Ministry of Education and Sports in partnership with the Worldbank is investing over 22 billion towards skills training for the Agricultural Sector in the country.
This investment is being made through the Uganda Skills Development Project (USDP) aiming at improving the sector and boosting the country’s economy.
The training is aimed keeping participants abreast of the latest trends in skills upgrading and fostering technological advancement.
Through this investment, the country will witness a revamp of the 100 year old Bukalasa Agricultural Institute, as well as construction of new Infrastructure at Sesefarm Insitute Kalangala, Rwentanga Farm Institute in Mbarara and Kaberamaido Technical and Vocational Institute.
Chimp reports learnt that the Education Permanent Secretary, Mr. Alex Kakooza will tommorrow morning sign contracts with the four agencies that will deliver these infrastructure at Embassy House, Kampala.