection of culture, heritage and the empowerment of women … Read more
- Economic Development and Entrepreneurship: The Ubuntu Institute economic development and entrepreneurship programme is focused on business development, capacity building for entrepreneurship development and social entrepreneurship promoting cultural industries and rural development in Southern Africa … Read more
- Environmental Sustainability: The Ubuntu Institute Environmental Sustainability programme seeks to mobilize traditional and community leaders in Southern Africa to get involved in environmental education, awareness and sustainability programmes using indigenous methods … Read more