Royal College Makindye

Solving unemployment using entrepreneurship education

An individual should set up his or her own income generating activity using the available scarce resources and get employed in it.

In Royal College Makindye, the Business Department started a business project where 30 students contributed 2,000 shillings each, totalling to 60,000 shillings as capital dealing in paper bag making to control the supply of polythene bags and its related effects on the environment. After two months the project made a profit of 20,000 shillings, members acquired entrepreneurial skills, provided market for community products like cassava flour, un used papers, employment to members in the community for example suppliers of papers.

Therefore one should solve unemployment using entrepreneurship skills.