Technical assistance, expertise and implementation
Teaching Agriculture Practically: Building Ugandan teachers’ capability to skill youth for agriculture
Teaching Agriculture Practically ensures that Uganda’s future agriculture teachers and instructors have the pedagogical and technical competencies as well as the necessary relations with key actors in the agriculture sector to deliver quality, relevant agricultural education and training. Through effective teaching, these teachers and instructors ensure that students gain the skills they need to start their own businesses, get a job or pursue higher studies in agriculture. The 2.56 million EUR initial commitment to the capacity development of the National Teachers Colleges Mubende and Unyama and National Instructors College Abilonino benefits 980 student-teachers and 249 student-instructors over the period 2019-2021.