With many youth in the area faced with hardships ranging from school fees to inadequate formal school systems, early enrollment in the skills develop programme has created for them new opportunities.

Real Life Project Module is one of the course modules for NCBC designed to impact on skills needed in the labour market. The major aim of this action research was therefore to improve the performance of the Real Life Project module. The study purpose was to develop a tool that could be used to streamline the teaching and learning of Real Life Project.

MTN Foundation a corporate social responsibility (CSR) arm of MTN Uganda partnered with the Belgian development agency, Enabel and equipped St. Daniel Comboni Polytechnic, a vocational institute in Moroto with an ICT laboratory with a bid to equip students with the necessary ICT skills for the 21st Century job market.

In Summary
– Away from South Sudan, the refugees are determined to start a new life by learning new skills.