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Kampala-Uganda,FoB ICT

The FoB ICT business’s mission is to provide the information technology required for the fulfillment of the Flock of Birds’s mission in an efficient and effective manner through building world-class competencies in the technical analysis, design, procurement, implementation, operation and support of computing infrastructure and services. The FoB ICT business  is a highly demanding computing environment, maintaining extensive networks on both local and global scales, pushing new technologies to their limits …Read More

Netherlands

The Flock of Birds governance is done from the Netherlands. Overall business development, sales, marketing, communication, financial management and logistical facilitation are the responsibility of the Dutch office. But since Flock of Birds is an open and co-creative organisation the overall strategy and consistent adherence to the Flock of Birds philosophy and vision and mission

FoB ICT

TheFoB ICT business’s mission is to provide the information technology required for the fulfillment of the Flock of Birds’s mission in an efficient and effective manner through building world-class competencies in the technical analysis, design, procurement, implementation, operation and support of computing infrastructure and services. The FoB ICT business is a highly demanding computing environment, maintaining extensive networks on both local and global scales, pushing new technologies to their limits and …Read More

FoB design & shop

FoB design & shop business is well furnished with modern art depicting history. The creativity that is fetched in the processes involved in producing this art and craft work is intense and gets the hook-the-eye concept. With reflection to the Flock of Bird’s mission this products are produced by our own Vocational School located in Gulu and other material that our partners bring in.

Summer Trainee-ship Programme

Flock of Birds has initiated a Summer Trainee-ship Programme to run in Uganda Technology and Management University (UTAMU) starting from the 2nd of June to 7th August 2014. The main objective of the programme is to train students on Agile Programming as a Software Development Tool and also to train them on how to engage with