Teaching Entrepreneurial Basics and Practical Skills in Uganda
What our Curriculum is about
EduGlobe has introduced an entrepreneurship based supplementary curriculum that teaches theoretical and practical lessons in a weekly rotation. Over the course of 3 terms during the school year, the students reinvest their profits and co-finance their secondary school education themselves. Besides bringing value to their communities with their products, they ensure that they can continue attending secondary school.
The theoretical lessons cover life- and personal skills,
where students learn to employ business basics such asprofit and loss calculations, marketing, leadership and
teamwork withintheir school enterprises.
Just the theory is too boring? Our students apply the theoretical content they have learned directly in practice. From procurement, production, and marketing to sales, our students take responsibility for their product idea.
3 terms - 1 program
Production Process live
In the practical teaching units, the students produce soap, snacks, and learn to sew. Later, they sell their products at local markets. With the profits, the students can support their families financially, pay off part of their school fees or purchase exam books.
Look below if you want to know exactly how the soap is produced.