MTN Junior Robotics Camp

The MTN Junior Robotics Camp was a three-day learning event where children, from 10 schools in Kampala‚Äč

Overview

The MTN Junior Robotics Camp was a three-day learning event where children, from 10 schools in Kampala, were able to create various exciting and innovative robotics projects in the fields of programming, mechanics and electronics.

2015 Edition

The MTN Juniors Robotics Camp 2015 brought together children from 10 schools in Kampala who were able to create various exciting and innovative robotics projects in the fields of programming, mechanics and electronics.


The three-day Junior Robotics Camp was organised by MTN Uganda in partnership with FundiBots, a Ugandan based organisation that focuses on robotics training in schools. The camp was aimed at equipping juniors aged between 9-12 years old, with skills that can enable them to solve real-world problems through digital design.


The event brought together 50 children from the 10 schools in Kampala, with each school being represented by five children. The training commenced on Friday, 11 September 2015.

The primary schools that participated included:

  • Lohana Academy
  • Vine Academy
  • Ntinda Primary School
  • Nakasero Primary School
  • Buganda Road Primary School
  • Kiswa Primary School
  • Kitante Primary School
  • Daffodils Academy
  • Kampala Parents School
  • St. Kizito Primary School

View photos from the training here.


The MTN Junior Robotics Camp was a three-day learning event where children, from 10 schools in Kampala, were able to create various exciting and innovative robotics projects in the fields of programming, mechanics and electronics.


The MTN Juniors Robotics Camp 2015 brought together children from 10 schools in Kampala who were able to create various exciting and innovative robotics projects in the fields of programming, mechanics and electronics.


The three-day Junior Robotics Camp was organised by MTN Uganda in partnership with FundiBots, a Ugandan based organisation that focuses on robotics training in schools. The camp was aimed at equipping juniors aged between 9-12 years old, with skills that can enable them to solve real-world problems through digital design.


The event brought together 50 children from the 10 schools in Kampala, with each school being represented by five children. The training commenced on Friday, 11 September 2015.

The primary schools that participated included:

  • Lohana Academy
  • Vine Academy
  • Ntinda Primary School
  • Nakasero Primary School
  • Buganda Road Primary School
  • Kiswa Primary School
  • Kitante Primary School
  • Daffodils Academy
  • Kampala Parents School
  • St. Kizito Primary School

View photos from the training here.