7 Influential Young Women in Uganda Under 30 – 2020 Edition

According to a New Vision article, the participation of women in the work industry sets a direct path towards gender equality, poverty eradication, inclusive economic growth and sustainable development. Government efforts towards providing a conducive policy and legal environment aimed at promoting women’s participation and empowerment in the changing world of work are highly recognised.

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The “She” Word in Uganda’s Job Market

This article was originally published by Youth4policy. For years, Uganda has demonstrated commitment to gender equality through legal and constitutional means. This is in addition to various national policy and strategy documents. The most notable of these is the Women and Gender Development Policy of 2000 [i]and the National Strategy for Gender Development of 2008[ii]. Additionally, the National Gender

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Tackling Uganda’s employment challenge

Originally posted on Centre for Development Alternatives. This post is the third of a 3-part series on Uganda’s employment challenge. The creation of decent employment at scale must be Uganda’s number one priority. UBOS’ most reliable statistics tell us that large-scale underemployment and vulnerable employment in the informal sector affect the majority of labour force participants,

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8 Profitable Business Ideas for any Introvert

If you’re an introvert, chance is you’ve had jobs that you never quite enjoyed. You have several qualities which makes you independent-minded and thrive when you work alone. Understandably, you want to find an enjoyable career path that provides you satisfaction and comfort. As an introvert, you would prefer; work which doesn’t involve teams a business

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Millions of Young People Need Better Job Skills. Here’s How Businesses Can Help

Globalization, technology, expanding webs of trade and commerce, automation and the rise of artificial intelligence are changing labour markets at a rapid, uneven pace around the world. As a global community, we must ask ourselves: are we preparing the world’s young men and women for this changing world of work? Are they getting the education

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