The project partners are (in alphabetical order):

Aegis Trust

Aegis Trust provides the focus of our activites in Rwanda. Their work in Peace Building and Peace and Values Education, the stakeholders they engage, and the communities they serve enable us to ground our project in work that is already ongoing.

To learn more about their work, please visit their website.

Dotsoft

Dotsoft supports Isooko by looking at possible exploitation of the lessons and technologies that are generated. Besides focussing on commercialisation, they also lead on data management and product development.

To learn more about their work, please visit their website.

Kigali Collaborative Research Centre (KCRC)

KCRC looks at the work Isooko is doing and investigates the outcomes and impact that that work is having. They are employing data science to understand behaviour changes.

To learn more about their work, please visit their website.

King’s College London (KCL)

KCL coordinates the activities of the Isooko project and leads on the research that is conducted during the project.

To learn more about their work, please visit their website.

Makerere University

Makerere University explore the knowledge and skills embedded in the Isooko project and use this to upskill practitioners and academics in East Africa; their focus lies on Information Management, Archiving, Digital curation, and Design.

To learn more about their work, please visit their website.

Leiden University

Leiden University facilitates the Isooko process. They lead on designing the digital platform by engaging key stakeholders to define its scope and requirements.

To learn more about their work, please visit their website.

Ushahidi

Ushahidi offers the Isooko project its own existing digital platform as well as technologies partner organisation, like BRCK, are responsible for. They also lead on further development of digital technologies.

To learn more about their work, please visit their website.