This project is designed to encourage entrepreneurship, job creation and economic growth that is needed to uplift millions of people out of poverty. Through Ssamba Foundation’s Kyampisi Subcounty Development Agenda which is a strategic framework for the socio-economic transformation of the Subcounty, recognized the need for education and skills revolution and to actively promote science, technology, research, and innovation to build knowledge human capital, capabilities and to drive innovations for the Kyampisi Subcounty.
Ssamba Foundation is looking forward to partner with various vocational training institutions in Mukono in empowering marginalized and unemployed young people with vocational and entrepreneurial skills that are needed to enable them to start and manage viable small to medium enterprises.
The organization in this partnership will be responsible for marketing the program, providing career guidance to youth, and providing entrepreneurship skills training through conducting business management lessons with students enrolled at the training institutions, setting exams and monitoring progress.
The project methodology will be appropriate in imparting entrepreneurship skills for self-employment and income generating activities that result in rapid return for the beneficiaries. These are short cycle training courses that are closely related to the actual working environment and focusing on the transfer of practical skills that are directly relevant to pre-determined opportunities for gainful employment in the small to medium enterprises and income generating projects.
The training courses will include: small livestock production, building, cosmetology, dress making, nursery production, bee keeping, mushroom farming, clothing and leather works, food processing and packaging. You can make a positive impact and lasting difference– donate now online to support this program/project! Thank you
Ssamba Foundation has organized business forums for the youth where they had opportunities to interact with established business people who offered mentorship, coaching and inspiration to the youth. 750 young people were assisted with the organization through entrepreneurship skills development program.
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