Today, about 2,000 Abayudaya live in a cluster of villages that have grown to eight Jewish communities. Synagogues welcome spiritual practices for weekly Shabbat services and all other traditions carried out by Jews around the world.
The Semei Kakungulu High School students are an integral part of the community gaining technology skills at the U-TOUCH Center for not only academic purposes but also for future employment as well as for the youth group of 300, in developing activities for improving their community and connecting with youth around the world.
Following an intensive course, students receive their U-TOUCH certification. The computer training, access to the Internet, and life skills, job skills, goal setting, entrepreneurship, health education and Women/Girls Empowerment classes empower and transform the lives of the Abayudaya and community at large. Being a co-exist community the Abayudaya U-TOUCH Center welcomes everyone with diversity from Mbale and other distant communities. The U-TOUCH Center has improved education, employment, entrepreneurship and connections world-wide, providing opportunity where there was none. U-TOUCH is honored to partner with the Abayudaya community.