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About Us


A self-sustained skilled youth who can effectively compete in the global market.


Bridging the gap between local and international learning institutions while enhancing knowledge exchange, sharing skills and international understanding


International Schools Partnership (ISP) is a membership Non-Government Organization, established in 2011 to Connect, Inspire, Empower & Advance Ugandan students, teachers and school communities by creating networks with other schools globally.


ISP’s work focuses on instituting school to school partnerships aimed towards redesigning formal education to facilitate creativity, innovation and improve learning for all students for self-sustenance. ISP has assembled a team of passionate, committed, diligent mentors, social workers /educators, professional volunteers and environmentalists to nurture, develop and mentor students.


Through the sponsorship program, ISP creates networks to facilitate community-based programs to help schools partner together and impact students' lives and their communities. It's also a great way to build awareness among target local schools and youths, women-led social groups, including youths ranging in age from 15-25 and their parents, ISP designs and models strategic partnerships between primary, secondary schools and higher education that are focused on improving students’ development and success.


ISP also advocates to the government for better education policy and strategy to facilitate innovation and creativity for job creation.


With our partnership programs, we raise philanthropic funds to support the startups and expansion of public and private schools, and we work to create the conditions for rural and urban slum schools to thrive. The funds are meant to cover the most pressing needs in our member schools both in the villages and urban slum communities, once funds are raised our areas of interest are:


  • Improving sanitation and hygiene in selected and approved schools

  • Improving health conditions at schools

  • Provision of safe water and source of power at school

  • Establishment of school dormitories & classes.

  • Innovation centres

  • Provision of furniture

  • Establishment and maintenance of school libraries and laboratories

  • Co-curricular programs to help schools develop and boost sports programs (boys and girls)

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