Want to partner with Refactory?

Refactory is made by – and for – tech companies. This means that our partners are essential for the success of our work.

Our partners host bootcamps, give guest lectures and masterclasses, and sponsor our students and outreach programs.

We are always looking for more partners, both from the private sector, government and NGOs, to help build a competitive and innovative IT industry in Uganda.

Get in touch to learn how you can help shape the future!

What does it mean to be an industry partner?

We are continuously looking for new industry partners who can host one of our bootcamps.

Have a Refactory team work on a problem that you are trying to solve. You will be the product owner, and have regular meetings with the team to get updates on their progress.

The team will get training and mentoring from our Refactory experts through-out the period.

Want to be more involved?

Host workshops, advice on curriculum, sponsor access to advanced certification and most importantly: Hire our students.

Our goal is to build and support a sustainable, strong and innovative tech industry in Uganda.

In order to achieve this we need partners who are working towards the same goal in a small or a big way.

Whether you want to donate time, money, or expertise, we welcome it.

Do you want to become a partner?

Let's set up a meeting and talk about the opportunities we can create together!

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Our partners

The partners that host bootcamps, sponsor the program or hire our developers.

Stories from our partners

News and blog posts about bootcamp and beyond.

A 13-year-old Refactory graduate wants to use technology to reform Ugandan education.



March 9, 2023

Aretha Mugulusi has just completed her primary seven at Greenhill Primary School and recently finalized the Foundations of Software Development course at Refactory. She spoke to Eddie Ssemakula about growing up techy, admiring a female software engineer, and reforming Ugandan education.

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Skilling for the Global Digital Economy


Michael Niyitegeka


March 9, 2023

Over the last three months, I have had the opportunity of meeting entities and individuals that are aggressively looking for software developers. I have met recruiters from Romania, Estonia, Kenya, USA, the UK and of course Uganda where the demand is on the rise as well. The irony is that as a country we are graduating close to 10,000 graduates in ICT-related fields.

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