1. Ugandan youth have potential to lead Uganda to economic self-sufficiency. As such, both the public and private sectors are wise to invest in relevant, quality educational opportunities to prepare youth be job creators in a global economy.
  2. Entrepreneurship training and experiences that incorporate general success skills, business skills and career guidance are necessary to achieve the desired educational outcomes and economic self-sufficiency.
  3. Putting Young people in charge: By putting youngsters in charge of their own learning through fun activities, youth learn invaluable communication, leadership, decision making and other life skills.
  4. To enhance classroom teaching, real life situations have to be integrated in young people’s daily lives. Effective and sustained learning is impossible if it is kept separate from family, work, play and community. Therefore what youngsters are taught must be relevant to their experiences in their families and communities.
  5. To get young people actively engaged in their own learning, there is need to find a dynamic and meaningful “point of contact”. These are activities, environments or people that help to build a connection with them and get them interested in learning. Example, dance and drama, songs, fund related activities, sports or music and arts.