Our programs have directly impacted over 20 districts in Uganda, over 275 schools (primary, secondary and teacher training colleges), over 2,160 teachers and impacted over 310,000 youths using our training model.
We perform a variety of tasks in managing education and leadership as well as improving livelihoods.
We empower youth to become socially responsible citizens and great entrepreneurs through innovative education programmes designed by Future Upgrades Foundation, as a necessity to create change in the livelihood of communities especially in hard to reach areas in Uganda.
We document best practices, exchange information and experiences with member youth educational associations to form a collective voice for youth to influence policies and decisions at the sub county, district and national levels.
We construct innovative secondary schools that enable over 1000 youth in hard to reach communities to attend secondary school focusing on training and empowering students with innovative skills to be used as a measure to solve the problems their communities are facing, using the available resources.
Students are the utmost gift and also the greatest resources for the society.
We inspire, motivate and boost students’ attitude towards innovation with a growth mindset and encourage the creation of youth friendly entrepreneurship, and ecosystems that allow students ideas to flourish and create sustainable businesses.
We train students on ways to unlock their potential to innovate by influencing parents and teachers to respect student perspective in learning.
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We support, influence and train teachers through capacity building workshops to promote education that enhances capabilities of gainful employment and decent work through leadership skills building, competences, team work, mindset change and qualifications that are also relevant to the demands of a rapidly changing labor market and overall globalization trends. This makes them secure in the classroom and experience appropriate levels of autonomy or independence.
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This program aims at promoting inter-generational equity and strengthening economic and social policies that aim at eradicating poverty, and endeavoring to find synergy between economic growth by equipping youth with entrepreneurial-led vocational skills through mentoring and encouraging students to utilize practical and innovative skills for entrepreneurship and not to only study for certificates to look for jobs.
This focuses on equipping head teachers with basic leadership in education skills since in Uganda, there is no school for head teachers. They all graduate as teachers so, 90% of them do not work to their full potential due to lack of enough skills for the leadership role, and this hinders their productivity, and excellence. We organize workshops and coordinating center training to influence a sharper education leadership edge in Uganda.
We work with community members to identify out of school children, we meet them, and council them, influence, support and retain them in school through peer to peer support with our community support ambassadors.Here, we focus so much on the girl child.
We sponsor vulnerable orphan children education so that no child is left out.
We have partnered with 45 teacher training colleges, where we take part in Continuous Professional Development trainings on the addendum to the PTC curriculum focusing on training 21st century leadership and entrepreneurial skills to influence innovation and entrepreneurship in education.
Nearly 25% of employees voluntarily leave their jobs or lose zeal in doing their best at work due to lack of development, confidence, empowerment trainings and motivation.
We build a trans-formative learning culture at the work place, influence employee competence and confidence, to cultivate potential growth and peak performances with a growth mindset.