The new skills dilemma – the 4th revolution Series 2 of 2
So, we ended Series 1 last week asking what needed doing to stem the effects of the so-called 4th revolution. A revolution that is changing the manner in which labour is trained and deployed, the skills demand pattern, and how both kids and adults get skilled – read training be it at K-12, but even… Continue reading
Is Uganda’s education system – a poverty factory? Series 1 of 2
If it weren’t for the want of human socialisation and relationship building, parents in Uganda could educate their children at home using Google – Siri and Alexa digital assistants. What is the purpose of going to school daily in a digital era where you can get, in the comfort of your home, all the information… Continue reading
Are Sustainable Development Goals an answer to the NEETs challenge?
The Effectiveness Lab continues to harp on the subject of NEETs (not in education employment or training), and the challenge they pause for nation states, especially in Sub-Saharan Africa. In this NEETs discourse, education and learning and the policy agenda that accompanies them, have been front-and-centre concerns. In this particular blog, we look at NEETs… Continue reading
NEETs: Not in Education, Employment, or Training – Series 1 of 2
NEETs refers to young people who are ‘Not in Employment, Education, or Training‘. NEETs is a phenomenon the developed, developing, and underdeveloped countries are increasingly facing. NEETs’ pause for countries significant social and political risk – no country would like to have large sections of its youth out of a productive activity, be it education,… Continue reading
Apollo B. Gabazira is an Ugandan OD. junkie fascinated by matters that render organisations/individuals effective or not. He blogs on effective leadership and management. He is a devoted green-farmer and breeds the Ayrshire cow at Nakabugu, Luuka district, Uganda. Apollo is quite effective at what he chooses to do.