Support to the implementation of the skilling Uganda strategy
CHRIS AND YUDATA, TWO SKILLED WELDING EXPERTS LIVING THEIR DREAMS
ELIZABETH MUKONYEZI, THE DOUBLE EMPLOYED CATERER.
Enabel partners with Uganda’s leading telecommunications provider MTN to equip St. Daniel Comboni Polytechnic ICT Laboratory
HOPE FOR THE DISABLED YOUTH THROUGH SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
DREAMS OF FATHERS AND SONS
A WALK IN THE LIFE OF A SKILLED YOUTH
ACCIDENT- FREE ROADS NEED SKILLED DEFENSIVE DRIVERS
I HAVE MADE A STEP FORWARD!
SKILLS TRAINING HELPED ME AVOID PEER PRESSURE
HANDS OF FOOD
RAYS OF PASSION IN ART
I MADE THE RIGHT DECISION
AJUMA,THE FUTURE OF PULTRY BUSINESS
BEATING THE ODDS OF DISABILITY
Skills for a brighter future
MEET HARNICAH, UGANDA’S CHAMPION BRICKLAYER
No books here, only practical!
Brick by brick girls embrace construction trades
SDF GRANTEES SHARPENED TO EXCEL
“We really learn to work with our hands”
PPP IN SKILLS DEVELOPMENT: MAKING IT HAPPEN
SKILLS DEVELOPMENT FUND
Safety first! Why the Skills Development Fund supports defensive driving
Modern cooking and cleaning with the Skills Development Fund
AFRICA CODE WEEK 2017 - UGANDA
Involving master crafts persons for quality training
Making money from honey thanks to the Skills Development Fund
Skills Development Fund builds construction training
Skills Development Fund uplifts welding training
Skills Development Fund empowers women through bead-making
Next-level tailoring thanks to the Skills Development Fund
The icing on the cake: Skills Development Fund improves bakery training .
Teaching coding from Scratch
AFRICA CODE WEEK TRAINING OF TRAINERS
DIGITALIZATION FOR EDUCATION (D4E) - Piloting of a VR Skills Channel
WORK BASED LEARNING
The role of the private sector in skills development
"Our doors are open"
South to South exchange on private sector involvement in skills development
Ugandan First Lady believes in the importance of Skills Development
Upskilling the master crafts
Launch of the regional health and education office in Fort Portal
From the world of training to the world of work: Launch of the Skills Development Fund and the business plans of 5 partner institutions
Striving for better results: Support to Skilling Uganda’s Workshop on theory of change
Investing in skills development: providing a way forward to young people in Uganda
BTC Uganda and the Flemish Employment Service partner up: “We want to assist the Skilling Uganda project in becoming a success”
ITC-ILO Training on ‘management of training institutions’ encourages peer-to-peer learning and introduces lessons learned from around the globe.
Introducing: “Support to the implementation of the Skilling Uganda Strategy”-intervention