On Easter Sunday the Austrian newspaper kurier issued a special report on peace projects from around the world, one of them being SINA, transforming youth from difficult backgrounds into social entrepreneurs. https://kurier.at/leben/zum-ostersonntag-junge-botschafter-fuer-den-frieden/258.173.334
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The beginning of 2017 has been turbulent in SINA and literally blown of our roof. While a big storm has taken off the roof of our main hall in March and left us with huge challenges on the way forward for the entire building, 2017 has also already seen amazing successes for SINA and its
The Ugandan Embassy in Berlin, Germany endorsed our work and wrote an article about how Etienne Salborn started his journey to support youth in Uganda since 2006, about SINA and its German mother organization Jangu e.V. We highly appreciate the support and SINA founder Etienne Salborn and SINA scholar and Ask Without Shame founder Ruth
Ask Wthout Shame was selected out of over 160 applications from around the world to take part in the 6-weeks F–LANE – Vodafone Institute Accelerator for Female Empowerment in Berlin, Germany. Founder Ruth Nabembezi and Co-Founder Etienne Salborn went to attend the program to take Ask Without Shame to the next level. Vodafone just released
Following this link, you can see the news report about Etienne Salborn as the founder of the Social Innovation Academy (SINA). Unfortunately, it is only available in German. http://news.rtl2.de/weltweit/hilfsprojekte-in-uganda/
The refugees in OPPORTUNIGEE in the Nakivale Refugee Settlement have created a short film. We are very proud about the developments of our first self-organized offspring of SINA, founded together with our refugee scholars.
SINA was invited today to exhibit at the East African Social Business Conference and met Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and the driving force behind the global Social Business Movement, Muhammad Yunus. He has been a great inspiration for us and a real honor. His message was clear but provoking: “Forget about looking for jobs. Jobs
At SINA we believe that with dedication and passion any young person can achieve their dreams and create a social enterprise transforming their own past into a strength. No matter what their background is and what hardships they went through in life! In the last five weeks the international community has recognized SINA’s work and
Our scholar Ruth Nabembezi founder of our startup Ask Without Shame, has just won the Queen’s Young Leaders Award for 2017! We are extremely proud! She will be given the award in early 2017 by Her Majesty The Queen Elizabeth II. in London.
Cape Town, South Africa, 14/11/16 After having been the only startup from Uganda and one of the only two startups being nominated in two categories (Social Impact and Women in Tech), the SINA startup Ask Without Shame won the prestigious Social Impact Award by appsafrica yesterday with Chandi Tome representing the entire team in South