22 May 2023
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Skilling Uganda’s youth for the fourth industrial revolution
- Ugandan youth risk being negatively affected by the fourth industrial revolution (4IR) if they lack the skills needed to participate in emerging labour market opportunities.
- Bridging the skills gap through upskilling and reskilling programs are vital to increase youth employability in the 4IR.
- To be part of the 4IR, young people need diverse expertise, including digital, socio-behavioural, analytical, and technical skills.
- Prioritising youth competencies for Uganda’s future economic growth requires targeted investing in foundational socio-behavioural education, analytical and technical training, and digital upskilling and reskilling programs.
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