Violette was born and raised in Uganda. For three years before joining graduate school, she taught youth in rural eastern and central Uganda social entrepreneurship and financial literacy in formal and informal institutions. She trained youth in planning and budgeting, carried out sensitizations and was involved designing and adapting of curriculums as well as carrying out trainer of trainers. Violette has designed and carried out baseline, midline surveys and also implemented household surveys for malaria prevalence in Malaria Consortium. She has started her own recycle-reuse project.
Hi Romano, Reading and following through your idea. I believe Kenya and so is Uganda very entrepreneurial, so any ideas to mentor young people as they grow their businesses to scale or mentor ship would be great by Australian students both for social and financial enterprises. Additionally creating an organic model where both the students can benefit from each others skills and local knowledge based on the field of expertise would be great.
Thank you; I will look at your idea. I totally buy in to virtual spaces as places of learning compared to physical meetings which may be a bit expensive.Is your idea part of the current challenge of creating youth opportunities, I should be able to see it. Otherwise how are you working out the evaluation part of your idea? Thanx Violette