Partners

African Gifted Foundation has partnered with world class organisations with expertise in mathematics and computing to deliver a unique educational experience.

Bletchley Park, UK

The home of legendary British codebreaking activities during the Second World War, and the birthplace of the modern computer. Today Bletchley Park is a terrific learning destination for mathematics and computer science, hosting thousands of students each year.

Cass Business School, London, UK

Located in the heart of London’s financial district, Cass Business School is a leading provider of business and management training. Cass is truly international and attracts students and faculty from around the world.

Department of Mathematics, University of Makerere, Uganda

At Uganda’s largest and oldest university the Department of Mathematics works closely with the Uganda Mathematical Society in promoting mathematical competence at all levels of education and promotes its use in public life.

Tullow Oil

Tullow Oil is one of the largest independent oil and gas exploration and production companies in Europe with a focused portfolio of world-class assets. They are Africa’s leading independent oil company with recent basin opening discoveries in Ghana, Uganda and most recently Kenya. Their success in West Africa led them across the Atlantic in 2011 to a related geological play in South America and the discovery of the Zaedyus well in French Guiana which has unlocked significant exploration potential across the region.

SThree

The SThree Group consists of a family of ten niche recruitment brands focusing on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) industries. The Group works with companies of all sizes, from industry leading multi-nationals, to innovative start-ups to deliver contract, permanent, projects, retained and executive search recruitment solutions. The SThree group’s support and mobility services offer flexibility and assurance for the life of the recruitment process including contracting, relocation and relevant visa support. For over 30 years, the Group has offered customers expert advice across a range of industries, and a rigorous screening process to ensure companies secure the best talent to drive their future growth.

In Touch Futures

In Touch Networks is an online technology company based in Manchester, England which operates a networking and development platform for professionals looking to enhance their careers. In just six years since In Touch was established, the business has gone from strength to strength, winning numerous accolades, including being named the Fastest Growing Company for three consecutive years by Deloitte and one of the Fastest Growing Companies in Europe 2018 by Financial Times. In Touch Futures, the charity arm of In Touch Networks supports good causes both in the UK and across the globe. By aiding communities, providing education and creating employment, they can give children the life they deserve.

Czarnikow Ltd

Czarnikow is a sugar and ethanol trading, advisory and supply chain management firm. The Czarnikow name is synonymous with sugar, owing to its heritage in this industry dating back to 1861. Operating globally from offices in 12 countries, Czarnikow has a reputation for high levels of client service and ethical standards throughout the supply chain and is renowned for its world-class market information and analysis.

Mara Foundation

Mara Foundation is the non-profit foundation of the international Mara Group which is focused on Uganda in the education field. Managing Director of the Mara Group, Ashish Thakkar, will be East Africa’s first astronaut aboard the Virgin Galactic’s spaceship.

The National Space Academy, UK

Based at the National Space Centre in Leicester, UK, the National Space Academy offers space masterclasses in the sciences, applied sciences, mathematics, geography, astronomy and space engineering for students, teachers and the UK space industry.

AITI Centre, Accra, Ghana

The Ghana-India Kofi Annan Centre for Excellence, is an Advanced Information Technology Institute (AITI-KACE), in central Accra, Ghana. Ghana’s first Advanced Information Technology Institute works to stimulate the growth of the ICT Sector in ECOWAS. Established in 2003, through a partnership between the Government of Ghana and the Government of India, this state-of the-art facility provides a dynamic environment for innovation, teaching and learning as well as practical research on the application of ICT4D in Africa. The Centre houses West Africa’s first supercomputer as well as top-of-the line desktops and laptops

Jerome Toole, UK

Jerome Toole is a London based freelance designer and developer. In December 2016, Jerome developed the current African Science Academy website.