AGTI envisions a future where gender disparities in the tech ecosystem are eliminated, and women are fully represented at all levels by promoting digital safety, inclusivity and advocating for equal opportunities to leverage technology.


To contribute to an inclusive and innovative technological eco-system that bridges the digital gender gap through digital skilling, digital rights advocacy, climate awareness and strengthening innovative capacity for sustainable development and partnerships.


  • Inclusive innovation
  • Digital Leadership
  • Excellency
  • Accountability
  • Sustainability


AYDIA Gender and Technology Initiative

AYDIA Gender and Technology Initiative (AGTI) is non-profit organization operating in Uganda with a focus on promoting gender inclusive and responsive technological innovations. The organization aims at bridging the gender gap in technology-related fields, empowering more women and girls in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), digital rights, Inclusion, cyber security, digital leadership, technological innovation for climate action (TICA) and digital transformative entrepreneurship by advocating for equality and digital equity.

Through our work, AGTI has intentionally continued to advocate for inclusive digital rights, and technological innovations that empower citizens especially women and young people to advance their abilities and full potential in a digital era. This is particularly done through strengthening digital capacity, research and digital advocacy. We aim to create an inclusive and equitable tech landscape that inspires future generations, and drives positive social change.

Additionally, AGTI strives to create a diverse, responsive and inclusive tech ecosystem where women can thrive, lead, and contribute to innovation, digital leadership, entrepreneurship and technological advancements through digital literacy, mentorship, advocacy, and gender community-building initiatives. Our aim is to address economic, social-cultural barriers and stereotypes, that hinder equal access, representation and influence of women in the technology sector.


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