How do we get learners back to school?
The Ministry of Education has released details relating to how learners can return to class following the imposed restrictions caused by Covid-19.
In the interim there have been calls to ensure learners are appropriately skilled in the process. To help us appreciate this, NTV had Geoffrey Wakhakunyu, Executive Director Junior Achievement Uganda.
Watch the interview below.
About JA Uganda:
Junior Achievement (JA) is one of the largest global NGOs dedicated to addressing fundamental social and economic challenges of young people by educating and empowering them to transform their future and own their economic success.
Through the delivery of cutting-edge, experiential learning in financial literacy, work readiness, and entrepreneurship, we effectively broaden the canvas of possibility for young people and enrich their ability to both engage in their own economic development and contribute to the strength of their families, communities, and economies.
Junior Achievement Uganda (JA) is a non-profit organization established in 2008 in Uganda as a member nation of JA Worldwide operating mainly in schools & for the last 3 years, involving out of school youth impacting over 130000 learners with the JA flagship program—the JA Company Program to date.