Sponsors and Organisers
The following are the sponsors and organizers that have made Website Camp Jinja 2021 possible.
The Innovation Village
The Innovation Village (TIV) is a destination entrepreneurs call home. TIV purposes to deliberately grow innovation by putting in place a platform that challenges assumption, ignites thought and questions status quo. As a launchpad for innovators, TIV brings together partners, startups, investors and researchers to act as one force for good.
When The Innovation Village, spread its wings to Eastern Uganda in 2020, Jinja was chosen as its host city. Located on Plot 5, Main Street in the heart of the industrial town, the innovation ecosystem which is home to entrepreneurs from a region with approximately 33 districts, is also ushering the region into the Fourth Industrial Revolution through merging network, talent, capital and physical assets. The end goal is to create a destination that grows businesses that matter and are centered around solving the biggest industry and community challenges.
WordPress Community Uganda
The WordPress Community in Uganda is a part of the global WordPress community.
During the meetups, developers, designers, and publishers get together to share our knowledge and experience, and to meet other WordPress users. This Community is open to all who love WordPress — join us!
Media Minute Uganda
Media Minute is an ICT and Multimedia conglomerate providing Website Development, Web Application Information Systems, Social media and online marketing and search engine optimization services.
Media Minute initiated and has supported initiatives for Website Camps in Uganda since the first one in 2018
E-zone Web Services
Ezone Web Services is a creative and dedicated ICT solutions provider with an excellent portfolio in Web Design & Development, Hosting and Digital Marketing. EWS specialises in solutions that meet all your online needs to suit and build your brand.
InfoNile is a cross-border group of geojournalists with a mission to uncover critical stories on water issues in the Nile River Basin through data-based multimedia storytelling.
InfoNile seeks to bridge the gap between scientists and researchers, journalists, and the public, in order to increase mutual awareness of water issues of this ancient and significant river.