About Refactory

Refactory is training the next generation of tech talents and experts in Uganda.

The program is made by and for tech companies, and teaches the skills needed to secure a career in tech.

Michael Niyitegeka

Program Director, Refactory.

What is Refactory?

In 2018, Clarke International University, tech company Laboremus Uganda, and NGO Fontes Foundation partnered to bring Uganda a program to develop software development skills tailored to make youth job-ready.

The “skills gap” between what schools and universities teach and what employers need is a known problem for employers in the ICT-sector.

Refactory is an answer to this problem. It is, in essence, a tech program that offers a comprehensive nine-month program that will give university graduates the skillsets required to lift the quality of the Ugandan tech sector.

Together we want to build a tech sector in Uganda that can compete on a global scale!

Meet our Advisory Board

We are honoured to have such a knowledgeable team to help us stay focused on our goals, be realistic and reach our maximum potential.

Teddy M. S. Ruge

Founder of Hive Colab.

Eunice Namirembe

Innovation Specialist at Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA).

Solomon King

Founder of Fundi Bots.

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No many people will have this kind of opportunity, so get ready and prepare for the most productive, full of learning and a lot of fun Webflow

Evelyn Namara

Founder and CEO of VouchDigital.

CK Japheth

Founder of The Innovation Village Kampala.

Vivian Ddambya

Director of Technical Services at NITA-U (National Information Technology Authority - Uganda).

Engineer Bainomugisha

Associate Professor of Computer Science and the Chair of the Department of Computer Science at Makerere University.

Olive Nakiyemba

Software developer at Fifty Eight and Refactory alumni.

Is this something for you?

Apply now and start your tech career.