Uganda

Wadhwani Foundation launched its two key Initiatives, ‘National Entrepreneurship Network’ and ‘Global Skills Network’ in East Africa in April of 2016. The goal is to strengthen the high growth entrepreneurship and skilling ecosystem in East Africa. This includes Kenya and the neighboring countries of Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda and Ethiopia.

Over the last decade, WF NEN has demonstrated a highly successful and replicable model that facilitates entrepreneurship and job creation through partnerships with colleges and universities, entrepreneur support organizations, and mentor and investor community in several countries. On the other hand, WF GSN focuses on enhancing the quality of teaching and training so that more students can be job-ready.

WF NEN in Uganda:

WF NEN develops the ecosystem for new entrepreneurs through supporting Entrepreneurship Education. It also facilitates the Startup & SME eco-system through furthering their access to knowledge, mentor and investor resources.

The scalable model of WF NEN, its resources and IP are contextualized for emerging economies and regions. WF NEN works in entrepreneurship in Kenya through its partnerships with relevant entities. It has signed a partnership MoU with the Universities in Uganda to support the introduction of entrepreneurship education to thousands of students. WF NEN is looking to expand its partnerships in Uganda and the region.[…]

WF GSN in Uganda:

Wadhwani Foundation launched its Skills Initiative, the Global Skills Network (GSN) in Uganda to support the development of a stronger and skilled workforce. WF GSN believes that skilling for sustainable entry level jobs is critical for the advancement of a strong workforce.

Wadhwani Foundation has signed MoUs with Luigi Giussani Institute of Higher Education (LGIHE) and Uganda Association of Private Vocation Institutions (UGAPRIVI) for vocational training of students through high-quality multi-media content to enhance their job-readiness.

WF GSN is also focusing on supporting the development of stronger vocational teachers who can improve the quality of training through use of modern learning tools including eContent.[…]

Partners

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Sr. Margaret Mutiso on her experience attending the Entrepreneurship Educator's Program

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Sr. Esther Kahinga on her experience attending the Entrepreneurship Educator's Program

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