Giving to BIT

With your help we make a difference

BIT works tirelessly to make the world a better place through Teaching, Research, and Innovation. As an Institute, our aim is to understand, explain and improve our world and human communication through technological, research, and education.

Every day, we think around and tackle major challenges to solving the mysteries in digital literacy and information access. We look for solutions to communication, climate impact, global warming, as well as agriculture through the use of technology.

We also take on issues of everyday life – like developing new teaching materials to improve access to our learning resources.

Learn more about BIT projects and innovations.

Every gift counts

As a donor, you help BIT maintain its position as a training institute and championing the cause of societal development.

Regardless of the subject or scope of the project, we can help you find something that you are passionate about – a way for you as a donor to contribute to a better world.

Generally, very few people are able to make a big difference on their own. But together, we can help create the conditions for major research breakthroughs. This also applies to resource-intensive investments in research fields such as Robotics or Data Science.

Your can give your support to any of the followng causes

  • Scholarship fund donation for study at BIT to bright, but economically disadvantaged, or special needs students
  • Innovation fund
  • Memorial donation fund

Contact us to find out more about how you can give your support.

If you have any questions regarding your donation, please contact us

If you would like to make a donation, please contact the Development Office in charge of fundraising activities at BIT.

Charlottee Kabahumuza,

Administrator,
+256-784-301-220
charlottee@bit.ac.ug

Together, we will design a solution to meet your specific interests and you will know exactly what we have achieved thanks to your contribution.

Academic integrity – a core principle

Academic integrity and freedom are the essences of all research and higher education. Whatever the source of funding may be, this principle must prevail to ensure that the Institute’s core values are not compromised. The Institute is able to maintain its independence by drawing up clear policies that are communicated to all benefactors.

Donations are not, and must never be, a substitute for BIT internal income generation. However, philanthropy and private funding can often be a crucial key to unlocking further potential in our quest to understand, explain, and improve our world.