To promote, train and build a python user community in East Africa.
To build a generation of Python developers who are capable of creating an impact.
We have created and support 17 Python user groups at different learning institutions in East Africa. Through the 5 training programs: python for universities and colleges, AfroPyKids, AfroPyLadies, Python for refugees and Python for people…Read more..
Since inception, our community has grown to over 3000 members from 16 universities and secondary in East Africa and we operate 4 Python development centers (PyLabs) at Makerere University Software Systems Center, Kampala International University College of Computing Lab, Kyambogo university computer lab and University Of Kigali software development lab.Make a donation
Afrodjango is a non-profit organisation, and we depend on your support to promote Python in East Africa.
Trainees learn modern Python programming principles, web development with Django framework, embedded systems and IOT.
We help trainees build and launch applications and software for commercial purposes through our AfroPyStart-up project.
We work with key players to support the python community in East Africa and some of our partners include Universities, non-profit organisations, companies, secondary schools and individuals who share a common vision of empowering people with Python software development skills.Read more..